Google follows Apple, Huawei, and Samsung with its own custom silicon.
Coreboot seems to be getting ready to officially support AMD Picasso Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) sooner than later.
Updates to the Chromium open source project have revealed many details about Google's next Chromebook, which has been code-named Hatch.
A new Chromebook reference device called Zork hints at upcoming 2-in-1 products based on AMD's Picasso APUs instead of its low-end mobile processors.
We got a sneak peek at HP's Chromebook 14, which has a dual-core AMD A4-9120 CPU and integrated AMD Radeon R4 graphics.
We may already be seeing the emergence of Intel’s 8th generation Coffee Lake processors, but Acer just debuted a new Chromebook with 6th generation Skylake processors.
The Flex 11 Chromebook features a multimode hinge and touch screen, thereby creating a 2-in-1 Chromebook.
The Asus Chromebook Flip is the first Chromebook to get official support for the Android Play Store.
NComputing ported its vSpace virtualization technology to Chrome OS, effectively enabling Windows 10 to run on Chromebooks in a virtual machine.
HP was up bright and early at New York City’s Chelsea Market to announce its new Chromebook 13, a thin and light Chrome OS-powered notebook designed in collaboration with Google.
A discovery in the Chrome OS source code revealed that the operating system may soon benefit from full Google Play Store integration, giving Chromebook users access to over one million Android apps.
Acer announced the Chromebook 14 for Work, a device featuring military-grade build quality and a 6th generation (Skylake) Intel Core processor.
Acer made a new chromebook available for pre-order today boasting exceptional battery life and an extended feature set relative to its older chromebooks.