Linux was touted as the desktop of the future, but it never succeeded in meeting the needs of average users.
Google’s Chromebook platform appears to be getting traction in its retail sales.
Occasionally, a company will release an awesome product that you really want to like. The saddest part of a journalist’s job can be having to explain why it’s unnecessary.
With its new Chromebook Pixel, Google is directly challenging traditional computer makers with a high-end, $1,300+ laptop.
Larry Page has been telling his teams to start making beautiful products that people can fall in love with. Apparently the message is getting through.
There’s no smoking gun, but there’s subtle yet compelling evidence that this thing is for real.
What does it mean for the future of Windows and PCs when the world’s largest PC manufacturer jumps into the Chromebook market?
Two hundred bucks gets you a lot of laptop. But will it be enough to convince mom-and-pop users to dump Windows and Macs?