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Chromebook tips and tricks: Getting the most out of your Chrome OS machine

Chromebook tips and tricks: Getting the most out of your Chrome OS machine

By 4 September 2014

Google announced in early May that it had an entirely new lineup of Intel-powered Chromebooks in the works from Lenovo, Asus, Dell, Acer, Toshiba, HP, and LG. They're all set to launch this year too, meaning there is bound to be a lot more Chrome OS users... >>

Chrome OS adds handy features: multi-user login, Settings window, and more

Chrome OS adds handy features: multi-user login, Settings window, and more

By 4 September 2014

Google has updated Chrome OS to version 37, adding a tonne of new features that'll make your Chromebook feel and look more like a full-fledged computer. The most notable new feature is support for multi-user login, meaning more than one user can now sign... >>

Google shows off Chrome OS redesign experiment, with windows stacked in card-like view

Google shows off Chrome OS redesign experiment, with windows stacked in card-like view

By 18 July 2014

Google is experimenting with a new version of its desktop OS, and parts of the interface looks completely different. In fact, it subtly resembles Android L. Following last month's introduction of Material Design, a part of the upcoming Android L release... >>

A week in reviews: 22 - 25 April

A week in reviews: 22 - 25 April

By 26 April 2014

After a long Easter bank holiday weekend we return not with chocolate eggs, but gaming goodies: for it's the week that we can talk about Watch Dogs once again. After a six month delay, has this open-world hacking epic been moulded into the title everyone... >>

Toshiba Chromebook review
3.5 out of 5

Toshiba Chromebook review

By 23 April 2014

Toshiba is the latest company to enter the Chromebook market with the aptly named Toshiba Chromebook. It's a larger device than most Chromebooks that have gone before it, offering a 13.3-inch screen in the familiar budget laptop format. Only the HP Pavilion... >>

Samsung Chromebook 2 unveiled with more power and leather wrapping

Samsung Chromebook 2 unveiled with more power and leather wrapping

By 3 March 2014

Samsung has announced a pair of new Series 2 Chromebooks, both featuring the faux leather made famous on its Galaxy Note 3 phablet. Both ditch the plastic feel of other Chromebooks on the market, hoping to give you something a bit more elegant. Samsung... >>

Samsung Chromebook 2 could be the next to get faux-leather

Samsung Chromebook 2 could be the next to get faux-leather

By 2 March 2014

Samsung will extend its faux-leather treatment past the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab series, to its Chromebook 2, if a photo from EvLeaks is to be believed.  The tipster posted a photo to his Twitter account Saturday that shows a Chrome symbol mixed... >>

HP falls in line with its own Chromebox, bringing colour to the Chrome OS world

HP falls in line with its own Chromebox, bringing colour to the Chrome OS world

By 6 February 2014

Hewlett-Packard has become the next company to announce a Chromebox, following Asus, Samsung and Dell. Available in spring 2014 in the US, HP's take on the small Chrome OS computer will be a colourful affair. It will launch in four colour options of... >>

Google Chromebox for meetings bundle takes on video conferencing in US for $999, expect UK version soon

Google Chromebox for meetings bundle takes on video conferencing in US for $999, expect UK version soon

By 6 February 2014

Google's just made the Chrome platform more diverse by introducing a Chromebox bundle for video conferencing. Called Chromebox for meetings, Gooogle's bundle is a conferencing system comprised an Asus Chromebox with an Intel Core i7 chip. It also has... >>

Hands-on: LG Chromebase review

Hands-on: LG Chromebase review

By 14 January 2014

We've seen plenty of Chromebook laptops now from different manufacturers teaming up with Google, but LG has announced the first desktop PC powered by Chrome OS, and Pocket-lint paid a visit to the company's stand at CES to check it out. Called the LG... >>