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XDA Developers Jun 20
Chrome OS 77 will have Google Assistant enabled by default
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Tyler Schmidt Jun 21
The in-laws old is alive again thanks to | & . Works great!!! 👍🏻
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onlinesitestore Jun 20
Google had made its last tablet
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PAT VILLACERAN Jun 22
We have a movement in the shift towards . It's the perfect time for team to start having their programs compatible with this new software.
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rektide de la fey Jun 19
Replying to @rektide
in the repo, but Sommelier is a general purpose nested server with XWayland integrated ((X11 on wayland), for launching secure isolated Waylands. maybe easier than DIY XWayland, & secure too!
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onlinesitestore Jun 21
Google getting out of the tablet game was inevitable (and smart)
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Eduardo 20h
Does (you know, ) support sideloading APKs yet, without enabling developer mode? if so, any suggestions on how? Thanks.
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Brief Tech. Jun 21
announces that it will no longer make any tablet devices; will support partners. Google's and teams will be working with the partners on tablets for all segments of the market.
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chromium_bot 13h
ARM Build 20190624010101 compiled. Yay! Download from . Usage at
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Power Tech Builds Jun 23
No more tables! 📱 Read article link in bio
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£€a〽 Jun 17
Chipped a nail during all u can eat crab...
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Maxwell Bloch Jun 21
just updated, and left me with Docs and Play Store pinned (when they hadn't been). Before unpinning, I opened My Apps.... And It Didn't Take 10 Seconds
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Úchèńnà Ogbújí Jun 19
Logging into on is seriously broken.
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koko256 Jun 20
Are we getting 75 anywhere soon (expected the 6/11)?
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MiGuεl CaRvAjAl ® Jun 21
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Ishan Goswami Jun 21
Excited to try a new OS with the Google environment. Also, retail therapy.
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ymmot Jun 18
Replying to @olearyxyz
what kept me using a browser before was the fact that I *was* using on the daily, so that is self explanatory. Now that the Chromebook bit the dust, no need for a browser on this . , ,
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Citrix Endpoint Management Jun 21
Sending some Tech Insight your way ⬇️ Today, we're walking through the conceptual architecture & admin experience for managing devices with Citrix Endpoint Management service.
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mychromebook Jun 22
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Garrett Klein Jun 22
Replying to @mohaneds
What Android device are you using to test? Also love how Chrome on works so well in the department.
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