Posts tagged chrome OS
Boy these Chrome Notebook hacks just keep coming don’t they? Hot on the heels of Cr-48, Google’s prototype notebook for Chrome OS, playing host to Windows 7 and Mac OS X, we now see Google’s open source mobile OS landing on the Chrome notebook.
Does the phrase Will it Blend ring any bells to you? Yes, folks we have another Will it Blend video to share with you guys and guess who was tore to pieces? It’s Cr-48, the Google Chrome Notebook or the prototype Chrome netbook as some of you like to call it. Say what? The Notebook can’t fit into the blender? You are absolutely right but remember the saying: when there is a will there is a way. See how the whole blending experience went like after the jump.
Google Taiwan Yesterday held a video conference and unveiled its cloud based Chrome OS and went onto share some other essential details as well. According to Google, Acer and Samsung branded Chrome OS notebooks will go live in first half of 2011. Both the manufacturers are highly like to use Intel chips inside their notebooks.
Look what I stumbled across while viewing Google’s official YouTube channel for Chrome, a YouTube video or a tutorial video should I say that teaches you how to use the Chrome notebook and highlights some of the interesting features of the browser based OS. Video follows after the jump.
If you watched the Chrome OS event which is currently going on as I write, Google unveiled a black colored notebook which they are calling it Cr-48 (Cr for Chromium). The notebook didn’t have any branding on it and it won’t be up for sale. The notebook will be used in the Chrome OS pilot program which is the Beta testing program for Chrome OS. But what we can borrow from this notebook is the specs that the Chrome OS notebook will possibly have when they are ready for prime time, expectedly in the first half of 2011.
Here is the confirmation for those who had their doubts the about to go live Chrome OS event not unveiling Chrome OS and Web Store. According to a blog posted on Google Operating System blog, the search engine giants are on the verge of unveiling their browser based OS and a market for web apps.
Today is 7th December or Chrome OS day as some of you like to call it. Google has arranged a press event in San Francisco which will kick off shortly. In case you can’t make it to the event, and still want to watch the action live, there is still hope as Google will be live streaming its cloud OS event.
Engadget backed by their multiple sources sees Google launching/announcing their Chrome OS netbook come Tuesday (7th December). The sources expect Google to hold some sort of event in the coming week to share the current status of the Chrome OS as well as launch the branded netbook.
The Chrome on iPad development has reached a new height, a kind of height that is an opportunity for the doubted folks to realize, accept and admire the wonderful feat that Hexxeh , a web developer and hacker has managed to achieve rather than tagging it as Adobe Photoshop trickery. A video demo of Chrome OS running on iPad has been uploaded by the man himself which you can see after the jump.
Well Well Well, what we have here. Chrome OS, Google’s open source, tablet destined operating system has made its way to the greatest tablet of them all, iPad. A web developer and hacker who goes by the name Hexxeh is the man behind this amazing feat.