Top Tech Stories of the Week: Chromebooks, Amazon, rollApp
Week is almost over, so weekly digest is already arrived. What was the hottest in tech world this week - find out below.
This week Chromebook news popped up from all over the web claiming about new models, new projects and future improvements to come. So here is the most interesting. Welcome new Toshiba Chromebook 2 and learn more why it’s so adorable. As well read the PCMag design, feature, performance review of Acer C720 Chromebook including similar models price comparison.
If you don’t want to buy Chromebook you still can try it for free just to understand if it really fits your needs. The only thing you need is to be a US college student or have a friend there. The Chromebook Lending Library, new project from Google, provides students with library kiosks on college spot, where you can lend any Chromebook for 3 days, just to try out. Isn’t it great? Sounds interesting.
The second place in chart goes to Amazon, who made a big announcement this week, presenting new series of diverse Kindle Fire models. What Kindle fans can expect? It will be a superb quality sub-$100 tablet, two new e-readers, a high-end premium tablet, and even one for kids. Hopefully, this pleasant news will block Fire Phone price “adventure” and is more positive than predicted Amazon attempts to conquer European market.
As rollApp is presented in Amazon App Store we are glad that the Kindle device range is updated, so more apps and more enhancements of our apps to come. And still don’t forget to give us your rate at Amazon store.
Good news are also coming from LibreOffice. Italo Vignoli, who is one of the founders and a member of the Board of Directors of The Document Foundation, mentioned rollApp on his website. We are happy to bring Android users complete experience of LibreOffice productivity suite. You always can work with your favourite office apps in a browser via http://www.rollapp.com/libreoffice.