Chromebook: Like Good Wine, It Gets Better With Time

Chromebooks, according to Rajen Sheth, are like a house that remodels itself. With automatically updating software and web-based applications, the Chromebook helps reduce the need for hands-on IT departments — and reduce costs.

Chromebook PR Reveals a More People-Pleasing Google

The Chromebook emphasis on user experience reflects a bit of a departure for Google, which has faced criticism in the past for focusing more on algorithms and engineering than on the people using their products.

Google Chromebooks: What You Need to Know

If netbook sales are declining, why would Google announce, not one but two new Chromebook devices with Chrome OS? Google’s web expertise has turned data synchronization into a core feature instead of a useful, but tricky add-on that traditional netbooks don’t deliver out of the box.