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Google just made ChromeOS a better fit for tablets and hybrids

We reported earlier that Google was planning to implement split-screen mode while in tablet mode for Android apps in ChromeOS, the firm has now added that feature to its PC OS with Chrome OS 64. Chrome OS 64, aside from also fixing the Spectre issue as well, also improves support on the Android app side […] Read More: Google just made ChromeOS a better fit for tablets and hybrids
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