For quite a while now ChromebookHQ has been convinced that the Chrome OS revolution will take place. From Google’s announcement of the CR-48, the first Chromebook ever built that got a lot of flack for everything about it, all the way through the Samsung 5 550, the Google Pixel and up to the HP Chromebook(…)
You won’t hear Sony speak of it’s Chromebook aloud yet. But you can rest assured, it is coming soon and I bet you can’t wait to take a closer look at it. Which fortunately you can thanks to a series of documents outlining what Sony has in store for us with the Vaio VCC111 Chromebook,(…)
There are five Chromebook sources that are must reads and that you have got to know and follow if you’re even a little bit interested in the Chromebook and cloud computing. Their contributions help form and shape the Chromebook community, and maybe even help steer it. Here they are. Melissa Daniels Google Plus, Twitter Melissa(…)
Web apps are the future. Web applications accessed over a network such as the Internet or an intranet that bring added capability to your Chromebook or laptop. Thanks to the awesome capabilities of HTML5 it is now possible for web apps to have the same features that you’re only used to getting from heavy desktop(…)
To get a good idea of what a Chromebook really is you might think of it as a laptop that’s always online and has a browser as the only piece of software on it. A netbook or notebook completely build and optimized for the web, running on the Chrome operating system called Chrome OS.