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Chromebook owners might soon be saying “OK Google” to their laptops. 

This is according to a snippet of Chrome OS code unearthed by XDA Developers, which indicates that native Google Assistant integration might be coming to Chrome OS devices.

This isn’t entirely new; in fact, Google’s own Pixelbook (arguably the best Chromebook around) natively supports Google Assistant. But if true, it would mean that other Chromebooks would get the power of the Assistant as well — if the manufacturers enable it, that is.  Read more…

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