Even if the Chromebook never steals much market share from conventional PCs, it could accomplish important goals for Google.
Hewlett Packard is taking one more stab at the netbook market with the HP SlateBook x2, a tablet hybrid that doubles as a basic laptop computer.
Google is expected to use its annual software developers’ conference to showcase the latest mobile devices running on its Android software, while also unveiling other features in its evolving product line-up.
Nokia has managed to shave all the bulk of its previous Windows Phones without compromising tech specs.
This is the biggest week of the year for Android, Chrome, Glass, search and other Googley matters.
Aereo, the startup that offers live television broadcasts over the Internet starting at $8 a month, said it will start service in the Atlanta market on June 17, following an expansion to Boston on Wednesday.
Research In Motion unveiled a lower-cost BlackBerry aimed at consumers in emerging markets on Tuesday, and said it will offer its once-popular BlackBerry Messenger service on iPhones and devices running Google’s Android software.
ABC is really hoping you’ll hang on to your cable subscription, and is taking a couple of new steps to make sure of it.
A wireless startup aims to let you pay for only the services you use — down to the app-by-app level.
The French government is considering creating a new tax on smartphones and tablets in a bid to raise millions to support the creation of digital cultural content inside France.
Like a shop owner anticipating Christmas in July, Samsung Electronics says we’ll hit 5G cellular network speeds by 2020.
Mobile Opportunity’s Michael Mace reimagines the PC, and comes up with something which is nothing like Windows 8 or the iPad.