Google announced a reader mode in ChromeOS called Read Anything, and it arrives in ChromeOS 114. Here’s how to use it early in the ChromeOS 111 side panel.
The entry-level Lenovo Slim 3 Chromebook arrives for $319
Announced last month at Mobile World Congress, you can now purchase the Lenovo Slim 3 Chromebook with an expected 13.5 hours of battery life for $319.
HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook review: The Pixelbook of 2023?
The HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook demo unit was the star of CES in January. My review verifies if this device is the real deal as a Pixelbook-like device in 2023.
I love this small change to the ChromeOS clipboard history
Want to see the last five items in your ChromeOS clipboard history? Use the Launcher + V keyboard shortcut. Don’t get used to it though, a new combo is coming.
A $299 mini PC shows what a really good Chromebox could be
A few weeks ago I bought a $299 mini PC and it showed me just how good a Chromebox can be. Well, if it has the right hardware, that is.
Lenovo 5i Chromebook review: Big screen, battery and compromises
If you need a large screen, all-day laptop, the Lenovo 5i Chromebook is a decent but compromised option. What are you willing to sacrifice for the 16″ display?
You’ll appreciate the new, smart Chrome browser Memory Saver
The ChromeOS and Chrome browser Memory Saver frees up memory based on tab activity over time. A new, smart algorithm is in the works to improve this feature.
New HP Chromebook x360 14c gets a 12th gen Intel upgrade, starts at $699
The HP Chromebook x360 14c is getting the 12th gen Intel upgrade treatment. Faster memory, WiFi and a better camera are also here with a $699 starting price.
Microsoft releases Minecraft for Chromebooks. Who needs the metaverse?
After reports of early access beta testing, Minecraft for Chromebooks officially arrives today. There are hardware requirements but they’re quite reasonable.
3 simple ways to find your Chromebook board and brand name
Want to know what the current ChromeOS release is for your Chromebook? There’s a tool for that. But you need to find your Chromebook board or brand name first.
ChromeOS 111 release adds several new Chromebook features
The ChromeOS 111 release is now rolling out to most supported devices on the Stable Channel. Here’s a rundown of the several new Chromebook features.