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- 07/12/18--14:46: _Lilbits 319: Chrome...
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- 08/02/18--07:28: _Acer Chromebook 13,...
- 08/06/18--09:20: _Installing Linux ap...
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- 08/13/18--07:18: _Would you dual boot...
- 08/27/18--09:25: _Maybe we’ll see AMD...
- 08/28/18--10:50: _Google ends support...
- 08/28/18--22:01: _Dell Inspiron Chrom...
- 08/29/18--02:30: _Acer Chromebook 514...
- 08/30/18--12:18: _Lenovo introduces i...
- 09/11/18--07:30: _Chrome OS gets nati...
- 09/18/18--12:30: _Chrome OS 69 stable...
- 10/08/18--06:00: _HP launches Chromeb...
- 10/08/18--12:00: _Asus unveils 14 inc...
- 10/09/18--07:27: _15.6 inch Lenovo Yo...
- 10/15/18--12:34: _CTL launches a Core...
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- 07/12/18--14:46: Lilbits 319: Chrome gets more secure, uses more RAM
- 07/13/18--13:45: Acer Chromebook Tab 10 Review
- 08/10/18--16:03: Lilbits 326: Google announcements, Google leaks
- 08/13/18--07:18: Would you dual boot Windows on a Chromebook if you could?
- 08/27/18--09:25: Maybe we’ll see AMD Chromebooks this year… or next year?
- 08/28/18--10:50: Google ends support for the original Chromebook Pixel
- 08/28/18--22:01: Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 2-in-1 is a convertible with pen
- 08/29/18--02:30: Acer Chromebook 514 coming in October for $350
- 08/30/18--12:18: Lenovo introduces introduces two new budget Chromebooks
- 10/08/18--06:00: HP launches Chromebook x360 14 for $599 and up
- 10/08/18--12:00: Asus unveils 14 inch Chromebook C423
- 10/09/18--07:27: 15.6 inch Lenovo Yoga Chromebook goes up for pre-order
- 10/15/18--12:34: CTL launches a Core i7-powered Chromebox for $599
- 10/22/18--08:33: Asus introduces its first 15 inch Chromebook
Google’s Chrome web browser has always been something of a memory hog, which is to be expected from an application that runs a new process for each browser tab. Now Google has introduced something called “site isolation,” which means that not only does each tab have its own process, but each process can also now […]
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The Acer Chromebook Tab 10 is the first Chrome OS tablet to ship without a keyboard. It has a 9.7 inch, 2048 x 1536 pixel touchscreen display, a pen that tucks away into a slot in the side of the tablet when you’re not using it, and a version of Google’s Chrome operating system that’s […]
Google’s Chrome OS is designed to be a relatively secure, simple operating system that’s easy to use and hard to mess up. But you can run stable channel, beta channel, or dev channel software on any Chromebook depending on whether you want the safest experience or buggy, bleeding-edge features. There’s also an option called Developer […]
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Google has been working on a new operating system called Fuchsia for a few years. That’s not a huge surprise. The company has been posting source code online for a while, and outsiders have been digging into it to see what makes Fuchsia tick. But it’s never been entirely clear just what Google plans to […]
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Chromebooks are continuing to shed their “cheap” laptop image. These days they’re just laptops… or sometimes tablets. Like competing Windows or macOS/iOS devices, they come in a range of sizes, shapes, and price ranges. And Acer’s new Chromebook 13 and Chromebook Spin 13 are definitely premium devices. First unveiled in May, Acer has now announced […]
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You can already run some Linux applications on some Chromebooks thanks to Google’s Project Crostini software. But as I noted when testing Crostini on the Acer Chromebook Tab 10 last month, the feature is still very much a work in progress. For now it’s not available if you’re using the stable channel version of Chrome […]
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Google released a pretty major update for Chrome OS today, and the company has started certifying “YouTube Signature” devices for smartphones that will provide an optimal experience. But most of the big Google-related news today comes from leaks. We’ve got the best look yet at the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL (unless it’s all part […]
When Google first launched Chrome OS, it was basically an operating system built to support a single app: the Chrome web browser. The idea was that you could use Chrome to access thousands of web apps and millions of websites… but early Chromebooks were often criticized for being virtually useless if you didn’t have an […]
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It’s been almost two years since evidence first showed up that computer makers and software developers were testing Chrome OS on hardware featuring AMD processors. Since then… nobody’s actually released an AMD-powered Chromebook. There are plenty of Chromebooks with Intel processors, and a handful with ARM-based chips from Rockchip or MediaTek. We may even see models […]
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Google offers at least 5 years of support for every Chromebook, which means that users should get regular security and feature updates for half a decade (the clock starts ticking the day a Chromebook is released, not the day you buy it). Compared with Android smartphones, that looks pretty good. Compared to Windows computers? Not […]
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The Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 2-in-1 features a 1920 x 1080 pixel IPS touchscreen display, a 360-degree hinge that lets you use the computer in tablet, tent, stand, and laptop modes, and a Wacom EMR pen for pressure-sensitive input. The pen tucks away in a slot in the bottom of the computer when you’re not […]
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The Acer Chromebook 514 is a laptop with a 14 inch full HD IPS display, a backlit keyboard, a Corning Gorilla Glass-covered touchpad, and USB 3.1 Type-C ports. In other words, it has some premium features by Chromebook standards, but it’s still relatively cheap by laptop standards. Prices are expected to start around $350 when […]
The new Yoga Chromebook may be Lenovo’s new top-of-the-line Chrome OS laptop. But the company also has a few new models for budget laptop shoppers. The Lenovo S330 Chromebook is a 14 inch laptop with a starting price of $250 and Lenovo C330 Chromebook is an 11.6 inch convertible tablet-style laptop price at $280 and up. […]
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Google is adding a new feature to Chrome OS that’ll make it a little easier to use a Chromebook on the same home or work network as computers running Windows, macOS, or Linux. According to Google’s François Beaufort, the latest Chrome OS Canary build includes native support for network file shares such as Samba. That should […]
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Google releases new builds of Chrome OS all the time, but some releases are bigger than others… and Chrome OS 69 is kind of a doozy. Among other things, it brings a new user interface for tablets, an updated Files app that makes it easier to access files used by Android apps, voice recognition and […]
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Chromebooks have been shedding their reputation as cheap, low-power devices for the past few years. While some models certainly qualify, PC makers have also been following Google’s lead by bringing premium Chromebooks to the market. The latest example? The new HP Chromebook x360 14 features a full HD touchscreen display, up to an Intel Core […]
Asus has quietly added a new 14 inch Chromebook to its lineup. The Asus Chromebcook C423 supports up to a 1080p touchscreen display, up to 8GB of RAM, up to 64GB of storage and up to an Intel Pentium N4200 quad-core processor. There’s no word on the price or release date yet, but you can […]
The Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630 is a notebook with a 15.6 inch toucshcreen display, a 360-degree hinge, Google’s Chrome operating system, and support for up to a Core i5-8250U processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of eMMC storage. First unveiled in August, the Yoga Chromebook C630 is listed as “coming soon” […]
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CTL’s latest Chromebox is a small desktop computer that features the kind of hardware you’d expect to find in a pretty good portable notebook. Starting in November, the company will offer a version of the CTL Chromebox CBx1 with an Intel Core i7-8550U quad-core processor for $599. For that price you get a computer with […]
Lenovo’s 15.6 inch convertible Chromebook with a Core i5-8250U processor is now available for purchase. Acer’s been offering 15.6 Chromebooks for years. And now Asus is getting in on the action. After introducing the 14 inch Asus Chromebook C423 earlier this month, the company has added a page for a new 15.6 inch model to […]