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AMD Will Develop Chips for Android and Chrome OS, but Only if Someone Asks First

AMD chips could make their way into tablets and laptops running Android and Chrome OS. According to PCWorld, AMD is willing to alter the design of its chips — which are currently tailored to run Windows 8 machines — and optimize them for other operating systems. However, it won't be...

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Asus Announces Transformer Book Trio, Runs Windows 8 and Android With Two Intel CPUs

At Computex 2013, Asus announced the Transformer Book Trio, a device it calls the "world's first three-in-one notebook, tablet, and desktop PC." The Transformer Book Trio is designed to instantly switch between Windows 8 and Android (Jelly Bean), offering a notebook dock "for work," and basic tablet functionality "for play."...

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Why I Bought a Samsung Chromebook

I have used almost every Chromebook on the market which is why I bought a cheap one from Samsung.

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Chromebooks: Sneaking Into a Home Near You

Google's Chromebook is not a household term yet, but they are appearing in households for a simple reason and finding a receptive audience.

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Samsung Beats Chromebook Pixel and Retina MacBook With New High-Res Laptop Display

Samsung is to unveil a new super-high resolution panel which could set the standard for notebook displays. This week, the company will launch a 13.3-inch QHD 3200 x 1800 panel with 276 pixels-per-inch (PPI), and offers greater pixel densities than Apple's Retina MacBook Pro 13 (239 PPI) and Google's Chromebook...

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