All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
If you want one of the least expensive Web-browsing devices that feels like a laptop but is really a Chromebook, the Acer C7 is fine. But its limitations match its price.
If you're looking to get started in the world of Chrome OS, the Asus Chromebox is a very good starting point--so long as you don't mind bringing your own peripherals.
Chrome OS struggles with the delineation between apps and Web sites, even though they are fast growing together. Great for students and casual home use, the day is coming when it'll be competitive, but it's not yet a replacement for a more mature OS.
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The attractive, fairly priced Samsung Chromebox desktop turns Google's Web-based Chrome OS into a not entirely unreasonable option for certain low-cost PC shoppers.
With the demise of support for Windows XP, Google spied an opportunity for Chromebooks. Customers exposed to iOS and Android may now be more open to something besides just swapping in the latest Wintel laptop.
Chromebooks and Chromeboxes now will get software support for five years. This could make it easier for businesses and schools buy them.
Whether you own a Chromebook or not, right here is where you start learning how to use it.
Nvidia's latest Tegra K1 processor lands in a Chromebook, with the promise of good performance, solid battery life and a decent price, too. We took a look at one.
Want to try out the latest features on your Chromebook before the rest of the world? Of course you do!
For some, Chromebooks are made to be tinkered with, and developer mode is where one goes to do just that.