In recent years, Android releases on ChromeOS have followed a pattern of launching a new OS version roughly every other year. That pattern is set to continue, with Chromebooks set to make the jump from Android 11 to Android 13 soon, complete with Material You Dynamic Colors.
Days after unveiling its efforts on “Bard,” an AI-powered and Google Search enhanced chatbot, Google has begun working to bring Bard to ChromeOS. Update: Google appears to be undoing some of its work related to Bard for Chromebooks.
Minecraft is one of the most popular games on the planet, and it’s available on a lot of different devices, too. Chromebooks, though, have never had official support for Chromebooks, with many turning to hacky methods to run the game instead.
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