When Google opened up the source code for its Chrome operating system last month, third-party hardware manufacturers lined up plans to build Chrome-based netbooks, with availability expected in late 2010. Could Google also be cooking up plans to sell its own, Google-branded Chrome netbook at around the same time?
HP's ARM-powered Android netbook has surfaced on the company's U.S. website, suggesting it may be headed for a North American release. Branded as the & Compaq AirLife 100,& the netbook includes a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM and 16MB of flash storage, a 10.1-inch display, and GPS capabilities, the company says....
I installed ubuntu through usb on my netbook today (An aspire one D257 netbook). The thing is, this netbook boots into a chrome os kinda thing then to windows. After i installed ubuntu and restarted, the GRUB boot loader doesn't even show up. It boots to chrome os then Windows.
I have been using Chrome on my Samsung Galaxy Exhilerate ever since I got it. I noticed the Chrome was remarkably slower than my default Browser. My question is, who all has downloaded and used Mozilla Firefox? I enjoy the UI of Firefox much more than Chrome. As far as I've used Firefox, the speeds seem to be greater than or equal to Chrome. What's everyone else's opinion?
Samsung previously released the small and stylish netbook Samsung N150. Now this netbook comes with preinstalled Windows 7 starter edition, original. This update off course impact to the retail price of the Samsung N150. But, you may choose to buy this N150 without OS.
As everyone knows, the international HTC One X has the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and to make things work with LTE, they created the HTC One XL that is essentially the same phone, but with the dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4. This is essentially what is available on AT&T, but marketed as the One X, a little confusing I know. Now Samsung did the same thing with their Galaxy S III.