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Asus Flip Chromebook successor could boast Skylake CPU

A system codenamed "Cave" that is referenced in the source code of Google's Chromium is thought to refer to a successor to the Asus Flip Chromebook that was released just last year.
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New HP Chromebook boasts touchscreen for use with Android apps

Google is currently working hard to permit Chrome OS to be compatible with Android apps, and now HP has unveiled a system that is designed to take full advantage of that functionality.
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How to manage Chrome OS notifications

Notifications from both extensions and websites are available on Chromebooks, but managing them takes a bit of digging. Here's how you can customize your notifications in Chrome OS.
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Google confirms: Chrome OS is getting Android apps and the Play Store

The Google Play Store -- and almost all its Android apps -- is coming to Chrome OS, Google's confirmed. It'll speak on the integration at a 2016 I/O development session later this week.
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HP built one of the nicest Chromebooks we've ever seen for $500

HP is out with a new Chromebook, and this one was designed in collaboration with Google. The 13.3-inch IPS display has a resolution of up to 3,200 x 1,800 pixels. Other features include Core M processors and USB Type-C.
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Chromebook for Work, liquid-cooled 2-in-1 steal the show at Acer’s New York PC refresh

Acer went all-in on the PC at a NYC event, refreshing a broad swatch of its line-up. The new hardware includes the first Chromebook for Work and a fanless 2-in-1 with liquid cooling.
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CTL introduces new Chromebook with innovative 360-degree hinge

CTL has unveiled a new convertible Chromebook that implements a 360-degree hinge to offer a range of usage configurations handy in academic or business usage. The device has been aggressively priced for both markets.
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15 Common Problems with Chromebooks, and how to fix them

Is something irking you about Chrome OS? Check out the fixes to all your problems, bugs, and shutdowns here!
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You can literally stand on the new CTL Chromebook

Some Chromebooks are in for a rough life of being tossed around a classroom, so CTL is improving their quality of life with a Chromebook that can support up to 365 pounds without taking any damage.
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Material Design is coming to Chrome, here’s how to try it out

Google is bringing Material Design, its signature look for Android and mobile apps, to the desktop version of Chrome. Here's how you can get a preview.
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Dust off that old netbook: Remix OS will support 32-bit processors, new version out now

Remix OS for PC has just received its first update, bringing a battery indicator for laptop users while hinting at a 32-bit version set to arrive in the near future. Unfortunately, a clean install is required for the update.
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While PC sales continue to sink, Chromebooks swim to the surface

PC sales dragged through 2015, but Chrome laptop and desktop sales are hotter than ever, as shown in the year-end sales figures from IDC. Chromebooks are up, even as Windows computers struggle.