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Chromebook owners can now unlock their computer with their Android phone

Google today rolled out a new feature for Chrome OS users: Smart Lock. In short, Chromebook owners can now unlock their computer just by having their Android phone nearby. Smart Lock requires a Chromebook running Chrome OS version 40+ and a smartphone (tablets are not yet supported) running Android 5.0 with a lock screen enabled. […]
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