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At the end of July we saw how close Chrome OS is getting to supporting native Chromecast support in its desktop video player.
Chromium developers have been working on letting third-party filesystems and cloud storage services integrate with the Chrome OS file manager for well over a year.
Vine and Evernote are among the first four Android apps available to install on Chromebooks, with more 'favourite apps' set to arrive in the coming weeks.
Google is working on a new look for 'Hosted Apps' in Chrome OS, one that puts navigational controls directly into the window frame.
The last couple of Chrome OS updates on the developer channel have brought welcome improvements and made some exciting new experimental features available to play with.
A new beta feature offering one-on-one Chromebook support is beginning to appear in the 'Get Help' app on Chrome OS, users report.
The latest developer channel release of Chrome OS adds text filtering to the overview spread, a feature aimed to make it easier to find active apps.
It will soon be possible to send videos from your Chromebook straight to your Chromecast — no special apps or additional extras needed.
Just over a month after our report on the mysterious Project Athena the first working UI has been revealed – albeit in rough form.
Improved support for photo cropping is coming to the Chrome OS Gallery and Image Editor in the near future.
One of the biggest surprises at I/O 2014 was Google's plan to bring select Android apps to Chrome OS later this year. Which apps? That’s entirely up to you.
Android L and sleek new smartwatches may have commanded most attention at Google I/O summit, but Chrome OS also managed to draw a few wows of its own.