A Twitter user leaks Windows 10 Cloud, a version that can only run Universal Windows Platform apps, igniting speculation that Microsoft is readying a rival to Google's Chrome OS.
Build 15019 includes the new user data privacy controls Microsoft plans to include in the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft promotes LinkedIn's Kevin Scott to CTO; Google says new Chromebook models to include Android education apps; Microsoft challenges Chromebooks with new Windows 10 school PCs; and there's more.
On Jan. 25 Dell introduces updates to the Chromebook 11 and the Chromebook 13. Both notebook models run Google’s Chrome OS operating system in which most applications and data storage reside in the cloud. Chromebooks have found favor in the education markets and in some businesses because of...
Microsoft showcases new low-cost Windows 10 PCs from Acer, HP and Lenovo along with an Intune device management plan for schools.
Google says that a new generation of Chromebooks capable of running Android market will start to become available in the late spring from Acer, Asus, Lenovo, HP and Dell.
So far in 2017 we’ve seen few mobile product updates. Introductions of new mobile devices were sparse at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017, with only small vendors announcing new smartphones. Meanwhile, new tablets were scarce and big-name wearables were non-existent. And as usual, Apple didn’t...
Chromebooks currently rate as some of the most popular personal computers on Amazon’s list of technology bestsellers. As a result, more hardware makers are introducing laptops and notebooks that run Chrome OS. Samsung is the most recent company, introducing a Chrome OS model with a notebook...
Microsoft's work with Qualcomm to enable Windows 10 to run on ARM Chips may represent a new competitive challenge to Google's increasingly popular Chromebook platform.
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