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Chromebooks Head for Nine New Countries, with Cloud Computing in Tow

In a blog post constructed as rhythmic verse, Google has confirmed that Chromebooks--portable computers running the Chrome OS platform--are coming to nine new global regions: Norway, Denmark, Chile, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Belgium, New Zealand, and the Philippines. As we've reported, Chromebooks are becoming more popular and are also introducing a lot of users to using cloud applications, storage in the cloud and other cloud-centric concepts. It's becoming clear that Google sees a number of niche and emerging markets as promising for Chromebooks.

Google's verse blog post states:

"So we'd like to say our Hellos, to our new global Chromebook fellows....Stay safe with your data stored in the cloud, A smart pick like Chromebook will make your mom proud."

 

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