Android tablets aren’t really in demand anymore due to the rise of phablets, and dating back to last year when rumors of Andromeda were in the air, many have wondered if Google’s web-based Chrome OS would replace Android as Google’s primary software for large touch screen devices. That could very well be the plan despite few wanting to keep Android tablets around (we’re looking at you Sony and Huawei). Demand has surely slowed for tablets, but the lack of good options [Read More]
As we were wrapping up our news coverage last week, an image surfaced of what appears to show a full-blown tablet running Google’s ChromeOS. This is our first glimpse at a functional ChromeOS-powered tablet.
NVIDIA was one of the first to take the stage at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. During the company’s press conference, ‘Big Format Gaming Displays’ were unveiled. These are essentially super large workstations capable of displaying games, various media and much more.
Little over a month ago, Google finally started rolling out Android apps for Chrome OS starting with the Asus Chromebook Flip. They also announced plans to support app compatibility for newer Chromebook models such as the Chromebook 11 and Pixel 2015. Early this week, Acer launched a new Chromebook model, the Chromebook R13. It may just be the first flagship model designed specifically for Android apps.
Looking to save before heading back to school? It’s still July, but Google has begun its ‘back to school’ sale. At the Google Store, you’ll find a variety of deals over a range of Google products including smartphones, wearables, chromebooks, and more.