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Google's and Intel's Chrome OS event
Google and Intel will reveal upcoming changes to the Chrome OS and may show off new Chromebooks. Join CNET for a live blog from San Francisco.
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Welcome to CNET's coverage of today's Intel/Chrome event.
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The formal event is scheduled to start in 25 minutes, at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET.
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Our crew is on site and getting setup. We'll also have a livestream of the event, which you should see at the top of this page.
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Photos are beginning to filter in from our ace photographer, James Martin.
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Seth Rosenblatt and Eric Franklin will be reporting from the event as well.
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We got a preview (presumably) of what to expect at this event last night, when Lenovo announced new Chromebooks:
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We should be starting in about 13 minutes
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Let's pray for Pixel 2!
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Hey everyone. We're ready to report. Just waiting for Intel to actually start the event.
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Here's the news that will be the focus of the event:
Google extends their Intel love affair with new Bay Trail Chromebooks
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Just got the 2 minute warning.
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In that the event will begin in 2 minutes, not end.
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And Shenoy takes the stage
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Intel's Navin Shenoy sets some context:
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it's about computing, and any device does it best with Intel
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"we're aggressively pursuing new form factors"
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fundamentally, that means that we will embrace new operating systems
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5th generation of Chrome devices
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fastest ones are based on Intel
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Intel is the only one that supports 64-bit Chrome devices
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Caesar Sengupta, PM for Chromebooks, now onstage
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Shenoy is following the typical press conference template so far.
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No shame in that, but I can't say I'm excited about what I'm hearing, so far.
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Chrome OS designed to be fast, simple, secure
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Sengupta is delivering the sales pitch: different form factors, built around Google's core services
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"all your stuff is available exactly as you want it, where you want it" - Sengupta
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Sengupta stumbling a bit with his presentation.
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The top six rated laptops on Amazon are all Chromebooks
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