Last month NVIDIA announced that its GeForce Now game streaming service was adding support for Chromebooks, allowing you to stream PC games through a web app, even if you’re using low-end hardware. Now NVIDIA is making it easier to access games you already own, by allowing Chromebook users to sync their Steam game libraries.

Meanwhile Microsoft rolled out a new Insider Preview build of Windows 10 today, bringing a search box to the Default Apps page in the Settings app, and support for mounting and accessing Linux file systems when using Windows. Bose has a bunch of new wireless audio products. And Ars Technica has a review of a new thin and light Linux laptop.

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  1. I’m pleased to see a second generation of Bose Frames. I wear the first generation as my day to day prescription glasses and really enjoy them, but they have some pain points like relatively short battery life, lack of direct controls and styling that’s suited more for sunglasses. These seem to have been addressed in the second generation and I’m particularly liking the 8 hour battery on the sports-oriented model.