We get an early hands on with a Pixelbook Go prototype, complete with pictures and specs, spoiling Google's laptop announcement too.
Head of the Google hardware division confirmed that the company exists the tablet business as the hardware division will focus solely on laptops.
With the demise of some big mobile tech projects in recent weeks, we're focusing on show on how they came to fall... to fail.
The company actually supposedly had a whole bunch of tablet and laptop projects down the pipeline when the staffing cuts took place.
If you want to get a first look at what Google has cooked up for the fall, you'll want to stay tuned to this page for all the announcements.
The rumored upcoming Google Pixelbook, or Google Pixel Slate, with the codename Nocturne, has popped up in benchmarks revealing some specs.
We may soon get fingerprint sensors and facial recognition in the future Chromebooks, maybe even as soon as the new Pixelbooks arrive
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.
It's just a freaking sleeve for a freaking Chromebook. Does it have to cost that much? Others are selling theirs at $50. Microfiber this and that, what's going on?
Testing has begun on all sorts of hardware including the Chrome OS-running Pixelbook. Ways to install Fuchsia have been found.