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Google brings Android apps to Chrome OS, starts off slow

At Google I/O the Android and Google community were in awe at Google’s plans for the future. We saw Android L, Material Design, screen mirroring for Chromecast, Android TV and Android Auto. Something else that came out of the Google I/O conference was the long-awaited hope and dream...
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Chrome beta includes WebRTC support for Android

Google announced Chrome 29 beta for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android today. And for Android, the update includes WebRTC support and the Web Audio API. Web Audio is a “high-level JavaScript API for processing and synthesizing audio.” The API bridges the gap between typical...
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Cube Slam

Google introduces the latest Chrome Experiment, ‘Cube Slam’

‘Cube Slam‘ is the latest browser game to hit Google‘s Chrome Experiments page. The game pits two friends face-to-face in a Pong-style match-up. ‘Cube Slam‘ was built using WebRTC, allowing for video chat capabilities without the need for plug-ins or additional...
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Roll It

Google releases two new games for Chrome

Google unveiled two new games for the Chrome browser today, the latest in a string of creative endeavors included in the Chrome Experiments. Both games offer up the ability to compete with others using phone, tablets and computers running Chrome. “Roll It” is a classic skee-ball...
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chrome-notifications

Google Unleashes ‘Rich Notifications’ for Chrome with Google Now Style

Starting today, Google has rolled out some beautiful little “rich notifications” for our much-loved Chrome browser. These notifications act as Google Now style cards, to let you see notifications for, Gmail, Hangouts, Calendar events, Drive, Spotify, as well as other apps...
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Google Now Heading to Chrome OS and Windows Soon

Google Now has probably become the best application to be implemented into Android. We all love it. We love how much it helps us in our daily lives. Now it seems that the application we love will be hitting our desktops. Yep. Google Now notifications right from your browser. Chromium...
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Google+ Photo App Maybe Coming To A Chrome Browser Near You

The ever so popular Francois Beaufort has just released some images of a new Google+ photo app that is in the works for the Google Chrome browser. There isn’t much detail given about the app and only a handful of images were shared. From what we can tell this will mainly function...
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Google Drive Third-Party Apps in Chrome

Google integrates third-party Drive-Enabled apps to Google Drive on the Web

Google Drive isn’t anything new to an Android user. It is Google’s approach to the cloud with a lot of functionality. It has slowly become more and more useful with the inclusion of third-party app support on our Android devices. Google has announced today that Drive users...
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Google Chrome Remote Desktop

[Chrome Web App] Chrome Remote Desktop leaves beta tag and gets new Features

Yes, I know this isn’t exactly 100% Android related, but it is still fairly relevant. Google has removed the Beta tag that has been attached to their Remote Desktop app in the Chrome Store.  The service allows you to remotely connect to one PC from another. This is particularly...
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Arcane Legends

First cinematic game teaser rolls out for new Action-RPG Arcane Legends

There is a company out there named Spacetime Studios. Many of you should know them fairly well. They are the minds behind Pocket Legends, Star Legends and Dark Legends. All three games are extremely popular free-to-play MMO style games set in three different themed setting and story...
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lego-build

Google Teams up with Legos to bring Lego Building to Chrome

Who did not like legos when they were a kid? If you did not like legos, you must have been that kid that dipped his fries in mayo. I remember spending many ours trying to create some sort of structure with legos. It did not always work out, but I had a blast doing it. Seeing now how...
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