Well I've been spending the last couple hours getting acquainted with my CR-48, and it's definitely been a fun experience. I was extremely excited as I dug into the box with the cutesy illustration of a rocket powered mouse wheel to get at the computer.
Which direction are the four major players taking? Is the cloud really the next step? Was porridge the best choice for breakfast this morning? Find out all this and more with Tyler's exciting editorial after the jump.
Ubuntu. On a Google CR-48.
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Google ChromeOS will do many wonderful things – the free and open-source version ‘Chromium OS’ sadly won’t. Many of these ‘features’ can, given the nature of what Chrome/iumOS is, be enabled easily in both – […]
Who wants a bit of ChromeOS default art to brighten their day? You? Click on in.
Those rumours of a Google branded Chrome OS toting netbook launching last this month are beginning to look a touch more credible with our friends over at Chrome Story noting that the OS has entered […]
Google’s forthcoming Chrome OS ships with a new default font set that provides near-identical replacements for commonly used Microsoft fonts online. Replacing the previously used ‘Liberation’ font set are ‘Tinos’ – a Serif font akin […]
Google ChromeOS has the ‘application menu’ in the browser: – You can, actually, get this in Google Chrome or Chromium. First you need to edit the command you start Chrome/ium with. Right click the menu […]
The open-source version of ChromeOS is now available, and those interested in building it can only do so using a familiar OS to most of us… Article originally appeared on omgubuntu.co.uk
Canonical (the commercial funder/creator of Ubuntu) are contributing ‘engineering’ to Google (for ChromeOS, presumably) under contract. The official statement posted on the Canonical blog reads as follows. Congratulations to Google on the open sourcing of […]
Google have just posted a UI concept video of ChromeOS and it has to be said that there are very few differences between this and the product we saw today (which is not a finished […]