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New Android One devices on the way and Google’s giving manufacturers more freedom than ever

Google’s head of business development for Chrome and Android partnerships Mike Hayes says that new Android One devices will be coming to market from a range of manufacturers this year. Confirmation came in an interview with The Economic...Show More Summary

Nasty piece of Android malware monitors texts, browser history and banking information

There's a new piece of nasty Android malware floating around that Android users should be on the lookout for. Masquerading as a update for Google's mobile Chrome browser, the malware is hosted on webpages designed to look like they are...Show More Summary

Here’s how to re-enable merged apps and tabs in Chrome

A new Xposed module will re-enable the ability to merge apps and tabs in Chrome for Android.

Android Circuit: New Galaxy Note 6 Leaks, Samsung's S7 Edge Gamble, Android's Walking Dead Finale

This week’s Android Circuit includes Samsung's two Galaxy Note 6 designs, the phablet's monster battery, an opening for the South Korean company to advance on Apple, a review of the OnePlus X, Android apps coming to Chrome, MS Exchange coming to Gmail, Marshmallow finally arriving on the Blackberry Priv, and the final episode of 'Walking Dead Michonne' arriving on Android.

Avoid This Fake, Data-Stealing Chrome Update

A fake update to Chrome for Android is tricking users into exposing their call and text logs and banking information.

Google breaking down barriers between platforms (GOOG, GOOGL)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Mobile Industry Insider subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Google may be looking to add support for Android apps from the Google Play store on Chrome OS, its laptop...Show More Summary

It's Time For Android and Chrome OS To Merge

The future of computing is hybrid. Phones have become tablets. Tablets have become desktop computers with keyboards. Hell, Microsoft even made Windows phones powerful enough to be used as full-fledged PCs. Bottom line: A gadget in 2016 needs to be flexible. That’s why Google bringing every single Android app to Chrome would be such a big deal . Read more...

Google may soon bring 1 million Android apps to Windows

Ars Technical reports that there is evidence that Android apps in the Chrome browser is set for a huge upgrade soon, with ChromeOS code including the string: Choose from over a million apps and games on Google Play to install and use on your Chromebook. ChromeOS settings also includes a new tick box “Allow Android […]

Chrome OS could be gaining support for Android apps and the Google Play Store

Right now, Chrome OS is technically capable of running some Android apps thanks the “App Runtime for Chrome (ARC)” project that Google implemented. For some Chrome OS users, though, that might not be enough Android app love. Luckily for those folks, it looks like a big change is coming down the [...]

Try Windows Ink on Windows 10, Run Android Apps on Your Chromebook… [Tech News Digest]

Windows Ink lands on Windows 10, Google teases Android apps for Chrome OS, even Steve Wozniak thinks Apple should pay more tax, Spotify finds your Game of Thrones match, and follow the Olympic Torch on Twitter. Windows Ink Arrives on...Show More Summary

Chrome OS might soon get access to the Google Play Store’s millions of Android apps

Google looks to be expanding Android apps tremendously in Chrome OS sometime soon. Hints of Google Play support for Chrome OS were unintentionally revealed to some users.

Google's Android Play Store and apps could be headed for Chromebooks - CNET

Screenshots posted by Reddit users support rumours of closer integration between Android and Chrome OS.

Android Apps Might Be Heading to Chromebooks

Currently, Chromebooks run apps off the Chrome Web Store, as well as select Android apps in an experimental runtime. But according to details in the latest developer build of Chrome OS, compatability for Android’s millions of apps could be coming. Read more...

Google Play Store may be coming to Chrome OS

As Google I/O draws near, it looks like big things are in the works for Chrome OS. Google has been working on getting Android apps on Chrome for a while. We saw the release of the ARC Welder tool in April 2015, helping developers port Android apps to Chrome OS. Show More Summary

Google now lets you save pages to Keep on desktop and Android

Turns out Inbox isn’t the only app Google had updates for today. The company announced a few new features for Keep – its note-taking app – that should help make a bit more sense of your reminders and tasks. First up, a new Chrome extension allows you to add a link to save directly in Keep, along with some information about the site. Show More Summary

Google Keep Gets Better at Sharing, Sheets Improves Charts

Google today updated its Keep and Sheets applications for Android devices. The latest version of Keep improves thanks to a new sharing tool that, when tapped, includes an option to create a new note in Keep. When using Chrome, the note will automatically include the URL for the current web page. Show More Summary

Google Keep's new Chrome extension makes saving from the web much easier

Google is rolling out some nice update to its Keep note taking product both on the web and Android. It's now easier to save items from the web with Keep's new extension for Chrome, which allows you to save a website, or part of one, with just the click of a button. Show More Summary

Chrome for Android is getting a Material Design bookmarks widget, ditches grid layout for list view

3 weeks agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

The Chrome bookmarks widget has long been in need of an overhaul and it looks change is coming. The Chrome Dev release is showing a new widget that ditches the old grid layout for a Material Design list view.

Signal’s encrypted messaging app for desktop is now open to all

Four months after it launched in closed beta, Open Whisper Systems’ Signal messaging app for desktop is now available to all. You can grab Signal from the Chrome Web Store and login using your Android device with the mobile app installed. Show More Summary

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