#TechTalkTuesday: Here’s How the New Chromebook Will Change the Game

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Chromebooks first launched for the general public who wanted quick, secure and easy computer technology. From the security point of view, it has built-in anti-malware protection which updates itself. On comparing devices bought by schools in the US, the Google creation has become some of the most popular.

After the number of suggestions for modification, it’s been announced that the latest Google Chromebooks will be updated with the newest capabilities, including more application running capabilities, using Office files, and more offline capabilities. Google has decided to launch these high-end Chromebooks by the end of this year, also adding Google Play to these new Chromebooks.

In addition to the rest of the updates, Chromebooks will be Android-app compatible. Users will also be able to make Skype calls and edit work files with greater ease. They’ll also be perfect for developers to use.

At a meeting during Google I/O, the corporation announced that they were working with associates like Samsung to come up with better devices. The conference as a whole focused on innovations that Google was working on, including the introduction of Android apps on Chrome OS, as per those applications often need hardware modules which a Chromebook doesn’t have.

They said that a “new hardware” is launching later this year that will support Android Apps on Chrome OS.

For the moment, Android Apps on Chrome will only be accessed by the Chrome Dev channel, although they are introducing three Chromebooks in June. Google is not reasonably promising to a tough timeline for as soon as everyone will see Android apps on a Chromebooks.

Check out the original article on Tech.co here.

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