Rumor has it that Chrome OS notebooks will be launching in June or July on a subscription basis.
Reports on Neowin and Ariotech sparked heated discussions about a possible introduction of Chrome OS notebooks by June. There isn't much meat on the bones yet, though, as only unnamed sources are being quoted.
The Chrome OS feature set isn't exactly ready for a broad introduction. We're still missing remoting support, and there are plenty of performance issues. But Google
Are these last-minute changes? Your guess is as good as mine.
The speculation is that Chrome OS notebooks could be launching for a $10 to $20 monthly fee, which is likely to include a limited 3G data plan. We believe that this fee will vary depending on the hardware that's used. It's unlikely that an Intel
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