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Google allowing college students to borrow a Chromebook Free of Cost

It’s Back to School time, every student is getting back to their respective institutions and for the College students, Google is having something interesting to share. The company has recently unveiled its Chromebook Lending Library, which is a demo program offering Chrome OS powered Chromebooks to students for a few days. As long as Google…Read More…

Select Android apps can now be run on Google’s Chrome OS

The Android app compatibility on Google’s Chromebooks is a big step in the company’s plans to integrate its popular mobile and notebook operating systems. Back at Google I/O in June, the search giant announced that Chrome OS would be gaining the ability to run Android applications without any modifications. Now, Google has announced the first batch……Read More…

Chromebook Lending Library Offers Students At 12 U.S. College A Free Laptop To Borrow

 Google is teaming up with a dozen college campuses across the U.S. to provide access to free Chromebook notebooks to any student who wants one, in a system that lets them temporarily check out the laptops for late-night cram sessions or just finding the best animal GIFs on Imgur. The Google program features fun-colored café-style…Read More…

Evernote and Vine are the first Android Apps coming to Chrome OS

Back at Google I/O, the company announced that it plans to work with select set of developers to bring Android apps to Google Chrome OS, allowing users to access their favorite apps even from their Chromebooks. And now the search giant has announced the first set of Android apps which will be making their way…Read More…

First Chrome OS Native Android Apps Revealed

Every year Google shows off its software advancements at the I/O conference, 2014 was no different. Android was the highlight of this year’s conference but Google did take some time out to talk about Chrome OS. Its browser based operating system powers machines known as Chromebooks and Chromeboxes. Google revealed at I/O 2014 that soon it…Read More…

HP’s Chromebook-slaying Stream 14 Windows laptop goes official… at $300

The promise of a sub-$200 Chromebook rival with full Windows 8.1 and 14 inches of screen real estate always felt a little on the outlandish side of things, and as it turns out, it really was too sweet to be true. From market oddity bound to fail to dark horse to low-cost title challenger. It’s……Read More…

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Acer Chromebook 13 Review: A Battery That Almost Makes Up For Display Flaws

 Acer has a new Chromebook that’s looking for the crown among affordable, minimal laptops – The Chromebook 13, which boasts a 13-inch display as per its name, albeit with unique high-definition display options that set it apart from some of the competition. With HD screens and battery life that ranges between 11.5 and 13 hours…Read More…

Acer Chromebox CXI PC starts at just $179.99

Acer has today introduced its first Desktop PC running Google’s Chrome Operating System. Named as Acer Chromebox CXI, the device will go on sale next month with the price tag of $179.99. Talking about the specs, Chromebox CXI comes with Intel Celeron 2957U dual-core 1.4GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of Internal Storage and comes…Read More…

Samsung Chromebook 2 Review

The Chromebook fits between an iPad or Android tablet and a full-fledged laptop computer. While not quite as portable as a tablet, since it certainly can’t be used one handed, or with a table or at least a lap to rest it on, it does offer the potential for more functionality since it has a…Read More…

Google Is Bringing Android Apps To Chrome OS

If you’ve ever used a Chromebook or indeed, a Chrome tower, you’ll know that the software feels just a little bit too light. Sure, it’s fast, and if you’re heavily invested on Google products on the Web, then it’s awesome for your day-to-day needs, but…Read More…

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