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Optional Chrome OS Update Will Wipe All Local Data

02/18/2018, According to a recent discovery by security researchers, it seems that some Chromebooks that use a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) have a bug that allows hackers to brute-force their way into a Chromebook to obtain encrypted data. Thankfully the bug has...

Google’s Pixelbook Sleeve Is Now Available For $100

02/14/2018, Announced in October last year, Google’s Pixelbook is the company’s latest attempt at making its own Chromebook. It is a pretty sleek device and even comes with a Pixelbook Pen, which is basically a stylus that lets users interact with the device. For...


Google Assistant Being Prepared For Other Chromebooks

02/08/2018, You can’t use Google Assistant on a Chromebook unless you spend a lot of money on Google’s Pixelbook. The company launched this premium Chromebook last year and aside from the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, it was one of the few devices with native...

4K Chromebooks Could Be Coming Soon

02/08/2018, While Full HD 1080 displays are more or less the standard and the norm these days when it comes to laptops, we’re starting to see laptop makers push displays to even higher resolutions, offering 2K or even 4K options. However for the most part,...

First Chrome OS Tablet By Acer Possibly Revealed

01/28/2018, Google’s Chrome OS hasn’t made it to tablets as yet. Yes, it powers hybrid notebooks that can double as laptops and tablets, but we’ve yet to see a proper tablet running this cloud-based operating system. It appears that one may not be...

Dell Launches New Chromebook 5000 Series Laptops

01/25/2018, In case Dell’s laptop announcements at CES wasn’t enough for you, or if you were perhaps in the market for something different, then you might be interested to learn that Dell has recently announced the Chromebook 5000 series. In case the name...

Samsung’s New Chromebook Could Offer Native Video Recording

01/16/2018, Chromebooks are powered by Google’s cloud-based Chrome OS and they’ve been very well received particularly in the education sector. These machines are lightweight, nimble and not to mention cheap compared to conventional PCs. Despite all that...

Sideloading Apps On Chrome OS Might Get Easier Soon

01/14/2018, The procedure to sideload apps on Android-powered smartphones and tablets is simple enough. Just head over to the Settings menu and enable “Apps from Unknown Sources.” Unfortunately, it’s not as simple on Chrome OS. Users have to jump...

Google Lists Chromebooks That Are Vulnerable To Meltdown Bug

01/11/2018, Following a report from last week, it has been revealed that there are quite a few computers and mobile devices out there that are affected by a couple of vulnerabilities called Meltdown and Spectre. Some companies have since addressed the issue by fixing...

Chrome OS Will Soon Let Android Apps Run In The Background

12/28/2017, Recently Google has started to allow Android apps to be run on Chrome OS which means that Chromebook users now have access to more apps than before. However the only downside is that Android apps couldn’t run in the background, meaning that they are...

Chromebook Powered By Snapdragon 845 Could Be In The Works

12/21/2017, Recently the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset was officially announced at an event in Hawaii. It is safe to assume that the chipset is expected to find its way into many a flagship smartphone in 2018, like the LG G7 and Samsung Galaxy S9, but it seems that...

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...