Chrome OS just got announced along with the Chrome netbook that does nothing but the pure web experience right inside of the Chrome browser.
The Chrome OS event is live right now and going through the Q&A session.
The Chrome OS event is going on live right now and guess what, Chrome OS just got announced!
Chrome OS runs on the Chrome Netbooks which puts all the focus on connectivity and browsing. According to Google, users spent more time in browsers than using other applications in a computer.
Google has some important announcements to make regarding Chrome. And what do we get from this? Yes, the Google Chrome OS netbooks could be the announcements!
You can watch the Chrome OS event live online which is going to be held in San Francisco today at 10:30 AM PST – which is just a few minutes away.
Google has been working on a lot of things and we just can’t wait to know what exactly it is and when it is coming out. First, we have the Nexus One being rumoured to be released for $199 next month.
Now, we also have some details of the Chrome OS Netbook leaked out, thanks to IBTimes. Not sure, how reliable these ‘leaked’ details are, but according to them the Chrome OS netbook release date, specifications and price is out.
Yes, it’s finally there! Google Chrome OS source code has been made live and is now available for everyone to download.
Google released the official Chrome OS source code minutes before it was going to launch the Chrome OS event where overview of the technology and launch plans for its launch next year will be revealed.
This is what we have all been waiting for! A release of Chrome OS is finally out! Not officially by Google, but atleast we have something to try out.
Chrome OS 0.4.223 Beta is Linux based OS that aims to provide the best web-browsing experience. It is a free operating system built around the revolutionary Google Chrome browser.
The last time we heard Google talking about Chrome OS was just on the initial announcement made back in July, but who knew we’ll soon get a leaked Google Chrome OS Browser 184.108.40.206 (build 28902) for download.
Yep, the Chrome OS Browser 220.127.116.11 has been stripped down from Google Chrome OS build 28902 and got leaked today morning. According to the screenshots, it’s very light and is basically like Google Chrome we have for Windows right now.
Google Chrome was first announced back in July, an OS aimed for netbooks market initially with minimal features and Google services integration.
Since its announcement, we’ve seen leaked Chrome OS screenshots several times, but none of them has any confirmation of being the right ones. Another tipster sent alleged screenshots of Chrome OS being leaked to TechCrunch.
Google Chrome OS has been making quite a hype since it’s announcement last month. Several websites have posted screenshots claiming them to be the leaked screenshots of Chrome OS, but most of them have been verified as fake.
While Google is getting us excited before the actual release, a designer at DeviantART has come up with a Chrome OS Transformation Pack that could transform your Windows XP with the Chrome OS looks.