Google's 'Super Sync Sports' marries mobile Chrome to desktop for goofy gaming

Google's 'Super Sync Sports' marries mobile Chrome to desktop for goofy gaming

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Google's experimenting with gaming once more, this time through its mobile phone-based Chrome browser, today introducing "Super Sync Sports" via its web-based client. The cheeky sports game asks that you input a code to the mobile version of Chrome that enables touch control for the game on your desktop,...
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