A new version of Android! The first Android Wear watches! Android TV! So much exciting stuff to take in from Google I/O. Here's an easy-to-follow guide to the news that matters most.
When a company promises two years of free mobile data service with a device, you expect them to deliver. So what happens when a promise suddenly evaporates after you've purchased a product?
Dell's Chromebook 11 flew in under the radar, but it's officially earned my recommendation as the best all-around Chromebook you can buy without breaking the bank.
Yes, Samsung has preloaded some programs on its new Chromebook 2 -- but before you grab the nearest pitchfork, you may want to see what's actually going on.
Samsung's follow-up to its popular 2012 Chromebook is finally almost ready to ship -- and that means it's time to go hands on with the hotly anticipated new laptop. Ready?
With all the new Chrome OS devices on the horizon right now, trying to wrap your head around everything is enough to make you dizzy -- so let's simplify things a bit, shall we?
Microsoft's controversial anti-Google "Scroogled" campaign finally seems to be at an end, with a Microsoft corporate vice president saying the company is "done with the campaign." But not so fast -- the Scroogled site still lives, and Microsoft has left itself wiggle room. Is Scroogled really done?
Google is wasting no time luring XP business users to Chromebooks: It's offering them $100 off every Chromebook purchased through Google's Chromebooks for Business program, in addition to other financial incentives. Does Google have a chance sweeping in XP owners, or is this just a PR ploy?