As a heavy-duty Chromebook user, it made sense for me to get the LTE version of the Pixel. Another tech writer did the same but had issues getting a signal inside a Starbucks: even Wi-Fi was out of commission. But the Chromebook isn’t a “brick” as the author suggests; you have to understand how to use a Chromebook and its admittedly limited offline capabilities.
We also found code suggesting that an Nvidia Tegra 4 could power a new Chromebook and offer up some new apps for editing text and code.
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Are those floating barges the Chrome stores we were hoping for?
Code hints at an Nvidia Tegra 4 Chromebook in the works
Chrome beta for Android updated
Android gets the Chromium WebView
Rock on: Pandora comes to the Chromecast!
Need some Chrome apps for coding and writing? Joe has some to check out.
Tip: Maybe you don’t want to sync all of your Chrome settings.
Extension of the week: APK Downloader