Tag Archive for Chrome OS

A detachable Chromebook with a backlit keyboard (unlike HP’s Chromebook X2) is on the way

A number of great looking Chromebooks are seemingly on the horizon. First of all, there’s cheza which looks to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, the first of its kind. Then there’s an AMD APU-powered Chromebook too, which would mean that gaming could soon become a reality on Chrome OS. Combine that with likely Linux application…

Upgraded Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 with LTE and more powerful CPU coming

A recent change in Coreboot repository suggests that Samsung is joining the race to release an always-connected Chromebook. The commit shows the introduction of a new SKU of Nautilus (the codename for the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2). This variant has configuration changes that specifically mention LTE support. To add a bit of context – LTE-enabled Chromebooks…

[Update: Official] Android Messages for desktop browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox, and more is going live

Back in February, we reported that Google’s default text messaging/RCS client for Android, Android Messages, would be accessible over desktop web browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and more. Then in April, we reported that work on the Android app was complete as the setup process for the desktop integration…