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Steam support is in the pipeline for Chrome OS

Jan 17th 2020 - In an interview with Android Police last week at CES, Google’s Director of Product Management for Chrome OS, Kan Liu indicated that the Chrome team has been working on Steam support. Now before you get too excited, there was no talk of delivery dates, so don’t go looking for Steam support in the next Chrome …

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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Hands-On: A high-end Chrome OS contender

Jan 17th 2020 - One of the few surprises of CES 2020 for me was the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook, I’ll freely concede it isn’t a groundbreaking new innovation, but it is a step forward for Chromebooks that I didn’t expect out of anyone other than Google. The $999 starting price was the attention grabber for most people as we …

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Picture-in-picture support for YouTube comes to Chrome OS 78

Nov 7th 2019 - The latest version of Chrome OS, version 78, adds picture-in-picture support to its YouTube Android app, as well as improving printer support, and introduces tweaks to the Chrome OS’s settings menus. Early reports tell us that YouTube’s picture-in-picture mode activates whenever the app is minimised or otherwise covered while a video is still playing. Google …

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Google Play starts heading to the Chrome OS stable channel

Sep 22nd 2016 - Google Play support on Chrome OS was only available for those willing to put their devices on the developer channel, but if you’re more of a stability type of person then today is your day. Google Play is now seeding out to Chrome OS stable.

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Chrome OS is getting support for fingerprint scanners

Sep 6th 2016 - In Google’s attempt to inject Chrome OS with more Android, they’re getting ready to add some supporting cast features. New commits to the code for Chrome OS is showing signs of support for fingerprint sensors.

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Google scratched its Play Store, Chrome OS integration announcement

May 19th 2016 - Google’s play to announce Play Store integration with Chrome OS at I/O was mistakenly revealed in a breakout session description. Since the announcement was never made, the session was updated to focus on adding multi-window, keyboard & trackpad support to Android apps.