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Chrome OS is not going anywhere, Google says

The Chrome operating system isn't going anywhere, despite last week's report from The Wall Street Journal that Chrome OS would disappear into Android, said Google on Monday.

Google reportedly to combine Chrome, Android to create single OS

The Wall Street Journal cited sources "familiar with the matter" when it reported Thursday that Google will merge its Chrome OS with its Android mobile OS. The company will finalize the combined OS in 2017, according to the Journal's sources, but it will release a sneak peek in 2016.

Google pushes more enterprise functions to Chromebook

Google announced new features to make its line of Chromebooks more enterprise-ready plus a new Chromebook from Dell.

Are Google's Chromebooks a good fit for the enterprise?

Google's Chromebook is seeing increasing use across enterprises as workers employ its versatility and simplicity for a wide range of tasks.

Skype for Web finally launches – and it's on ChromeOS, too

Microsoft is finally making Skype available on Chromebook and Linux, as well as on browsers everywhere. The long-anticipated Skype for Web is finally available in beta, even though many of the features are not yet live. For Chromebook and Linux users, for now, all Skype for Web offers are instant messaging features. But at least it's a start.

Device proliferation threatens to overwhelm IT pros, survey finds

To help IT pros cope with device proliferation, Dell is updating its KACE K1000 mobility management platform to enable enterprises to discover, configure, secure and manage computers and devices in multi-platform environments.

Toshiba's Chromebook 2 to offer 1080p IPS display option

Toshiba unveils its second-generation Chromebook--a slimmer, lighter device--including a model with a full HD IPS display.

News Scan: Europe to end mobile roaming charges; Most firms to add mobile apps to BYOD devices; more

Check out the hottest mobile IT news for April 3, including the European end to the roaming charge, the future of mobile apps on BYOD devices, Thailand's smartphone shipment surge despite political troubles, the rise of the Chromebook and how some publishers hope to use mobile audio ads.

Cisco, Google sign a deal to bring WebEx to Chromebooks

The low-cost, browser-based device can display web content, but can't run plug-ins like WebEx. That will change, as a result of a deal announced Tuesday.