PCWorld Editor Ed Albro takes a fresh-out-of-the-box look at the Google CR-48, the first laptop to run Google Chrome OS.
BuyDig.com has the Toshiba Mini netbook on sale for $317, for a limited time.
Google’s first notebook computer -- sleek, black and unbranded -- has arrived. Let's take a tour of its specs and features.
Google is looking for people who "live on the Web" to test drive the Cr-48 netbook running its Chrome operating system. That could mean you.
Google's Chrome OS is moving closer to reality, but Windows is still in command of the netbook market.
Sure, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, but that doesn't mean a lot of stores aren't still deeply discounting laptops, netbooks, and desktops.
Do the Chrome OS and the Chromebook stand a chance? Here are three omens of certain failure -- and three reasons it can succeed.
A look at what you can expect from the Chrome OS and Google-branded netbooks expected to be unveiled at a media event on Tuesday.
Lab tests prove many Windows 7 laptops offer better performance than the 2010 MacBook Air for the same price.