Some packaged apps were able to take advantage of USB-connected hardware, but if Google's figures are right, it seems like not many people cared for them. "We will be removing support for packaged and hosted apps from Chrome on Windows, Mac, and Linux over the next two years".
Google is yet to make an official statement but it has removed the "Apps" section from Chrome and has started emailing developers about the same, leaving only the "extensions" and "themes" tab to choose from.
If you're wondering whether you'll miss out on much, don't worry: as Ars Technica noted, many Apps were essentially little more than bookmarks for webpages, with the added benefit of being able to access them from various parts of Chrome's interface.
Francis Ngannou's Coach Wants Fight With Anthony Joshua In 2018
Miocic also enters the fight on a five fight winning streak and he hasn't suffered a defeat in over three years. His last four victories have all come in the first round, all ending within the first two minutes.
Google on Wednesday made good on its promise to rid of Chrome Apps.
In order to enable a more seamless transition from Chrome Apps to the web, Chrome will not fully remove support for Chrome Apps on Windows, Mac or Linux until after Desktop PWA installability becomes available in 2018. "Another update will be posted here when a new date for the Chrome Apps EOL on Windows, Mac, and Linux has been finalized".
Google says it is "roughly targeting mid-2018" for PWA desktop apps. With the shutdown of Chrome Apps, Google is working to bring Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to the desktop.
Australia officially legalizes same-sex marriage
The government has appointed a panel to examine how to safeguard religious freedoms once gay marriage was a reality in Australia. In the end, only four people did not support the bill. "What a day for love, for equality and respect", Mr Turnbull said.
The web giant revealed in 2016 that it planned to phase out Chrome Apps in 2018. PWAs already work on Samsung's own web browser on its Android smartphones and Android versions of Firefox and Opera.
"We also recognize that Desktop PWAs will not replace all Chrome App capabilities", Google told developers (via ArsTechnica). Microsoft already announced that it's bringing PWAs to Windows 10, while Apple is in early stages to bring it to the Safari web browser.
This is the companion extension for the Chrome Remote Desktop website (https://remotedesktop.google.com).
Rally to preserve Net Neutrality
The public relies on the Internet for many important daily functions, including educational research and political organizing. Internet companies, consumer-advocacy groups and Democratic officials have generally been in favor of net-neutrality rules.