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Google unveils Pixelbook Go for $649

Google announced the Pixelbook Go this morning at the Made by Google event in New York City, a follow-up to the original Pixelbook that’s improved in nearly every respect. Among the highlights are an all-metal body with a premium finish and Intel processors under the hood, plus a screen up to 4K in resolution complemented […]

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Google Assistant Starts Rolling Out To More Chromebooks

Google Assistant is Google’s digital assistant software that can typically be found on its Android smartphones, although in the past few years, we’ve seen it expanded to smart speakers. It even made its way to Chromebook devices made by Google, such as the Pixelbook and Pixel Slate, and the good news is that Google has […]

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ARCore’s persistent Cloud Anchors keep AR objects around

It’s been roughly two years since Google launched ARCore, a software development kit for augmented reality apps on Android, iOS, and Chrome OS. The Mountain View company says that to date, it’s been used to create thousands of titles across hundreds of million devices. And this week, it’s set to improve on a number of […]

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Google launches Dart 2.5 with intelligent code completion, Flutter 1.9 with iOS 13 and macOS Catalina support

Google today released Dart 2.5 and Flutter 1.9. Dart 2.5 adds stronger support for calling C code and intelligent code completion, which leverages machine learning to help developers complete their code or identify the API they should use. Flutter 1.9 lets developers build for mobile and web apps from the same codebase. The new version […]

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Chrome OS gets first Chromebook Enterprise devices, faster Admin Console, and managed Linux environments

Google today announced a slew of Chrome Enterprise updates, including a faster Google Admin console and managed Linux environments. The company also unveiled the first Chromebook Enterprise laptops: Dell’s Latitude 5300 for $819 and Latitude 5400 for $699. In August 2017, Google launched Chrome Enterprise for $50 per managed Chromebook per year. The subscription gives […]

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Ditto lets Apple TV mirror 4 Android, Chrome, or Windows screens at once

Apple’s AirPlay technology has long enabled Apple TV users to wirelessly mirror the screen of one iOS or macOS device at a time, but non-Apple devices and multi-screen mirroring were another story. Third-party developer Squirrel today announced a new version of its Ditto Receiver app that adds both capabilities to the Apple TV, including support […]

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Google increases rewards for hacking Chrome, Chrome OS, and Google Play

Google, which has already paid security researchers over $15 million since launching its bug bounty program in 2010, today increased bug bounties across the Chrome Vulnerability Reward Program and the Google Play Security Reward Program. Bug bounty programs are a great complement to existing internal security programs. They help motivate individuals and hacker groups to […]

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