Microsoft is reportedly experimenting with a free version of Windows 8.1 called 'Windows 8.1 with Bing'.
It's no secret that ASUS plan to enter the Chromebook market this year. In fact, we've reported on it several times. What is secret is the form their Chrome OS portables will take.
Samsung will halt production of Windows notebooks in 2015 to focus entirely on Chromebooks, a new report has claimed.
Powerful new Chromebooks are in the offing, with models based on Nvidia's latest Tegra 4 chipset and Intel's "Bay Trail" CPUs reportedly under development.
Not content with cornering the 14" Chromebooks market, it seems PC makers HP are prepping a smaller, lighter 11" variant.
We've heard that a 'packaged app' version of Google Play Music is being trialled by Chrome devs, offering local music playback and music purchases.
Analysts are predicting that sales of Chromebooks, powered by Google's Chrome OS, will rise by as much as 200% in the latter half of this year.
A new device that will allow smartphones, tablets and computers running Chrome to wirelessly stream content on a TV is reportedly on in development by Google.
Google is to unveil a music streaming service at today's I/O event, rumours suggest.
Another leading industry analyst has predicted that Google and other hardware vendors will launch Android powered laptops - so-called 'Androidbook's' - later this year.
ASUS and Acer are gearing up to launch new Chromebooks later this year, according to industry sources.
Samsung's Series 3 Chromebook - aka 'The ARM One' - is rumoured to be getting a refresh later this spring, if recent commits to the Chromium code-base are any indication...