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How to Side-Load Android Apps from “Unknown Sources” on your Chromebook

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One advantage that Android phones have over iPhones is the ability to easily install apps that didn't come from Google's Play Store, without having to root, or jailbreak the phone. Many argue that it's not a great idea, as it opens your phone up to certain risks, and those people would be right. Which is […] Read More

How-To Change Android App Permissions on Chromebook

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If you're an Asus Flip owner, chances are you've switched your device to the Dev channel, and downloaded a few Android apps. I myself have an Asus Flip in my possession (temporarily) and have had a pretty pleasant experience so far with running Android apps. One thing many people have expressed concern about is whether […] Read More

Google introduces Quizzes in apps, Google Cast for education, Cardboard expeditions

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The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2016 conference saw Google introducing some new tools for education which are going to be quite interesting for teachers and the student community. Google Expeditions app The expeditions app was launched for free and comes with Google Expedition kits. The application helps a classroom go on field trips to remote locations around the world using […] Read More

Google Survey Mentions “Chromebook Pro”

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A Reddit user reports that one of the Google Survey's that he was sent mentions "Chromebook Pro". "They asked what a Chromebook Pro should be like in my opinion and what type of people would want to use it. They also asked what the differences between a normal Chromebook and a Chromebook Pro would be." […] Read More

HP Chromebook 11 G5 is Officially Out For Sale

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A few days after the leaked email from HP on their latest addition to the Chromebook series, HP Chromebook 11 G5 is finally for sale in the market. And this time, it's official. Most important specifications of the Chromebook are given below for a quick look. Intel® Celeron® Braswell Processor which promises easy and cheap […] Read More

How Much Storage Do I Have Left On My Chromebook?

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Have you ever wondered how much storage you had left on your Chromebook? Well, you've always been able to tell, by opening the Files app and clicking on the options icon. But now, if you're on the Developer channel, you can enable a flag which will give you a Storage option in your Chrome settings […] Read More

Asus Chromebook on Developer Channel, but no Google Play Store? Read This.

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Google recently announced at their Developer I/O conference that they were bringing the Google Play Store (Android apps) to Chromebooks. They told us that the Asus Chromebook Flip, Acer R11, and 2015 Google Pixel would all receive the goods first, on version 53 of the Developer channel. Much to the disappointment of Pixel and Rll […] Read More

HP Chromebook 11 G5 Leaks With Braswell Processor and Optional Touchscreen

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The latest in HP's Chromebook 11 line, the G5 has leaked online, semi-officially though HP website. Apart from the change in the processor and an optional touchscreen, things are not very exciting. After getting a lot of praise for their Chromebook 13 G1, the latest Chromebook from HP is a refresh of their Chromebook 11 […] Read More

CTL®’s New and Improved Education Chromebook – NL61

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CTL® has announced its new classroom Chromebook- NL61, a much improved avatar of its previous version, NL6. NL61 claims to have a much faster Intel Braswell processor with a 14 hour battery backup. The 11.6-inch anti-reflective screen minimizes glare and it comes with a built-in virus protection with multiple layers of security and verified boot […] Read More

Older Chromebook Models Approaching Official EOL Date

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Back in 2014, Google announced that they would be officially updating Chromebooks for 5 years after their release date. This seemed reasonable, as it's quite similar to Microsoft's Windows life cycle, and certainly better than Apple's Mac OSX life cycle. It seems even more reasonable when you consider that the CR-48 is still receiving updates, […] Read More

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