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19
May

Google Play comes to Chrome OS

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So the rumours were true! Android apps are coming to Chromebooks. With the roll out of v53, the Asus Flip , Acer Chromebook R11 and 2015 Pixel will be able to run Google Play allowing them to download Android applications. There is also a list of other models that will be supported sometime in 2016. […]

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19
May

Play Store on Chrome OS Official?

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Yes, the question mark is supposed to be in the title. After yesterday’s keynote and no news on Google’s plans for Chromium and Chrome people were desperate to find out if the play store would be coming to Chrome OS as had been heavily rumoured. We are on site at Google I/O and had planned to […]

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12
May

Two spotlights in CES Asia 2016: VR and AI!

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On May 10th, the second annual CES Asia show kicked off in Shanghai. If you are a tech fan, you won’t be new to CES. Every January, the whole electronics industry makes an exciting pilgrimage to Las Vegas – the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. More than 375 companies from […]

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11
May

The best Web based Workflow Boosters

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Since setting up Flint Innovations and having the freedom to move to productivity tools of my choosing I have been searching for the ultimate Pomodoro app to structure my workflow. Having tried everything from a traditional notepad and pen to dedicated apps I think I have found a set of tools that combines timing , […]

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10
May

Is Chromium becoming the platform for the web?

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With Chrome becoming the most popular web browser on desktop recently, Chromium the open source project that powers it is going from strength to strength. The rapid release cycle of stable updates every 6 weeks and security updates when required, all silently in the background, has enabled Chromium to adapt to user feedback. We all […]

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09
May

Native Chrome OS support for Displaylink Products

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The inevitable rise of the 1 or 2 USB C ported Chromebooks and Chromium devices will soon have a universal docking station enabling them to connect to a variety of displays all through one USB port. Displaylink recently announced native Chrome OS support for their technology which allows multiple monitors to be powered by a […]

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06
May

What is the Most Popular Web Browser? Google Chrome!

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Internet Explorer has long been the reluctant choice of World Wide Web viewers, but today it has finally handed the crown of world’s most popular Web browser over to Google Chrome. According to Web analytics firm NetMarketShare, for the month of April 2016, Google Chrome overtook Internet Explorer as the king of desktop browser with […]

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06
May

Chromium for SBC V0.5 is avaliable!

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The guys over at Chromium for SBC have been making fantastic progress on their build of chromium for the pi 2 and pi 3. The project has been going since December 2015 and includes a core team of 4 developers led by Dylan Callahan. V0.5 “Sam Kinison” is the first release with a build dedicated […]

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05
May

What to expect on Chrome at Google I/O 2016?

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For those creative coders around the world, Google I/O is a dream come true. I/O 2016 is coming to neighbourhood where it all started 10 years ago: Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, May 18-20. What are we going to see at Google I/O 2016? Android N, Chrome OS, Virtual reality, Android Wear, Android Auto, Self-driving […]

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