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All posts tagged "google chrome"

  • HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook arrives with a large screen and a small battery

    Hewlett-Packard (HP) has just stifled the rumours by releasing the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook, its first Chrome OS laptop. Is it big news? Yeah well sort of… it could be… it should be… if it were not for a joke of a battery. According to the Google Chrome Blog, the only real change from what is already available in the Samsung, Acer, and Lenovo Chromebooks, is the larger screen, sporting a LED-backlit 14-inch...

  • Google set to manufacture its own tablet with Chrome OS

    According to the Chinese Commercial Times (translated), Google could launch itself into the tablet market as early as the first quarter of 2013. Many pundits have spoken about this before, and now after the search engine giant acquired Motorola Mobility (MMI) the steps seem to be confirmed. After the flop that was the first Chromebook, Google will need to be careful of its plans. Apart from trying to make it in the market, it will have to contend with possible patent infringement as well, as Apple and Samsung step up their patent infringement war. Over the last year the online mobile...

  • Google Chrome search app available for Windows RT, download now

    A Windows 8 Chrome search app is now available for Windows RT, says Google. Good news for all those Surface owners looking for a more “complete” web browsing experience. The app can be downloaded from the link above. Microsoft’s search engine, Bing has gained some decent traction among Internet Explorer users. But many users have found it difficult to match the ease of use when compared to Google Chrome. Google has also released a short video entitled “Get your Google back” to demonstrate to users how quickly and easily the new Live Tile integration takes to download. Just because this latest...