As the divide between laptops and tablets continues to shrink, word is that Google has already developed its first Chrome-powered touchscreen laptop.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the tech giant's new device would come with cloud computing and could go on sale as soon as this year.
This endeavor would put Google in closer competition with Microsoft, which has already developed its own Windows touch-screen laptops. According to the Wall Street Journal, 25 percent of all Windows 8 laptops sold in the U.S. last month had touch screens.
Microsoft also has a major claim on the low-cost … Read more