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Schools, not just in the United States, apparently, are choosing Chromebooks, and not Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 with Bing devices. According to Google, that is. The search engine giant has finally responded to the Chromebook assault by Redmond.
There is no shortage of voices that claim Chromebooks are basically useless. For power use, at least. These affordable laptops do not have the necessary array of productivity applications. And that is without getting into the debate
The world of Windows 8.1 tablets just got a fair bit more interesting these past few months, and it seems that the good stuff is yet to come, with more and more companies jumping in. Now there
Low end hardware. Barely any onboard storage. Limited software support. These are some of the things that come to mind when one mentions Chromebooks. But times are changing. And they are changing fast — as this Acer
Chromebooks. Microsoft really does not think too highly of these devices, as is evident from the various signals coming from Redmond. From company officials to Scroogled campaigns, Microsoft have made it clear that these devices are downright
Microsoft is facing a number of threats from all quarters, and recent steps like free licenses of Windows and Windows Phone for OEMs are a good way to combat some of them. However, Chromebooks present a sustained
The first major patent coup of the year! Microsoft and Dell have entered into an agreement relating to intellectual property that will see both companies license each other’s patents, going forward. Microsoft announced this in a press
Acer. The hardware company that lives in the hearts and minds of Windows 8 users. Or not. The company has made some radical choices in the past, starting with its unadulterated criticism of Microsoft’s newest operating system.
The most strategic tech error of the 21st Century surely has to be the way that Google has mishandled their Operating System – Chrome OS. OK maybe that’s hyperbole but based on the fact that Microsoft stumbled
Even with their modest success, the Windows-based tablets sure have got Google thinking. The search engine giant is said to be planning the release of tablets based on its Chrome OS. Yes, I get what you are