Google Chrome is one of the most popular browsers out there and probably the app of choice for quite a few of our readers. It came as somewhat of a surprise when Chrome for iOS was announced on day two of Google I/O, in between demonstrations of extreme sports.
Taking on Safari in it’s own territory is a bold move from Google, although it signifies the company’s commitment to other platforms than it’s own and will likely put a smile on some die-hard Chrome users’ faces. In this review, we’re going to take Chrome for iPad out for a spin and provide some thoughts on how it stacks up to the native Safari. (more…)
Google announced the retail launch of the Chromebook at their recent Google I/O conference in San Francisco, the notebooks that run Google’s cloud-based Chome OS.
The machines, manufactured by Acer and Samsung, will be available in internationally from June 15, a year-and-a-half after Apple’s original iteration of the iPad.
Mobile computing has been significantly redefined in the past 18 months, with countless computer makers coming out with tablets and other ultraportable computing solutions – from the MacBook Air and iPad, to the Samsung Series 9 notebook. All examples of popular manafacturers shifting their product design to portable computing, even more so than before.
In today’s article, we’ll be taking a look at whether Apple, the maker of both the highly successful MacBook Air and the iPad, have anything to worry about in Google’s cloud-based Chromebooks.