The upcoming 15.6-inch Acer C910 may be the first Chromebook of its size to go on sale, but if a new report from Digitimes is correct, it won't be alone.
A convertible tablet Chromebook from Acer and new ODMs making devices — grab something waterproof as we dive into the latest Chromebook rumors.
More claims that new Chromebooks from Lenovo and ASUS are coming this year have surfaced online, this time suggesting they'll retail in the US at $149.
Lenovo is planning to launch super cheap Chromebooks in early 2015, the sometimes reliable Taiwanese tech site Digitimes reports.
Could even cheaper Chromebooks be on the way? According to the sometimes reliable Taipei-based tech site 'Digitimes', the answer is yes.
A second generation Chromecast is in the works, with documents pertaining to the device having recently passed through the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) in the US.
A brand new Google Play Music app for the desktop is coming soon and may not require Chrome, details in a recent Chromium issue tracker ticket suggests.
The US product page for the Toshiba Chromebook 2 references Android apps not yet available on Chrome OS — but is it an unsubtle leak or a misunderstanding?
A new 11.6-inch Samsung Chromebook model has begun appearing in the inventory of several leading American tech business resellers.
Is Google preparing a new Chromebook with wireless charging capabilities? A Chromium commit suggests that it could be a real possibility.
Two separate Bay Trail-based Toshiba Chromebooks are being prepared for a late fall launch, one featuring 4GB RAM and a full-HD (1920x1080) display.
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.