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Samsung Chromebook Pro with a backlit keyboard is now available

Looking to buy a Chromebook with a backlit kebyoard? Samsung has your back, as the company quietly introduced a version of its Chromebook Pro with a backlit keyboard.

Android apps now support split-screen in Chrome OS’s tablet mode

The line between Chrome OS and Android has always been blurry, and that was even more the case when Android apps got support for...

Acer unveils two new affordable Chromebooks and a Chromebox for 2018

Present at the Bett Show in London, Acer unveiled two new affordable Chromebooks, as well as a Chromebox. The announcement came immediately after Lenovo...

Android 8.1 could allow SMS messages to be sent from a Chromebook

Sending text messages on the Chromebook is something we've heard about before but never materialized. Now the function has turned up in the Developer...

Samsung Chromebook Plus: The future of Chromebooks is now (Review)

The Samsung Chromebook Plus is one of the newer Chromebooks on the market and one of the first to feature the newest version of...

Could Chrome OS tablets with Android apps revive the dying tablet market?

A few days ago we told you that Google just confirmed all Chromebooks coming in 2017 and later will feature Android apps out of...

Chrome OS will play nice with the Play Store and Android Apps

Google has big plans for Chrome OS at Google I/O. The Play Store and Android apps will be compatible with Chrome OS. The Chromebook...

Opinion: Why Android O should be Oreo

Let me take you on a long, meandering journey that started almost a decade ago. Up until 2007, computing has largely been focussed on...

Lenovo N20P Chromebook Review

Tablets and laptops are getting closer with many notebooks now having touchscreens. Lenovo's new 11.6-inch N20P Chromebook is no exception. The Chromebook offers the...

Chrome OS Presser by Google and Intel Coming May 6

Google and Intel have announced a press event for May 6, to reveal their latest Chrome OS collaboration.  Intel is the primary chipset powering...

Samsung announces next-generation Chromebook 2 devices

Samsung have today announced the launch of their Chromebook 2 devices - a new lineup of laptop running Chrome OS, available in 11.6-inches and...

Dell introduces Chromebook 11, will be available in January

When tablets were introduced, experts predicted that soon tablet will replace laptop, but still today laptop/notebook is highly demanded, because it is the best...

Chrome OS getting Android 4.4 “OK Google” voice interaction

If you're running a Dev Channel version of Chrome OS you may want to update to the latest build. New to the OS is...

Google to Stream All of This Year’s I/O, Including Android Session, Online for Free

Google I/O may have sold out fast (59 minutes fast), but the Big G has decided to put the ENTIRE event online. They said it would include, "streaming of the keynotes, as in years past, as well as—new for 2011—the addition of sessions from Android and Chrome. We’ll also aim to post HD video recordings from sessions that are not livestreamed within 24 hours." Sounds great

“Android, Meet ChromeOS”

Though he warns that it's incomplete and should be left alone for now, ChromeOS hacker Hexxah seemed to acknowledge that he's working on an Android ROM for Google's Chrome OS laptop, the CR-48, providing the photographic evidence of Froyo you see above along with a few enticing words: "Android, meet ChromeOS." Not much more than that right now, but certainly enough to get excited about. If you're one of the lucky few who has received a CR-48 from Google, will you consider hacking Android onto it if/when it becomes possible to do so?

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20 charming cityscape wallpapers for your phone

Here are 20 amazing wallpapers that we've handpicked for your device, all around this week's theme of cityscape photography. Can you identify them all?

Google to host Android Dev summit this November, Pixel 3 incoming?

Google is bringing back its Android Dev summit this November. The last one was in 2015, and it was also hosted by the Computer History Museum.

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