Daily Crunch: Android phones become earthquake detectors

Google is using accelerometers in an interesting new way, Twitter allows everyone to limit tweet replies and Mozilla announces major layoffs. This is your Daily Crunch for August 11, 2020. The big sto

The good news and bad news of HP’s new AMD Chromebook

Good news: HP made an AMD Chromebook. Bad news: It uses an old chipset. Meet the new HP Chromebook 14. This is one of the first Chromebooks powered by an AMD processor. But don’t get too excited

Google Classroom Launches Chrome Extension So Teachers Can Instantly Share Links With The Entire Class

Google calls Classroom a “mission control for teachers,” allowing them to access all of Google Apps for Education within one central place. Teachers can use the product to chat with studen

8-inch screen, accelerometer: Sony takes the wraps off its updated Vaio P

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IS01: Sharp to roll out Android smartbook

<img src="" /> There's just one Android phone currently available in Japan, one of the biggest mobile markets in the worl

Video: Quick hands-on with the Lenovo Skylight

Lenovo’s Snapdragon-based Skylight smartbook is here at CES (see previous coverage). It’s light – really light. I didn’t have too much time to actually test out anything substantial but the ph

Lenovo Skylight: Snapdragon smartbook is super thin, super light, and pricey

<img src="">Looks like we're about to see Qualcomm's ARM-based Snapdragon platform finally start to take off this year. One of the first devi

Freescale ARM Cortex-A8 tablets! Some less than $200! The future! Now!

<img src="">You know what’s so hot for Y2K10? Tablets. If you want to get just about anybody in the technology jou

Sony VAIO P gets a Windows 7 makeover

Rumor: Tegra-based devices running Chrome OS this month?

Here’s a nice, juicy rumor to start the day off on the right (or wrong) foot. After those recent supposed screenshots of Google’s upcoming Chrome OS, Taiwan’s is now repo

Nokia smartbook in the works?

<img src="" alt="nokia" />Hot on the heels of the recently-reported Nokia Booklet 3G netbook, word on the street is that Nokia's also planning

ASUS doesn't see a clear market for smartbooks

<img src="" alt="smartbook" />Despite being one of the first companies to bring the idea of small, cheap, no-frills computers to market, A

Rumor: Nokia places orders with Taiwan's big netbook and smartbook manufacturers

<img src="" alt="compal" />Even though Nokia and Intel were both relatively tight-lipped yesterday about the actual hardware products that'll