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Asus to release Google Chrome netbooks?

03/17/2011, Fans of Google’s Chrome OS might have a reason to rejoice soon. Asus, creators of some of the hottest selling netbooks around, has been rumored to be releasing new netbooks that run on Google’s Chrome OS. The rumored netbooks will come with...

Google updates Chrome OS beta

03/03/2011, Google has recently updated their Chrome OS beta to hit R10 release 0.10.156.46, and of course, with each new software update, there will be changes made – mostly for the better, although some of the changes are so subtle you won’t even...

Google gives out laptop for GDC attendees

03/01/2011, Google has been feeling generous yet again, and this time round, they have given out free laptops for Game Developers Conference attendees – at least to those who sat through Google’s sessions on Chrome. This is certainly a pleasant surprise,...

New Chrome extension blocks sites from Google’s search results

02/14/2011, Google intends to bring the fight against “content farms” right to your doorstep with  their latest Chrome extension. Just in case you’re not too sure what a content farm is, it is a website that has thousands of low-quality articles...

Google Chrome 9 hits the streets

02/06/2011, Google has just rolled out the latest version of Chrome, boasting support for multiple new features at the same time (that’s the least we can expect, right?). Google so far will not label Chrome with a version number, but we do know that the...

Google’s Cr-48 Chrome notebook now ships with cute stickers

01/25/2011, You might remember Google’s Cr-48 Chrome notebook from our review of it, and if you thought the notebook didn’t do enough to physically look different from the competition, you’ll be happy to hear this latest update. Apparently the notebook now...

Google pulls H.264 codec support from Chrome

01/12/2011, In a move that will be welcomed by many and cursed by just as many folks, Google has announced that it will be dropping support for the H.264 video codec in Chrome’s HTML5 component. Google’ already has its alternative WebM video-encoding technology...

OS X and Windows 7 arrive on Google’s Cr-48 Chrome notebook

01/02/2011, Considering that many units of Google’s Cr-48 Chrome notebook were handed out to developers out there to test drive the Chrome OS, it was inevitable that this would happen. We’re talking about reports that users have managed to get OS X and Windows 7...

Chrome for a Cause raises $1M in 5 days

12/23/2010, Users who participated in Google’s recent Chrome for a Cause extension should be happy to hear that more than 60 million tabs from December 15th to 19th were opened, effectively raising $1 million on behalf of Google’s partner charities....

Google Destroys Chrome Notebook To Prove A Point

12/09/2010, One of the benefits that Google is touting with its first Chrome-based notebook computer will be the use of cloud storage, so that you won’t have to keep your documents stored locally on your computer. The benefits of such a setup are obvious as...

Inventec to roll out 60,000 Chrome OS notebooks

12/08/2010, Inventec has been tasked to manufacture around 60,000 Chrome OS notebooks, where all of those will not make it to retail stores worldwide, but instead will be released to testers – yup, that’s how many testers Google will be...

Google Web Store Announced

12/07/2010, Google has just announced its Web Store, initially, it will be limited to apps running in Chrome and it will later be open to other browsers. Users will be able to buy apps with Google Check Out. As usual, when an app store is launched, selected...

Google Cr-48: The First Chrome OS Netbook

12/07/2010, Google has just announced an unbranded Google Cr-48 laptop, which is the symol for the chromium isotope on the periodic table. The device will be distributed through a Chrome OS Pilot Program, which is in public beta and users can apply for if interested....