Researchers warn of Infineon security chip flaw
Bad keys since 2012.
Includes swappable swatches, too.
The best third-person shooter based on a 2000 AD property from 2006 returns, but has it stood up to the test of time?
Though probably not at launch.
Two years old or newer, mind.
Pivots the platform to IoT projects.
Misses Microsoft's $199 target by a mile.
13-hour battery life, top-tier performance.
"Simple to operate," claims executive.
Compact, low-cost laptop for web warriors.
Puts up $π million for vulnerability details.
Canonical has announced Ubuntu Web Apps, to appear in Ubuntu 12.10
Google and Samsung have unveiled an upgraded Chromebook alongside a nettop-like Chromebox.
Google store opens in London to sell Chrome OS laptops.
Google's Chrome OS is to feature support for Windows applcations - sort of.
Manufacturers are lining up to create netbooks running Google's operating systems, but the market is split as to which to support: Chrome or Android.
Google has announced that it is to pay security researchers $500 per bug found in the Chrome or Chromium codebase - rising to $1,337 if the bug is particularly vexing.
Google's Chrome has officially become the third most popular browser in the world, beating Apple's rival Safari browser into fourth place in December 2009.
A list of compatible hardware has been released for Chromium OS, the open-source version of Google's cloud-based Chrome OS.
Google's netbook-oriented operating system, Chrome OS, has enjoyed an official launch event - and while it won't be shipping until next year, the code is already available.
Rumours claim un-named Chinese manufacturers are set to launch netbooks based on the MIPS architecture and running Google's Chrome OS by the end of the month.
The combined Custom PC and bit-tech podcast returns for a third episode, and it's packed with tech and games discussion. This time we take on Chrome OS, P55, Battlefield 1943 and the Left 4 Dead 2 controversy. Plus listeners can win a copy of Zeno Clash.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has stated that his company is "confused" by Google's approach to the OS market, accusing the company of offering "two client operating systems."