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The Google Play Store Is Now Included In Chrome OS And Gives You Access To Android Apps On Your Chromebook
Chrome: The Chrome OS version that packs in the Google Play Store has left beta and is now officially on Chromebooks. The new feature allows you to load up any Android app you want on your Chromebook.
By the end of 2017, it’s almost a certainty that the Google-developed Chrome browser will flag all non-HTTPS sites as “non-secure”. Currently, only HTTPS sites lacking certificates (or out-of-date or incorrectly configured ones) earn the red triangle of doom. But what if Google flicked the switch now? What would the web look like?
Google’s inexorable march towards “a more secure web” continues, with the internet giant recently posting an update regarding the next steps it will take with Chrome to flag “non-secure” websites. 2017 looks like the year things will get serious, with sites featuring data-sensitive form fields and no HTTPS support in the crosshairs.