With Chrome OS coming out soon and a tablet version in the works, here are some of the things I’d like to see make the cut. Granted, most of these things likely wouldn’t be seen on a low-price tablet, they’re nevertheless things that should be offered on some models. 4G and WiFi – Connection is everything to the Chrome OS …
With the recent statements from Google on the future release of the Chrome OS on tablets in the future, there has been many a healthy debate on the future of the two projects. The Chrome OS vs. Android discussion has been going on for quite some time but with tablets it will be the first time they actually share markets. …
A Chrome OS Touch version received more confirmations today with some information. Recent changes to the code within the project include the following: A user-agent string for “websites that are already customizing for tablet experiences” .Included here is the naming convention for further Touch adjustments to go from ‘CrOS’ to ‘CrOS Touch’. A new-tab page built specifically for Touch, with …
Rumours are rife once more regarding Acer’s perceived intentions of releasing a Chrome OS powered device soon.
Acer has just gone ahead and burst or bubble. In recently we published what we believed to be a “leak” regarding Acer showcasing a set of Chrome OS devices at Computex; it turns out this wasn’t true.
Synaptics Inc has released it’s ‘ Synaptics Data Suite’ for Linux based Operating systems. This will be the first time that the open source world will get a hand at multi-touch gestures that are now standards on most Apple and Windows computers, mobile phones and tablets.
This week Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt spoke at the Atmosphere Cloud Computing Summit. He answered various questions regarding the direction that Google was taking as a company; but more notably he spoke at length about Google’s upcoming operating system (Chrome OS).
Recently presented to you the leaked photos and videos that were released on Google’s blog as concepts for a future tablet device.
Well, HP made a resounding statement a few days ago by releasing a video advert flaunting the features of it’s upcoming Slate device.
Google has said that its upcoming Chrome operating system is designed primarily for netbooks at launch. And that makes sense, since it’s basically an OS built around a web browser.
Yes! Google has released a concept video of what their new OS may look like/how it will function on a Tablet Device! This seems to put finallity to the arguement; yes…Google will support touch!
Apple launched it’s so called ‘Ipad’ Today….what kind of name is that? Some say they named it after a dollar store tampon! Never the less Apple thinks it hit the nail on the head with this one. They are comparing the innovations in Ipad to the great quantum leaps made by Iphone when it was first launched.