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Dell announces new XPS 15, XPS 17, and Alienware laptops with 10th Gen Intel chips and InfinityEdge displays

Today, Dell announced a number of new XPS and Alienware laptops. The Dell XPS 17 and XPS 15 are the company's newest high-end laptops. They feature USB-C ports and 16:10 "InfinityEdge" displays. Alienware is Dell's gaming brand and m17 and m15 include the 10th Gen Intel chips and updated graphics. Dell XPS 15 & XPS 17The...

Dell XPS 13 gets a 2020 refresh with 10th Gen Intel Ice Lake chips and Ubuntu-based Developer Edition

Just a few days ahead of CES 2020, Dell has lifted the covers off the updated Dell XPS 13 — a thin and light 13.4-inch notebook featuring 10th-Gen Intel Core Ice Lake processors. Along with the new processors, the device features a new display with a 16:10 aspect ratio and minimal bezels on the bottom,...

28 older Chromebooks now support Linux apps

More Chromebooks from Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Samsung have received Linux app support. The change, which landed Thursday, will apply to some Chromebooks that released in 2015-2017, running Intel Braswell architecture and Kernel 3.18.As expected, the Chrome developers have dutifully backported Linux app support to [some more!] older Chromebooks. This update brings support...

18 Chromebooks from Acer, Asus, Lenovo, & Dell receive Linux app support

Eighteen Chromebooks based on Intel Apollo Lake architecture, which includes many from brands such as Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Dell, get Linux app support in one fell swoop. In a change that landed Wednesday morning, the developers switched on Linux app support for all Apollo Lake Chromebooks under the baseboards Reef and Coral. See below for a...

Here’s a list of Chromebooks with Linux app support

Linux apps on Chrome OS made their debut on the Google Pixelbook at Google I/O this year. Since then, support has come quietly to more Chromebooks, new and old. Here's a list of all the Chromebooks that support the functionality.Linux apps on Chrome OS This is a new feature that allows users to start up Linux...