Chrome Show: Windows apps on Chromebooks are coming, but for who?

The official Chromecast(s goog) SDK is just over a week old and already some interesting new apps are arriving. You can now ‘cast YouTube videos from a Windows Phone and there’s some experimental mirroring from Android devices on display. New Chromebooks may also be on the horizon from Asus and thanks to VMWare, businesses can run Windows(s msft) desktops in the cloud for Chrome OS devices.
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New Asus Chromebooks coming: What are the C200 and C300?
Drag and drop apps and app folders in Chrome Dev look like Android
Android mirroring coming to Chromecast? Yes, but from who?
Tube Cast for Windows Phone
Google announces official EOL Chrome OS device policies
Chromebooks to run Windows apps? Not quite in the way you might think
Chromebook tip: Hold Shift when opening a Chrome app and it will open in its own window.
App / Extension of the week: Screencastify