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Google: Chrome apps must work offline by end of year

Google: Chrome apps must work offline by end of year

Chrome apps are easy to use, but you might have an issue or two with your sin the near future. Google has changed their apps program for Chrome a touch recently, blocking all apps downloaded outside of the Web Store. Now the company is depreciating legacy packaged apps, which might be what you’re using when you open up a Chrome app.

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Android apps on a Chromebook?! You bet

Android apps on a Chromebook?! You bet

Chrome is one of those Google services you don’t think much about. Chromebooks are one of the easiest ways to consume as much Chrome as possible, but at I/O we found out that it might be a new way to consume Android as well. With Chromebooks, it’s going to be possible to run Android apps on Chrome OS in the near future.

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ASUS Chromebook C300 goes up for pre-order, too

ASUS Chromebook C300 goes up for pre-order, too

Following the smaller C200, ASUS has also put its slightly larger and more expensive C300 Chromebook up for pre-order, targeting those who want a bigger display and a greater storage capacity. The estimated shipping time is "end of May."

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Asus Chromebook C200 available for pre-order

Asus Chromebook C200 available for pre-order

ASUS's Chromebook C200 has gone up for pre-order priced at the common Chromebook price point of $249 USD. According to the Amazon listing, the laptop will begin shipping on June 26, and with it will come a roster of specifications akin to that of other Chrome OS-toting devices.

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Chromebook support boosted to 5 years

Chromebook support boosted to 5 years

The number of years a company is willing to support a product is an important part of the decision-making process for some, with too little support negating the value of the product. Until now, Google has vowed a minimum 4 years of support for Chrome OS devices, but that will be changing soon.

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HP Chromebook 11 mystery model surfaces

HP Chromebook 11 mystery model surfaces

A Reddit user going by the name "lachlanlikesathing" went to his local electronics store in Australia in search of an HP Chromebook 11. His search turned out to be fruitful in more than one way: he received an HP Chromebook 11, but it seems to be an unannounced model.

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LG Chromebase release hits USA for all-in-one Google

LG Chromebase release hits USA for all-in-one Google

There’s an all-in-one with Google’s operating system Chrome OS headed for the United States this week - the LG Chromebase. Launched in secret to several retailers and reiterated at a special Intel-based event, LG’s first desktop computer running Chrome has arrived. This device has been released in Australia, of all places, earlier this year, and is just now ready for the USA.

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Google Stars spilled: collections for your internet things

Google Stars spilled: collections for your internet things

This week the system known as Google Stars - also known as Google Collections - has been revealed in enough detail that we’re able to move forward with some thoughts. Though not entirely public, Google has let loose a few details in code on what Google Stars might be, and how it might be integrated with several services in play already. Google addict Florian Kiersch has done the lion’s share of investigation into this system - we’ve had a chat with him this afternoon about his findings.

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Chrome OS “Easy Unlock” feature surfaces

Chrome OS “Easy Unlock” feature surfaces

Chromebooks are simple devices, and if a yet-unfinished feature that has surfaced ever comes to fruition, they could get even simpler. "Easy Unlock" is a feature that unlocks a user's Chromebook automatically when his or her smartphone is nearby.

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Chrome Remote Desktop for Android hands-on

Chrome Remote Desktop for Android hands-on

While we’re not attempting to suggest that the Android version of Chrome Remote Desktop is perfect right off the bat, it is pretty excellent that we’re already able to launch Titanfall. This app is very similar to what we’ve seen with the Chrome version of the app, allowing you to connect your computers with an internet window. Here we’re allowed to control our computers from anywhere with a mobile device as well.

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Chrome OS adds onscreen keyboard: tablet, convertible possibilities tapped

Chrome OS adds onscreen keyboard: tablet, convertible possibilities tapped

Keyboards on the screen of your computer are only really helpful when you have no physical keyboard in front of you. Instead of hunting and pecking on a display, it’s (almost) always faster to type on a physical keyboard - and it wouldn’t make sense to type on a screen when your keyboard is closer. So why has Google added an onscreen keyboard for Chrome OS?

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Samsung Chromebook 2 hits pre-orders in two sizes

Samsung Chromebook 2 hits pre-orders in two sizes

It’s time for Samsung’s push of their newest wave of Chromebooks in the devices known as "Chromebook 2." Despite the simple name, these devices are hardly small potatoes, coming in both 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch display sizes with HD and Full HD resolutions and LED technology. Both devices work with light chassis, 16GB of storage, and 4GB RAM as well.

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