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Google's Chrome Remote Desktop service, first launched in 2011, is coming to mobile. Today, the company released an Android app that will let users access their desktop computers, whether through a Chrome web app for Mac, PC, and Linux or through Chrome OS itself. Once you've set up your primary machine, you can launch the Android app to connect to it. GigaOm reported a few days ago that the app was in beta testing, but it's now available to anyone with an Android phone or tablet, though doing much with the former will be a little cramped. There's no precise date given for an iOS version, but Google says it will be coming later this year.
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if you're hoping to attend Google I/O, the company's massive annual developers event, today is the day to register. Google just announced that window to sign up will open today at 4PM PT and remain active through April 18th at 2PM PT. Tickets have traditionally been quite hard to come by — I/O 2013 sold out in less than an hour — so Google's trying something different this year. Just as Apple is doing with WWDC '14 registrations, I/O attendees will be picked in a random lottery, so you can get your name in anytime in the next few days and theoretically have just as good a shot as anyone else.
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