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Galaxy Chromebook

The Galaxy Chromebook and the problem with promises

A timely reminder that words only carry so much weight when it comes to technology.

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HP’s updated Dragonfly – and rethinking laptops for a post-COVID-19 world

HP this week updated its Elite Dragonfly, the first product that begins to account for the new work-at-home world in which we live. It points the way for future laptops.

ZBook Studio

The most exciting product in HP’s ‘Creativity to Life’ launch

Creating a Windows laptop that appeals to MacBook buyers isn’t easy. But the new HP ZBook Studio is the latest, and arguably best, MacBook rival to date. With so many 'creators' working from home now, a laptop workstation powerhouse...

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How COVID-19 should change laptop and browser priorities

The COVID-19 virus is changing where and how we work and that will affect how the tools we use – like browsers and laptops – evolve to address new threats and needs. The risks include Fake News, and unique hardware requirements that...

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Wayback Wednesday: Drawn to it

Few problems are so easily identified.

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Memory-Lane Monday: PEBKAC — but VERY close to the keyboard

This solution has nothing to do with a dress code.

Chrome OS Upgrades

Google's Chrome OS upgrade changes are a solid start

Google is committing to a more sensible approach for Chromebook software support. Huzzah! Now let's see where this takes us.

Google Pixelbook Go

Making sense of Google's Pixelbook strategy

The missing piece of the puzzle that explains Google's curious-seeming new Chrome OS laptop has finally fallen into place.

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Microsoft Surface: Saving the future of PCs

Microsoft’s new Surface products will force the industry to rethink how PCs are designed and built. This design process change effectively takes the market back to where it always should have been – where those closest to the customer...

Chrome OS Upgrade Standard

It's time to rethink the Chrome OS upgrade standard

Google's handling of Chrome OS upgrades has long been an asset for the platform — but now, it's starting to become a liability.

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NVIDIA creates the last ultra performing laptop in the world

The ACE RTX concept laptop NVIDIA showcased at the IFA show in Europe is arguably the most innovative and highest performing laptop introduced to the market. It may also be the last laptop we ever see performing at these levels.

Chromebook Hardware Trends

6 significant new Chromebook hardware trends

Software isn't the only area that's evolving in the Chrome OS universe right now.

Chrome OS Features

4 noteworthy new Chrome OS features coming your way right now

Chromebook owners, start your engines: These four incoming features will help you focus better and work more efficiently.

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Augmented reality and the problem of obsolescing the laptop computer

AR could, but currently isn’t, changing the laptop computer into something far more portable and advanced. With the advent of the virtual desktop and 5G, we’ll be able to create tiny personal computers…but without addressing the...

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Time-Machine Tuesday: That’s cool

Sure, put it with the greens.

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Anticipating a Microsoft Surface laptop designed by Jony Ive

I’ve been thinking a lot about the drama over at Apple with Jony Ive leaving the company and the reports that Apple no longer cares about design. I think the obvious product line for him to work his magic on is the Microsoft Surface,...

Buying Chromebook

The most important thing to check before buying a Chromebook

Save yourself from buyer's remorse by thinking through what a Chrome OS device-maker won't tell you.

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