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Google Chromebooks will more easily sideload Android apps with Chrome OS 80

Google Chromebooks will more easily sideload Android apps with Chrome OS 80

Chromebooks are able to run Android apps, but mostly just ones from the Google Play Store — if you wanted to install something that’s not officially sanctioned, you’d generally need to flip your device into a far less secure Developer Mode and/or beam it over from a tethered phone. That won’t be the case with…
HP’s new Chromebooks support the universal stylus standard

HP’s new Chromebooks support the universal stylus standard

HP’s latest Chromebooks, the x360 12b and 14b, are the company’s first to support the Universal Stylus Initiative (USI), the new standard that lets compatible styluses work seamlessly across a range of different devices. The Chromebooks have been released as part of a first wave of USI 1.0 devices, meaning they should be compatible with…
Some Chromebooks mistakenly declared themselves end-of-life last week

Some Chromebooks mistakenly declared themselves end-of-life last week

no more upgrades for you. sike — Users on the Canary or Dev builds of ChromeOS got a nasty shock last week. Jim Salter - Sep 9, 2019 9:51 pm UTC Enlarge / If your new Chromebook told you it's past EOL, don't panic—as long as you were running Canary or Dev, that is. (If…
Chromebooks could soon get face unlocking, starting with the Pixelbook 2 – TechRadar

Chromebooks could soon get face unlocking, starting with the Pixelbook 2 – TechRadar

News Chromebooks could soon get face unlocking, starting with the Pixelbook 2 (Image credit: Google) We’ve officially heard from Google that its upcoming Pixel 4 flagship smartphone will feature Apple-esque face unlocking thanks to a complicated array of sensors and camera systems on the front of the phone, but that might not be the only…

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Autoblow AI is a sex toy that promises ‘surprise’ – Engadget

Autoblow was started back in 2008 with its first eponymous product that sought to mechanically simulate oral sex. Creator Brian Sloan went on to crowdfund backing for the Autoblow 2 in 2014, with additional campaigns for two more hardware revisions, the 2+ in 2016 and 2+XT in 2017. All of them blew past their initial…

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