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My Toshiba Chromebook 2 is in !

Though it’s been on the market in the US since the end of last year, the Toshiba Chromebook 2 has only just been released here in The Netherlands. 695 more words

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Google Will Now Pay You to Kill Bugs Year-Round

Google is making its annual contest to find vulnerabilities in Chrome a year-round affair. The security contest known as Pwnium previously awarded cash prizes to developers once a year who found bugs in the Chrome browser or the Chrome operating system. 23 more words

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Google unveils a redesign after 1,000 Chrome Experiments

Chrome Experiments is now entering its sixth year and is home to hundreds of coding experiments that help to make the Internet a more fun and enjoyable place. 39 more words

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5 Chromebook tips and tricks to fine-tune your productivity

While Chrome OS started life as a simple, stripped-down browser and little else, Google’s operating system now has tons of tools, tweaks, and customizations that let you tailor your Chromebook to your specific workflow needs.These tips will show you how to make the most of those tools and start getting stuff done on your Chromebook. 7 more words

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Google publishes, then pulls, video confirming Chromebook Pixel 2 is on the way

We’ve seen evidence recently that Google has a second-generation Pixel Chromebook, but the Mountain View company has finally (seemingly accidentally) confirmed that the machine is on its way. 153 more words

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Google has updated several online security features to help protect users from malicious sites and content. Chrome has gained new warnings about sites that attempt to fool users into downloading unwanted software, providing an option to go back to the previous page and avoid these types of sites. 56 more words

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Chromebooks

I took an interest in Chromebooks about a year ago (late 2013) wondering what the benefit of a web-only-ish laptop was.  At the time I found a deal for a refurbished Acer C720 for only $160 and took the plunge.   1,871 more words

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