Google's new Chromebook computers could prove costly to the company's business as users move away from the Web to a dependence on mobile apps.
Everyone wants what Microsoft's got, namely control of the most widely used computing platform. Or, more accurately, everyone wants the billions and billions of...
Google's OS doesn't have any locally installed apps like a word processor or spreadsheet manager but that doesn't mean it's useless without Wi-Fi or cellular data connectivity.
It's not clear whether the new Chromebooks will be able to woo you away from your desktop and into the cloud, but if you're thinking about buying one of the devices, here's a breakdown of everything you need to know.
Samsung's NC110 netbook is stylish and ergonomically sound, but it's a slow performer out of the box.
Chromebooks running Google's Chrome OS will deliver a Web-centric mobile computing experience that seeks to replace your old laptop.
The monthly fee will provide students with a laptop loaded with Chrome OS as well as access to 'online services,' according to a report.
Survey results from Nielsen show that users are abandoning desktops, laptops, ereaders, and portable music players in favor of their tablets.