The company sell it's own Linux-based version of the Nettop, a small-form factor, low-power desktop with Intel's Atom processor.
The social network fared much better than expected with 49 percent of revenue, or $882 million, gleaned from its mobile products.
Judge puts stop to company's motion to dismiss class-action suit regarding scanning of Gmail e-mails, says Wiretap Act is applicable.
Funny Or Die decides it must express its truth about the potential Comcast-Time Warner merger. The new Comcast tagline? "We don't give a f***."
The brochure accompanying the Chrome OS device won't appear on any late-night comedy shows, but Google did have a little fun with the usually dry warnings.
IV launches another lawsuit against Google-owned Motorola Mobility over patents, the latest in series of lawsuits in recent months.
The TV network says the satellite TV provider "deliberately failed to disclose" the AutoHop features during contract negotiations in 2011.
Intertrust, a company backed by Sony and Philips, says Apple needs to license its security patents.
Tiny desktop's price tag is far below the Eee Box and Dell Studio Hybrid. And that's not the cheapest PC Shuttle makes.
The Atom-powered all-in-one desktop is unlike anything else in its category. It will ship beginning in March.