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Chromebook Review: Months later

“Uh, so it is a chromebook huh?”

         Its been years since Google introduced the Chromebook, a new breed of computer, unlike anything we have seen before except the chrome browser. 698 more words

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Chrome for Android goes almost 'entirely open source'

Launched in September 2008, Google’s Chrome browser is now dominant in its share of the desktop web browser market, with approximately 1 in 4 Internet users interfacing with the web using the browser. 351 more words

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Google Hangouts Chrome app updated w/ redesigned interface, OS X support

Google today updated its Hangouts Chrome app with an entirely new interface. Perhaps more notably than that, the app has support for Mac OS X users in addition to the trio of Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS. 169 more words

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Gartner: Chromebook sales up 24 percent over 2014, still huge in education

Gartner today released the results of a report finding that Chromebooks in 2015 have continued to see double-digit year-over-year growth for Google with education still as the primary market for browser-based computers. 474 more words

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Google's 'Tone' Chrome extension lets you share URLs with nearby computers using only sound

Researchers at Google have today launched a wacky new experimental Chrome extension that lets you share the URL of your current browser tab with nearby Chrome users only using sound.  324 more words

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We told you about Chrome 43 beta back in April, but now Google has pushed it to the stable channel. Not many groundbreaking new features are included with this version, but it does pack Web MIDI support, new security and compatibility fixes, and “a number of small changes to enable developers to build more powerful web applications.” 118 more words

Update

In a Google+ post today by François Beaufort of the Chrome team, Beaufort mentioned the introduction of a long-needed feature to the Chrome OS development channel which allows a window to span multiple displays. 158 more words

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