Google is working on new UWB-based features for Chromebooks

Google is developing new features for Chromebooks that use ultra-wideband (UWB) technology

UWB is a wireless communication technology that can transmit data at high speeds and locate objects with high accuracy

UWB can enable Chromebooks to connect with nearby devices, such as smartphones, smartwatches, and smart home appliances

UWB can also allow Chromebooks to unlock automatically when the user approaches, or lock when the user leaves

UWB can enhance the security and convenience of Chromebooks, as well as create new use cases for education, gaming, and entertainment

Google is reportedly working with UWB chip makers and device manufacturers to integrate UWB into Chromebooks and other products

Google is also collaborating with the FiRa Consortium, a group of companies that promote the adoption of UWB technology and standards

Google plans to launch the first UWB-enabled Chromebooks in late 2023 or early 2024, according to sources familiar with the project

Google hopes that UWB will give Chromebooks an edge over competing devices, such as Windows laptops and MacBooks

UWB is expected to become a mainstream technology in the near future, as more devices and applications support it

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