Project Crostini gets new features, fixes in Chrome OS 71 Dev Channel

A few tweaks make it easier to share Chrome OS files and folders with the Linux VM in Project Crostini or close down the VM with a click, and you can now see VM resources usage in the Task Manager on your Chromebook.

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Video edits on a Chromebook? Adobe Premiere Rush CC could bring it

Adobe debuted a nice looking video editor for iOS in its Adobe Premiere Rush CC product this week and said it will bring the toolset to Android in 2019. Depending on the implementation, it could bring simple video edits to Chromebooks.

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The Pixel Slate isn’t the only Chrome tablet with a 3K screen: HP Chromebook X2 variant has one too

Here I thought only the Pixel Slate had a 293 PPI display on a Chrome tablet. HP has one too with a Chromebook X2 variant although it’s unclear if and where the device is currently available.

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Google Pixel Slate release date of November 22, says Best Buy

Google hasn’t provided an official release date for the Pixel Slate but earlier today Best Buy was showing availability on November 22. That gives Google time for final software tweaks to Chrome OS.

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First look video: Project Stream beta of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey on the Pixelbook

Here’s a first look at Assassin’s Creed Odyssey in the Google Pixelbook browser. Overall it looks excellent but Google might have some work to do in reducing input lag. Still, this is promising!

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Google adds Wake on Voice function to Pixel Slate before October 9 launch

Need a hands free way to wake up the Pixel Slate? It’s likely you’ll have one since Google recently added a Wake on Voice function to its first Chrome OS tablet, expected to launch on October 9.

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Google Pixel Slate breaks cover along with thin keyboard attachment and pen

Images of the Pixel Slate have leaked, apparently confirming the earlier images of the Nocturne tablet with detachable keyboard. This is looking like a real challenger to Apple’s iPad Pro, depending on price.

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Looks like four Pixel Slate options ranging from Intel Celeron to Core i7, 8 to 16GB of RAM

Expect the Pixel Slate, aka: Nocturne, to have configuration options across a wide range of price points based on benchmark tests showing four different Intel chips and 8 or 16 GB of memory powering Google’s Chrome OS tablet.

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Project Crostini getting simple Linux app uninstall function from launcher icons

Chrome OS will make it easy to uninstall Linux apps from a Crostini container with a new right-click option on the application launcher icon. Of course, you’ll still have the ability to use the CLI for package uninstalls as well.

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Here’s how your Chromebook could play console games in 1080p: Project Stream

Google’s Project Stream is a test of 1080p console gaming over the web using Chrome. Of course, that means you can use a Chromebook too. It may not matter if you don’t have the most powerful device out there since Google is doing the heavy lifting.

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Scrolling on Chrome tablets and Chromebooks in tablet mode will move the top UI off screen

A new feature that shows or hides the top-chrome UIs with page scrolls is coming to Chrome tablets and 2-in-1 Chromebooks in tablet mode. This will show more usable content on the display, just like Chrome on Android does.

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