Google has enabled Microsoft Office files editing by default in the latest Chrome OS Dev update channel. This means that the Chromebook owners running Dev channel of Chrome OS can edit Microsoft Office files in Chrome OS without using any additional program or web app.
Tailor is a new Chrome Packaged App based on Adobe’s Brackets code editor and web development tool. It has integrated support for Git and hence developers can work on and sync their remote Git repositories, including those hosted on GitHub.
Acer has launched an upgraded version of its popular C7 Chromebook. The new C710-2055 model has 4GB RAM and 6-cell battery.
We don’t have any idea if the Chromebook Pixel is a real project of Google, but Beaufort guesses that this Chromebook may be the next ChromeOS device from Google.
Google and HP have officially announced the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook. This large screen Chrome OS device is now available for $329.99 in the US.
A leaked specification document reveals that HP is planning to bring its Chromebook, the HP Pavilion.
Google Drive now supports offline editing functionality for documents and presentations. This means that the users can access and edit their documents and presentations even without a working internet connection.
Google today announced a brand new Chromebook, Lenovo ThinkPad X131e, targeted to school students. Available for $459 in US, this Chromebook has rugged design with reinforced hinges and a rubber casing.
Let’s take a look on the top three trending products predicted for 2013: Chromebooks, FirefoxOS and Opera with Turbo for Android.
Google’s Chrome OS, the operating system based on Chrome browser, may start supporting ARM architecture soon.