Yesterday Engadget released a more complete list of the pricing details for the Samsung Series 5 and the Acer Chromebook devices in their various flavours. Each device comes in either wi-fi only or 3g and wi-fi versions. The Samsung Series 5 will come in two colours; white and black.
Hey all, there seems to have been a huge surge of downloads available on the internet for Google Chrome OS Beta. For those of you interested in trying it out, here is the download. I don’t know what the legality of this is due to the fact that Chrome will be free and is based on an open source Linux platform anyway. Just in case, only download and try this out at your own discretion.
This video was released in may this year but a lot of people hadn’t seen it yet.
For myself, I think Google Wave is the most amazing peace of software yet from google. We are all waiting for it with much anticipation. Just like any other piece of software only time will tell how great or aweful it may be. As for now all we have to go by are previews and leaks like the one below.
There has been much speculation as to when the new Chrome OS will be released. I thought I’d quickly announce to you guys that it seems as if we have a whole year toi wait until it’s released.
During one of the demo launch talks (Mountain View) the speaker said that they were going to release the demo a year before the launch…kinda like what MS did with windows 7.
This is an official video of the new Chrome OS and all it’s functions. It looks pretty sweet. It’s very simple and lightweight and great for netbooks. Personally though I think they made it a bit too simple. Some say it’s a “glorified web browser” or “google Chrome that just won’t minimize”. Whatever the case though it presents a big threat to MS and Ubuntu on the netbook arena. What are your first impressions?
These are supposed “leaked” Chrome OS screenshots. They surface about a month ago but if you hadn’t seen them then here you go!
By the way…check out the article I placed relating to the new official video preview of the upcoming ChromeOS. What do you guys think of it?
The New Google Chrome OS in action. This is a video that was released by Google a few days ago to highlight the main key features of the new operating system.
Google Wave is a new communication service previewed today at Google I/O. “A wave is equal parts conversation and document, where people can communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.” The service seems to combine Gmail and Google Docs into an interesting free-form workspace that could be used to write documents collaboratively, plan events, play …
Internet search giant Google has lifted the lid on its operating system, known as Chrome OS.
The free and open source system is initially aimed at low-cost netbooks and does away with many of the features of a traditional program.
All applications are designed to run in a web browser and all the user’s data is stored on Google’s servers.
Engineers from the firm said the first computers running the system would be available before the end of 2010.
“We are trying to offer a choice for users,” said Sundar Pichai, vice-president of product management, during an event at the firm’s headquarters in California.
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