The $729 Acer Chromebook Spin 714 is on sale again at an all-time low price of $499 this week. This excellent laptop has few flaws and is a performance champ.
Microsoft 365 and OneDrive will both be integrated better on Chromebooks. Last year, I reported on this effort and it’s coming soon.
An updated 11″ HP Fortis Chromebook for classrooms was introduced on Thursday. The rugged, utilitarian HP Fortis x360 G3 J Chromebook starts at $339.
I use a portable power bank on the go with my Chromebook. Here are tips on choosing your own, and a few that double your Chromebook usage on the go.
Google is changing the name of Tote to Quick Files and adding an additional feature. Here’s how to change from Chromebook Tote to Quick Files in Chrome OS.
The Lenovo Duet 5 Chromebook is a impressive device at $499. But you can snag this excellent 2-in-1 for $120 less at a cost of $379.
I have the $449 HP Chromebook x360 13b with MediaTek K1200 chipset in hand. My first impressions? The ARM chip might be good. The Chromebook? I’m not so sure.
Google is adding OCR text from PDFs to digitize those individual words and phrases. The new feature will work on Chromebooks and in the Chrome browser.
Those who think the ChromeOS user interface is bland might be interested in Google’s Material You for Chromebooks. And right now it looks amazing.
Code snippets suggest Microsoft is working testing Minecraft on a Chromebook for users who can’t or don’t want to use the limited Education edition.
Chromebooks get six key, new features with the ChromeOS 109 release, which is rolling out on the Stable Channel. Here’s what you need to know.