Google has introduced a pair of new Samsung-manufactured Chromebooks, both of which run the Chrome OS. The 3G edition will retail for $329 and the Wi-Fi version for $249.
Google released an update to its Google+ app Tuesday that brings the social network to the iPad in an attractive interface. The updated Google+ app is also available on iPhones and Android devices, and includes multi-person video chatting.
Google revealed its new Nexus 7 tablet device with fanfare, and early reviews are promising.
The latest version of Google's cloud-centric Chrome OS resembles a "regular" desktop operating system in a lot of ways. The revamp, and new Chromebook and Chromebox hardware from Samsung, show how much Chrome OS has matured in the three years since its inception.
Axis, from Yahoo, is available as a plug-in for most browsers and as an app on Apple iOS devices.
According to Mozilla, Windows RT, a tablet-centric iteration of the upcoming Windows 8 OS, could be hitched exclusively to Internet Explorer.
Firefox 11 goes live this week. Will the new edition of the popular browser help revive Mozilla's fortunes?