Is 'Google+ Photos' is to be made into a standalone product free of any requirement to use Google's social networking service? That what some sources are claiming.
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.
Recent commits to the Chromium source code appear to show that Chrome developers are experimenting with support for the new reversible USB spec.
It's June which means that the collective attention of the internet is now deeply focused on trying to predict what Google will reveal at the annual I/O developer conference.
A pair of screenshots alleged to be taken from Android 'L', the next major release of Google's mobile operating system, have surfaced online.
Might an all new ARM based Chrome OS device be in the offing? Based on a recent commit made to the Chromium source code, yes.
Google and Intel are to hold a press event next week to highlight their latest collaboration involving Chrome OS — but precisely what remains unknown.
Chrome OS could be about to face some competition from its bigger brother Android, based on the discovery of a promotional video for a new laptop from HP.
Is Acer to announce a Chrome OS tablet? Their upcoming press event on April 29 will see the company reveal more under the slogan 'A Touch More Connected'.
If you're living down under you'll want to circle May 7 on your calendar — this is the date when the Google Chromecast is set to hit Australia.
Digitimes, the oracle of technology future, has spoken: more all-in-one Chrome OS PCs are on the way, this time from Samsung and HP.
Is a leather-clad Samsung Chromebook in the offing? Based on a recently leaked image from a reliable source, the answer is a firm "yes".