Today Google released their latest build of Chrome OS, bumping it up to version 0.10.156.1. The new build aims to fix a plethora of issues (that you can read more about here). According to a blog post by a Google employee (Jason Kersey), this update should be available to all those who are using their Chrome notebook in Dev mode.
As Google begins to roll out it’s new shipments of CR-48 Chrome notebooks they are also embarking on a rather ambitious PR campaign. Today we received an email from LucidChart letting us know that Google has partnered with them (along with a number of select Web Apps) in what promises to be the biggest CR-48 give-away contest yet:
At last Google’s CR-48 Chrome Notebooks are now shipping! In an article we published last week we referenced a tweet by Sundar Pichai which revealed that more shipments would be made before month end
Engadget recently revealed what they believe to be the 3D graphics chip that will power Chrome OS devices this summer. IT seems like the new chipset will feature a dual core (Cortex-A9) chip and will clock at 1.2ghz
Ever reach into your coat pocket and find $20? Whenever that happens to me I feel like I just found a little treasure. It’s a cup of coffee, lunch and a car wash. But when I was a kid, it was a stack of new comic books.
News just is: As Google released their Q4 financial figures today it was also announced that Eric Schmidt will be replaced by Google Co-founder Larry Page as CEO of the Internet giant. Yes…this is no less than a huge surprise that no one saw coming.
If there is one thing the Google ChromeOS Cr-48 doesn’t do, that most think it should, it’s run streaming video from Netflix. I’ve never seen this as a big problem, but I know there are lots of people that want to watch video on their computers. The Cr-48 can handle running streaming video from Hulu and I was able to …
Over the the last few weeks thousands of lucky CR-48 owners around the USA have had a chance to play around with Google’s Chrome OS Beta. Yet on the other hand a lot of ‘international’ Google fans have been left out in the cold and are still anticipating the possible extension of the program beyond the USA.
Sergey Glazunov, the first ever person to receive a reward for reporting a bug in Google’s Chrome Browser has done it again; but this time he’s brocken the record by recieving Google’s highest award yet. Sergey scooped the ‘elite’ award of $3,133.7 for what Google described as a “Critical Risk” in the current version of their browser:
Been a month since UPS dropped off Santa Google’s gift to me. How is now different from my early impressions posting? Mostly more of the same on a daily use level, but the ‘scene’ surrounding Chrome OS has gotten more interesting.
Motorola announced the “Atrix” a smart phone that’s being called a true “Nirvana Phone.” For ChromeOS fans this phone could be the harbinger of doom for ChromeOS netbooks or tablets.
CES 2011 has turned out to be a disappointment for many people around the world who are eagerly awaiting the release of Chrome OS powered netbooks this year. It was widely expected that at least some form of prototype devices would be showcased by Google’s partners at this year’s event but it seems like Google chose to focus it’s efforts on the Android platform.