Coming up this morning at Google I/O 2016 — we're going to get an update on what's new in Chrome OS. Google surprised everyone by talking surprisingly little about Chrome OS during the keynote yesterday, but that doesn't mean there aren't some fantastic developments on the way. This is one of the more anticipated sessions of the week, and it looks like it could set up one hell of a doozy for later in the day. (Android apps on Chrome OS, anyone?)
Unlike they keynote presentation yesterday, this session is going to be recorded by Google but it is not going to be livestreamed. So join us back here at 11 a.m. PT (that's 2 p.m. on the East Coast) as we get this thing done!
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