PCWorld Show Episode 40: Android on Chrome OS, EVGA goes overboard, and Intel Coffee Lake

Also: Will people start playing Pokémon Go again?

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It’s a show-and-tell episode as Melissa Riofrio and Gordon Mah Ung join host Jon Phillips to show off some cool hardware and discuss tech topics of the day.

On tap:

  • Melissa shows us Samsung’s Chromebook Pro, which can run Android apps out of the box!
  • Gordon shows off EVGA’s latest GeForce GTX 1080 card with an over-the-top iCX cooler and no fewer than nine thermal sensors.
  • The crew then discusses whether Moore’s Law is truly being repealed as Intel confirms it will introduce an unprecedented fourth CPU using its 14nm process.
  • And in this week’s Right or Wrong: Will new Pokémon Go characters actually get people to wander parks like zombies again?

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