Is the Google brand enough to stem the tide of tablet customers who just can't seem to get enough iPads?
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Why do so many of us drool after luscious, high-priced Apple hardware (myself included), but Google's Chromebooks remain niche, utilitarian players?
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Yes, tablets will kill netbooks. And I still say Windows 7 feels antiquated and unintuitive versus Android and Ubuntu.
Once I get my tongue out of my cheek, I'll tell you why.
Occasionally, college dropouts do fairly well for themselves. Will the new head of MIT's Media Lab continue his track record of successes in cutting edge organizations?
We already know that the Wintel duopoly isn't what it used to be. Sure, mainstream business systems and mid- to high-end consumer systems generally run Windows 7 and have "Intel Inside," but a whole lot of the computers you buy at Walmart run just fine with AMD chips.
A couple days ago, I explained why I was passing my Google Chrome Notebook on to my wife. It was a grand experiment and also a way to make sure that when I used my computer I wasn't still logged in to her Facebook account.
It's not perfect, but the Chrome notebook begs to be used for 1:1 in a school that has embraced Google Apps for Education as their collaboration platform of choice.