News on the latest Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices.
Toshiba appears to be preparing an update to its 13-inch Chromebook launched back in January, adding a Bay Trail processor and support for faster Wi-Fi.
The back-to-school season is well under way in the US, but which Chromebooks offers the best bang, battery or build quality for the proverbial buck?
Remember hearing Acer planned to launch its first Chrome OS PC? You didn't imagine it; today the computing giant has made the $180 device official.
Specifications for a $199 HP Stream laptop, touted by many in the press as a potential 'Chromebook Killer', have leaked online.
HP is quietly gearing up to unleash a third iteration of its 11-inch Chromebook, switching to an Intel processor and pitching itself to education.
When we heard that Nvidia and Acer were teaming up to work on something special we were excited — but we had no idea it would be this special.
HP has quietly launched a new bundle deal for its Celeron-based Chromebox PC in the US, one that undercuts the LG Chromebase all-in-one PC.
The first Chromebook from Canadian computer company HEXA Electronics has gone on sale priced at $295, featuring an 11.6" screen, Bay Trail CPU and 4GB RAM.
Both of Acer's powerful new Intel Core i3 Chromebooks are in stock and ready for shipping from retail giant Amazon in the US, priced from $349.99.
They've been teased, trailed and talked about for some time, but today Acer formally confirmed the existence of two brand new Chromebooks and, more surprisingly, its very first Chromebox.
It's taken a while to appear, but the 13-inch ASUS C300 Chromebook is now available to buy from Amazon in the US priced at $249 and with free shipping.
Could a new, dirt cheap ARM-powered Chromebook be in development? Based on a recent code drop to Chromium by MediaTek, it could well be.