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Slashdot 01/18/2019 11:07
Kevin C. Tofel, writing for About Chromebooks: I've been following the bug report that tracks progress on adding GPU acceleration for the Linux container in Chrome OS and there's good news today. The first two Chrome OS boards should now, or very soon, be able to try GPU hardware acceleration with the new startup parameter found last month. The bug report says the -enable-gpu argument was added to the Eve and Nami boards. There's only one Eve and that's the Pixelbook. Nami is used on a number of newer devices, including: Dell Inspiron 14, Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630, Acer Chromebook 13, Acer Chromebook Spin 13, and HP X360 Chromebook 14. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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ComputerWorld 01/18/2019 06:00
After all, while a Chromebook's standard combo of web apps, Chrome apps, and Android apps is more than sufficient for most folks' needs, some of us still require (or maybe just prefer) traditional local programs for certain specific purposes.
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Android Central 01/17/2019 15:00
Dell never made a long list of Chromebook models, instead depending on just two or three to fill out their laptop portfolio.
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Digital Trends 01/17/2019 09:00
Mark Coppock/Digital Trends There’s a whole slew of new Chromebooks hitting the market, with even more on the way — and they’re not just the same old budget options aimed at the education market.
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Android Police 01/16/2019 15:09
The Chromebook 14 looks like a typical entry-level Chromebook.
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9to5Google 01/16/2019 10:42
CTL launches $299 Chromebook Tablet Tx1 for Education.
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How-To Geek 01/16/2019 10:04
Still, they make some fantastic Chromebooks and Chromeboxes (see, we don’t say “Chromebook Desktop,” so why aren’t they called Chrometabs?). Today’s announcement of the Chromebook Tab Tx1 is what anyone familiar with CTL has come to expect—a ruggedized tablet with specs on ...
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While we sometimes refer to the devices as ‘Google Chromebooks’, a number of major laptop manufacturers make Chromebooks, with the likes of Dell, HP and Asus joining Samsung and Acer.
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AnandTech 01/14/2019 11:06
Designed primarily for education use, the Chromebook Tablet CT100 has a rubberized chassis and is powered by an ARM-based SoC, essentially bringing together rugged design and low cost.
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LapTop 01/14/2019 09:41
The platform gained Android app emulation via the Google Play store, and we've seen Chromebooks — such as the Google Pixelbook and the forthcoming HP Chromebook x360 — designed for more demanding users with premium price tags to match.
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Tizen Experts 01/14/2019 07:12
Choose a Linux distro for your Chromebook There exist many flavors of Linux, each with their own pros and cons, and Google is planning to let Chromebook users choose their preferred one.
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ZDNet - Blogs 01/13/2019 17:55
Kevin was in Vegas last week and saw a few pieces of tech from ASUS, Huawei, Withings, and more. There were no smartphone launches, but Apple still had something to announce via other companies.
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