1. froggyboy604

    More Of Google's Tensor CPU Chip Details...

    I wonder if Google making its Tensor CPU would means many Google branded smartphones, tablets, Chromebooks, and Android devices will use Google Tensor chips in the future instead of using chips from Qualcomm, Samsung, Intel, AMD, and Nvidia.
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    Do you think Google Stadia always be called Stadia, or Google will change Stadia's name to another name?

    I think Google Stadia may change its name to another name if there is a better name for Stadia, or Google buys another brand name or website domain name which sounds better.
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    All Google Chrome OS Chromebooks launched this year will be Linux-ready

    Google announced that all Chromebooks launched in 2019 will be Linux-ready right out of the box, which is great for developers, enthusiasts, and newbies alike. Read More This is good news for users of newer Chromebook who want to use LibreOffice, Gimp image editor, Firefox, and other Linux...
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    Will Google ever make a non-Chrome OS and non-Android laptop and Desktop PC?

    Google can always buy an operating system company like how Google bought Android from the original creator of Android. I think if a small software company creates a very popular PC operating system, Google may buy it, and re-brand it as a Google Operating System, and use it on their PCs like the...
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    Non-Intel Google Chromebooks Better to use because of Intel Meltdown Spectre Security Problems?

    I think it is a good idea to buy a non-Intel Google Chromebook like Samsung Chromebook Plus which uses a different non-Intel brand of CPU like the Samsung CPU. Non-Intel Chromebooks which use a Nvidia K1, Samsung, and other mobile ARM CPUs, and Faster AMD Windows laptops are one of the few...
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    Is it fair/accurate to say every Google Chromebooks are All Lowend ?

    I think it is unfair to categorize all Chromebooks as being lowend because there are some faster Chromebooks with Intel i5 and i7 CPU, Intel HD 5000 graphics, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 803.11AC wi-fi, HD webcam and 13 to 15 inch HD and 4K monitor. Chrome OS can now run Android apps and games, so...
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    Do you think New Google Chromebooks will ever come with a hard drive?

    I think it is unlikely that Google Chromebooks ever come with a hard drive like the old Acer C710 Chromebook which has a 500GB hard drive according to Acer outs C710-2605 Chromebook, 500GB HDD, 4GB RAM, 100GB Google Drive for two years . Hard drives are also becoming less common in cheap...
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    Google Pixelbook first look

    This looks like a good laptop with nice specs.
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    Google Fuchsia OS Armadillo preview

    Here's a quick video demonstration of what Fuchsia OS may look like on mobile. The animations, and apps in Google Fuchsia run smoothly and quickly on this video. I don't like the name of the OS because it is hard to read, and sounds strange. I guest, Google is trying less-geeky and manly...
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    For $60, This Guy Upgraded His Google Android Nexus 5X’s Smartphone RAM To 4GB

    Cathair2906 bringing it to an unofficial repair center, at which he was told why not upgrade his phone’s RAM while he was at it? “Thereafter, i decided to send my 5x to China for CPU fixing, as the RAM is packed with the CPU together, the guy suggested me upgrading it to 3 or 4 GB RAM. That’s...
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    Will Apple or Google ever make a computer or Device with a built-in disc drive?

    I think it is unlikely for Apple to make a computer with a disc drive. Apple makes a lot of money by using iTunes/Apple App store to sell digital movies, music, and games which you may already own on CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray discs. If users can easily access their disc's movie and music files...
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    BlackBerry Aurora Google Android smartphone listed by Indonesian retailer

    Yesterday we saw the first photos of a toucshcreen-only BlackBerry phone allegedly called the BBC100-1. Now redditors have spotted a listing for the phone at an Indonesian online store. The phone is listed as the BlackBerry Aurora and it’s up for pre-order for the equivalent of about $260. Or...
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    Will New Chromebooks which can run Android apps be called a different name in the future?

    I think it is possible that some Chromebooks, which can run Android apps, will be renamed to a different name like Google Play Books. I bet, more buyers of Chromebooks will care more about the ability to download and install apps, games, movies, music, books and other content from the Google...
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    Soon some mobile web apps will act like native Android apps

    Now Google is rolling out a new implementation of that feature which will allow some web app websites to work more like native Android apps. Among other things, that means they’ll show up in the app drawer among other places. First, a website will need to be what’s called a “Progressive Web...
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    Chromebooks Launched In 2017 Onwards Will Support Android Apps

    Google’s Chromium Projects website stated, “All Chromebooks launching in 2017 and after as well as the Chromebooks listed below will work with Android apps in the coming future.” They also posted a bunch of different models from a variety of OEMs such as Acer, ASUS, HP, and Lenovo, just to name...
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    Google Chrome 56 Adds Support For FLAC Music File Playback

    Google has finally added support for FLAC playback within the browser. What this means is that if you’d rather not download the file onto your computer and stream it, Chrome will be able to do that. However like we said, this feature was added to the Chrome 56 beta so unless you’re beta testing...
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    Google is pretty much abandoning Android 2.3 Gingerbread in 2017

    But many Android apps require newer versions of the operating system, and soon you’ll need Android 4.0 or later if you want access to the latest version of Google Play Services. Google says version 10.0.0 will be the last to support Android 2.3. Starting in early 2017, devices will need to be...
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    Google Will Allow Introductory Subscription Prices For Android Apps

    Google today announced that it’s going to allow developers to set introductory subscription pricing for their Android apps. This new option for app subscription pricing will be made available to developers soon. What this means for the average user is that they will be able to get the benefit of...
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    Google Pixel phone first look

    Here they are, at long last, the Google Phones. They come in two sizes: a 5-inch model with an HD display and a 5.5-inch model with a QHD display. Prices start at $649 for a 32GB model, but they are perhaps the most refined Android phones we’ve ever laid hands on. The Pixel phone kinds of...
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    Google may announce ‘Andromeda’ OS at October 4th event

    There are a number of rumors pointing to an early peek at Andromeda, a version of Android with some Chrome OS bits that make it better for tablet and laptop devices. Rumors of a Chrome OS and Android merger began popping up some months ago, and the arrival of the Play Store on Chromebooks only...