Since 1999, Thinclient.org has been reporting the thin client computing market as well as the ChromeBook, Zero Client, Android clients, Pi Raspberry Clients and Thick Client market. Generally the cloud computing market since it started with companies such as Citrix back in the late 80s.
From Computerworld ChromeOS Explosion – Dec2020 A subtle-seeming Google purchase paves the way for a dramatic expansion of Chrome OS’s reach — and a dramatic reimagining of what a Chromebook even is. Neverware and the Chrome OS connection I first wrote about Neverware nearly five years ago, but the company’s actually been around even longer than that. Its primary… Read More »
From AboutChromeBooks My pick for 2019 Chromebook of the year December 31, 2019 Kevin C. Tofel 5 Comments Chromebook Pixel 2015, Chromebooks, Clamshell, Google, Pixel Slate, Pixelbook, Pixelbook Go It’s been an exciting 2019 in the world of Chromebooks, which comes to an end today. And about two weeks ago on a podcast, I shared what my Chromebook of the year is. But I put off writing… Read More »
Thin Clients Must Die Reference article Passport to Hell off Arstechnica Editors Note: Fellow grew up on SCO and amber terminals, and Wordperfect. I remember those days as I had one of those terminals. Days I talked about the “elegant file system” of inodes. I grew up on on an XT with an IRMA card working 3270 Mapics.… Read More »
From Biztech — read full article link by Jacquelyn BengfortTwitter Jacquelyn Bengfort is a freelance writer based in Washington, DC. A social anthropologist by training, she writes on topics from education to the military, gender to fictional post-apocalyptic worldscapes. How thin can you go? New clients continue to be introduced, like HP’s unveiling of the t310 G2 All-in-One Zero… Read More »
Google and its partners have managed to sell a lot of Chromebooks without requiring access to Microsoft’s Windows ecosystem. But having that access — alongside the usual Chrome OS experience — would allow users to have their computing cake and eat it, too. At least that’s what virtualization company NComputing is hoping to achieve with its new Chromebook.
The CX110 is a traditional Chrome-based laptop, but with one key difference: It includes a year’s access to the firm’s new vSpace Client for Chromebook software, which provides a Windows desktop experience on a Chromebook device via a centralized vSpace Server, which can provide up to 100 virtual desktops.
HP has announced a new model in its competitive Chromebook 14 line. Bearing the same moniker as the existing machine, the new notebook offers a higher resolution display over its sibling, as well … Source: www.gizmag.com the resolution been upped to 1,920 x 1,080 (giving it 157 pixels per inch). also a touchscreen. Nvidia Tegra K1 processor
Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) sold 15 million tablets in Q3 2014. However, the company’s mobile chip division posted another $1.04 billion in operating loss for Q3. While the management is promising significant reduction in contra reve Source: seekingalpha.com Chromebooks are rising star and now even MS has 10″ tablets for sale at Walmart running Win8, at the low low price… Read More »
Google recently announced major updates through its Chromebooks for Work program. Will it be enough to entice more enterprises? Source: www.techrepublic.com With the latest updates, Google has focused on fulfilling requests from business customers. For example, a single sign-on capability has been added so that users can sign into their Chromebook with the same corporate login they use… Read More »