Google has beaten analyst expectations this quarter, with $14.9 billion in consolidated revenue and $11.9 billion in net revenue. In their earnings call, which wrapped up moments ago, Google noted their revenue was up 12% over Q3 2012.
Google Play Music All Access customers are reporting issues with playback on some web interfaces. While the issue is not widespread, it is affecting enough customers to get our attention. Oddly enough, the Android app seems to work just fine.
Acer has officially announced the C720 Chromebook, and as we had been expecting to happen, this one has arrived with Haswell. In this case, the processor will be an Intel Celeron 2955U processor based on the Intel Haswell micro-architecture. The processor will be paired with 4GB of RAM and the notebook will sport an 11.6-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768.
HP announced the Chromebook 11 yesterday. The notebook was touted as being one made "for everyone" and judging by the price point, it seems that may be somewhat of an accurate statement. HP had said the Chromebook 11 would be available with a variety of retailers and it looks like it has arrived in the Play Store. And in addition to the notebook itself, there are also some matching sleeve style cases.
As Chrome and Android start to trade utilities, one very important Android feature may be coming to your Chromebook. OMGChrome! has spotted a few bug reports that suggest the ability to create folders for Chrome apps is coming.
Following up on the earlier leak, it looks like HP has officially announced the Chromebook 11. This one is touted as being "made with Google" and "for everyone." Perhaps key here, as the name would imply, the Chromebook 11 is sporting an 11-inch display. Specifically, an 11.6-inch display with a 16:9 aspect ratio and resolution of 1366 x 768.
Last month, Intel unveiled a bevy of new ultraportable Chromebooks which included a 14-inch HP Chromebook 14. It seems, however, that it wasn't the only Chromebook offering that HP had planned and now we're seeing what appears to be the an HP Chromebook 11.
The Intel Developers Forum was filled not just with revelations of the manufacturer's upcoming chips but also with announcements of new devices, including a series of notebooks and a PC box running Google's Chrome OS and powered by Intel's latest fourth generation "Haswell" Core processors. This time, ASUS and Toshiba are joining the fray of companies touting Chrome OS devices which now totals six manufacturers.
Not many may know what Chromebooks are and not many may care, but Intel seems to be definitely taking an interest in the unique line of ultraportable notebooks, as sources are saying that the processor manufacturing giant is set to announce new Chromebooks this week running on its fourth generation Intel Core processors.
GoogleChromebook is already available in over 2000 stores worldwide, but that number is about to expand greatly. The cheap laptops, already a heavy hitter on consumer lists, is poised to triple the amount of retail outlets it's available in, and bring that aforementioned number to just over 6600.