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Cr-48's Chrome OS Easter egg: Blue screen of snark

Brad Wells has found the little joke Google programmers hid in the prototype laptop for Chrome OS, the company's browser-based operating system.

By June 6, 2011

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Introducing: Google's Cr-48 laptop (photos)

Google's new operating system will first be distributed on laptops similar to the company's prototype Cr-48. Take a look at what the limited-edition laptop offers in this slideshow.

7 Images By December 10, 2010

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Google's Cr-48 and a MacBook side by side (photos)

See how the prototype Google Cr-48 notebook matches up to a 13-inch MacBook circa 2007.

4 Images By December 10, 2010

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Friday Poll: What else should Google Cr-48 have?

We know the search giant's Chrome OS laptop is less than a week old, but from what you've seen and read of it so far, what would it need to look like to capture your interest?

By December 10, 2010

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Google Chrome Cr-48

Seth Rosenblatt unboxes Google's first laptop, which features the new Chrome operating system.

By December 9, 2010

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My Google Cr-48 has arrived: First impressions

ZDNet's Larry Dignan just got his Google Cr-48 and couldn't resist firing it up and taking it through the paces. Here's his early take on the computer.

By December 9, 2010

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Google's Cr-48 Chrome OS laptop

Check out the new Google Cr-48 Chrome OS laptop from every angle.

10 Images By December 7, 2010

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Google Cr-48 Chrome hardware pilot program: 'Not for the faint of heart'

Want to get your hands on one of those Chrome OS laptops demoed by Google today? Google's running a pilot program for the new hardware, and you can sign up.

By December 7, 2010

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​Google extends Intel love affair with new Bay Trail Chromebooks

A new slate of Chrome OS-powered laptops and all-in-ones top off Google's spring Chromebook lineup, most of which will be powered by Intel's power-sipping Bay Trail chips.

By May 6, 2014

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Hate Chrome hiding Web addresses? It may be the future

Some loathe Google's test to see whether it's better to hide the gory details of Web addresses by default. But that move could actually be a sensible shift.

By May 2, 2014