We may soon get fingerprint sensors and facial recognition in the future Chromebooks, maybe even as soon as the new Pixelbooks arrive
Laptops from Acer, ASUS and Lenovo and a quintet of phones from the well-meaning to the overachieving. You know it's a trade show out there.
IFA 2018 has pulled out a trainload of computers from many manufacturers, but Lenovo's got its own spin and twist that only Yoga can provide.
The Taiwanese tech company's IFA press conference brought in a mad dash of laptops from Windows to Chrome OS and a mixed reality headset.
Engineers have been working overtime to make this feature as universal as possible for Chromebooks that have the space for a Windows 10 ROM.
Picture and Video quality might be greatly improved in the Pixelbook and future Chromebooks thanks to the Google Camera app
If you're checking this out on Monday morning, there are a couple of deals to look out for from the start of Prime Day and a bunch of giveaways, too.
That's $719. If you're a student, it can cost less than $650. But you're going to have to do some research, march into a store and call for a price check.
How would you like to run both Chrome OS and Windows 10 on Google's ultra-high-end Pixelbook... officially? Believe it or not, it could happen soon.
The Chromebook x2 was actually first announced in April. Pre-orders began last month. Shipments weren't even supposed to begin before June.
After bringing the world the first Chrome OS tablet not that long ago, Acer goes back to expanding its already rich Chromeboook laptop portfolio with new 13 and 15-inch configuration.
The US government has blocked ZTE from sourcing anything from American companies while Apple's CEO says Macs and iPads on their own are the best at what they do. All on our show this week!
Chrome OS developers are working on an alternative OS picker interface for the Pixelbook. What alternatives do user have? Someone said Windows in here.
Well, it's a Chromebook in name so far, since it's at least running Chrome OS for certain. It's also said to be running on the same logics as the Pixelbook.
On this week's show: Huawei, Xiaomi, Apple and Acer have new hardware, Facebook has newly-revealed problems around the same old concerns and notches, people, notches, what more do you want?
Acer is taking Chrome OS to a tablet, but forgot to leave the word "book" behind in naming this product. It's targeted for education.
Windows 10 S has never been truly recognized by market metrics. Perhaps it never need be thanks to a shift in strategy for the OS targeting Chromebook users.
Technically unveiled a little while ago, the Chrome OS-powered Lenovo 500e, 300e and 100e are brought back into the limelight at MWC 2018 for their commercial releases.
Those needing a university upgrade can get a maximum of $255 off of a top-end Pixelbook — that's with an Intel Core i7 processor.
This feature isn't going to be on a stable build of Chrome OS for a good bit, but adventurous Chromebook owners can try it out right now.
One of these companies has been taken to the wringer by the US government and itself. The other loses an executive, a sad yearly tradition. We discuss both on our show!
Acer is apparently preparing to release the world's first Chrome OS tablet, and... that's all we know for sure.
Priced at $289 and up, the all new Dell Chromebook 5000 Series includes convertible and World Facing Camera options, as well as USB Type-C and pen support.