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Android and Chrome OS SVP Hiroshi Lockheimer tweeted that the company is "very committed to Chrome OS" and there is still substantial momentum for Chromebooks.
Tech News Google unveils new Chromebooks and Chromebit, the dongle that turns your display into a Chromebook
Google has announced three new Chromebooks from ASUS, Haier and Hisense that bring more options to customers hoping to take advantage of Chrome OS. It has also taken the wraps off the ASUS Chromebit, effectively a Chromebook in a dongle-sized device, that will allow users to hook it up to a display and use it as a Chromebook.
With more schools in New York using Google Apps for Education, it's no surprise that the New York City Department of Education has approved the use of Chromebooks in public schools.
Toshiba has recently just launched the Toshiba Chromebook, the company's first Chromebook, and the world's only (for now) 13.3-inch Chromebook. The Toshiba Chromebook features an Intel Celeron (Haswell) processor, as well as 2GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD.
Google's Chromebooks has gained tremendous traction in the past year, accounting for a sizable 21% of all notebooks sold in the U.S. in 2013.
Intel has just announced that it has partnered up with StarHub to bring the Acer C720 Chromebook to Singapore. It's being offered free to customers who sign-up for StarHub's 200Mbps fibre home broadband plan, or StarHub's 5Mbps cable home broadband plan and a $5 monthly top-up.
Tech News Google Introduces New HP Chromebook 11
Google introduces the affordable HP Chromebook 11, the result of a partnership between the two companies. It costs US$279, and is already available in the US Google Play Store. Read on to find out more about it.
The Google+ Photos app, previously only available on Google's flagship Chromebook Pixel, is now available on all Chromebooks. It's an app that automatically extracts and uploads photos to your Google+ account from storage media (SD card) inserted into the Chromebook.
Acer President, Jim Wang stated that the company will be offering less Microsoft products, while producing more Android products, as well as Chromebooks. This comes as the company posted a significant second quarter loss due to lower sales and rising expenses.