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Chrome OS Notifications Will Support In-Line Message Replies Soon

11/20/2017, You know how you’re able to reply to a message notification on Android in-line? Soon, you’ll be able to do this on Chrome OS-powered devices as well. Google has made a lot of changes recently to its cloud-based OS for Android apps. In order to...

Google’s Pixelbook Pen Will Require AAAA Batteries

10/05/2017, Google recently launched a new Chrome OS laptop in the form of the Pixelbook. In a way this laptop seems to be positioned to compete against Apple’s MacBooks as well as Microsoft’s Surface tablets, with one of the features being an accompanying stylus...

Google’s ‘Pixelbook’ Laptop With Pixelbook Pen Stylus Leaked

09/19/2017, It has been a few years since Google launched their Chromebook Pixel laptops and according to a rumor from last year, the Chromebook Pixel 2 was reportedly cancelled. It turns out the rumors were partially right because while the Chromebook Pixel 2 might...

Google Launches Chrome Enterprise Subscription For Businesses

08/22/2017, Google’s products and services cater to different users and needs, ranging from regular consumers and also to enterprises who might need slightly more powerful tools and services to help better manage their company and their activities. Now it looks...

Chrome OS Could Soon Allow Note Taking From The Lock Screen

07/21/2017, Shortcuts are immensely useful, especially for actions that you do frequently. A good example would be how iOS and Android offer users a shortcut for launching the camera app directly from the lock screen, thus saving users time from unlocking their phone...

Google Testing Chrome OS Night Light Feature

06/27/2017, Back in May, it was reported that Google could be working on bringing a night mode feature to its Chrome OS platform. It looks like those reports were true because in a post on Google+ by François Beaufort, it has been confirmed that Google is currently...

Samsung’s Chromebook Pro Will Be Released May 28

05/18/2017, Earlier this year at CES 2017, Samsung took the wraps off two new Chromebooks in the form of the Chromebook Plus and the Chromebook Pro. The former was made available for purchase in February, but the latter was still MIA, although the good news is that...

Chrome OS Could Be Getting A Night Mode

05/15/2017, Dark mode/themes aren’t exactly new but it seems that it has taken companies quite a while to implement them into their apps. For example it wasn’t too long ago that Twitter introduced a Night Mode to its mobile app, and for a while YouTube was also...

Google I/O 2017: What to Expect

05/12/2017, So far every year for the past few years without fail Google has hosted its annual Google I/O event, and this year the company is back with the 2017 version. Just like Microsoft’s BUILD conferences or Apple’s WWDC, Google I/O is mostly about software...

Lenovo’s Chrome OS Yoga Book Might Have Been Cancelled

04/06/2017, Lenovo launched the Yoga Book back in 2016 where it was available with either Android or Windows 10 as the operating system of choice. However it later confirmed that Lenovo would be launching a Chrome OS version of the Yoga Book that would be released...

Samsung Chromebook Plus Now Available From Google Store

02/24/2017, Back in January during CES 2017, Samsung announced a new laptop in the form of the Chromebook Pro. Then earlier this month the laptop was finally available for purchase, but if for whatever reason you prefer making your purchases from the Google Store,...

Chrome OS Will Be Coming To More Form Factors

01/24/2017, As it stands, Google’s Chrome OS largely exists on laptops, although more recently some OEMs have opted to give them the hybrid treatment where they can double up as a laptop or be folded into a tablet. However it seems that’s not where Google’s...

Chromebooks Launched In 2017 Onwards Will Support Android Apps

01/23/2017, The idea of Chromebooks running Android apps isn’t new, and in fact last year a few OEMs started to include support for it in their devices. It’s not much but we guess it’s a start, although the good news is that starting in 2017 and onwards, all...