Chromebooks

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Google and Adobe to bring Photoshop to the Chromebook

Chromebooks were designed to be easy-to-use and always-connected devices. You usually don’t have to worry about viruses and you rarely have to worry about losing documents because they weren’t saved locally. While it seems like Chromebooks would be the perfect option for people going to school or traveling, there have always been some limitations to […]
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Run any Android app on your Chromebook with a bit of hackery

Only a week ago Google had announced the first set of Android apps that will run on Chromebooks — such including Vine and Evernote. Developer Vladikoff wasn’t satisfied with the slim choices that Google revealed and set out to get any Android app working with Chromebooks, with great success. While analyzing how Google loaded their […]
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Chromebooks get some Android love, apps and notifications

Normally at Google I/O the presentations and announcements are centered around Google’s two main platforms: Android and ChromeOS. This year was somewhat different, with sub-platforms like Google Fit, Android Auto and Android Wear joining the fray. Another new addition this year is a unique bridge between Android and ChromeOS – soon you’ll be able to […]
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Google adds offline movie and TV playback to Chromebooks

On Thursday Google released a new Movies and TV Chrome App that will allow owners of Chromebooks to watch movies and tv shows purchased through Google Play when they are not connected to the internet. The update also adds Info Cards that will pop up when you pause select shows and movies within the Chrome […]
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