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Google rumoured to be building its own chips for the Pixels and Chromebooks

Google rumoured to be building its own chips for the Pixels and Chromebooks

Google could use its own processors for future Pixel phones and Chromebooks.
Is Google making its own processors for Pixels and Chromebooks?
Google's Pixelbook Go is a small, lightweight, and affordable Chromebook
Google announces Pixelbook Go starting at US$649

Google announces Pixelbook Go starting at US$649

Google has announced a new Chromebook.
Roadmap cutbacks could affect Google's future laptop and tablet projects

Roadmap cutbacks could affect Google's future laptop and tablet projects

Many employees in Google's laptop and tablet divisions were reportedly told to find new projects within the company.
AMD announces its 2nd-gen AMD Ryzen 3000-series mobile CPUs, enhancing its mobile offerings for 2019

AMD announces its 2nd-gen AMD Ryzen 3000-series mobile CPUs, enhancing its mobile offerings for 2019

AMD has announced its new 2nd generation AMD Ryzen 3000-series mobile CPUs to enhance its mobile processors stack for Windows devices. It also has two new CPUs from its AMD A-series for Chromebook PCs.
The good-looking HP Chromebook x2 detachable runs Chrome OS and offers 10 hours of battery life
Info about Google Pixelbook and Google Home Mini leaked ahead of Oct 4 event
New Chromebooks launched this year will soon have full access to Google Play!

New Chromebooks launched this year will soon have full access to Google Play!

According to an announcement by Chromium OS project, all new Chromebooks launched this year will be able to install Android applications. Owners of older Chromebooks may not be left out; read on for more details!
Android apps have finally arrived on Chrome OS, starting with the ASUS Chromebook Flip

Android apps have finally arrived on Chrome OS, starting with the ASUS Chromebook Flip

Android apps are making their way to Chrome OS for real. The ASUS Chromebook Flip is the first device to receive support for the Google Play Store in the developer channel, and more devices are slated to follow very soon.