This petite Chrome OS desktop might be a small fry, but it's everything you need to lead a virtual life on the web.
Google has started to use its popular Chrome browser to try to sell Chromebooks for the Christmas period.
Google has launched a 'shop-within-a-shop' at the flagship Currys and PC World superstore in London's Tottenham Court Road in order to sell its Chromebooks.
ExclusiveGoogle Chrome's senior product manager Anders Sandholm has told TechRadar that despite the rise of the tablet, the forthcoming Chrome OS is still very much focused on netbooks and not touchscreen devices.
ExclusiveMicrosoft's Ryan Gavin believes that Chrome OS' focus on the software rather than the hardware misses the larger point – and says that as browsers start to take advantage of our devices, they become even more important to our experience.
One of the things that Google has shown off at its I/O developers conference is the way in which 3D games will run in its browser – and it illustrated this with Lego: Star Wars – the Quest For R2D2.
Sergey Brin has been speaking about the future of Google's operating systems, Android and Chrome OS, and admitted that they may become one OS in the future.
ExclusiveChip designer ARM is excited about the prospect of Google Chrome OS, according to the company's EVP of Marketing Ian Drew.
PicturesTechRadar has pulled together the first official screenshots of Google Chrome OS, from the application menu to the in-browser chess.