Chrome Beta for Android’s new contextual search feature

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Chrome beta for Android recently got one of the best features that the app has ever seen. I know it’s a bold statement, but it’s really that impressive. The feature is a built-in search function. You can tap a word in the browser, and Chrome will analyze the word and search for it ...

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Cast football and other live sports with WatchESPN [Chromecast App of the Day]

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Well, it’s practically the fall season. For many of us this means two things: school starting back up and football. If you want to keep up with all of the football action this fall and pretty much every other sport, WatchESPN is your app. You have access too all of the live ESPN channels ...

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HP and Toshiba to release new Chromebooks in October

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HP and Toshiba are releasing updates and new versions of their Chromebook lines soon. Toshiba is releasing a 13.3-in Chromebook in two different variants. Both models will have Wi-Fi (a/c) connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 port, HDMI-out, an SD-Card reader and a 720p webcam. For ...

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Chrome OS to soon feature Android file transfer capabilities

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If you looked through the release notes for the recent beta channel update for Chrome OS you might have noticed the main highlighted feature of MTP support in the files app. For those who don’t know what this means, it’s that you can plug in your Android device and transfer files to ...

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Chrome for Android gets the Material Design Update

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The future of the UI design for all of Google, Material Design, is slowing making its way to some of Google’s products ahead of Android’s L consumer-facing release. The latest update to Chrome browser for Android brings this Material Design approach to the app. Maybe it’s me but I find it ...

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Any.Do announces biggest update ever for its Chrome App

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Any.Do, a popular task manager app, got a big update to its Chrome app this past week. As part of the update users can now create a schedule without an internet connection with everything synchronizing effortlessly whenever data is available. The team at Any.do has worked hard to make sure that ...

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Meet your new podcast app – Pocket Casts [Chromecast App of the Day]

Podcasts are awesome! For those who aren’t familiar, podcasts are essentially talk shows on just about every subject you can think of including tech, sports, movies, music, and gaming. To some, oodcasts enable them to hear opinions on the latest news as quick as possible. For others, ...

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Google+ posts on your TV [Chromecast App of the Day]

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As you no doubt understand by know, Google+ is a great social network that combines all of Google’s services together. And, as you may also know, the official Android was recently updated to make it where you can cast your Google+ stream to your Chromecast. The implementation is very ...

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Cast the TWiT live stream With TWiTcast [Chromecast app of the day]

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If you like the TWiT podcast network, this app of the day is one you cannot miss! For those who may not be familiar with the TWiT network, its a broadcasting company that focuses on pretty much everything tech. They offer shows for everything from Android to Minecraft (seriously). It one of my ...

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Google celebrates six years of Chrome

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Six years ago this week Google released our favorite desktop and mobile browser, Chrome. In just a few short years the web browser has grown to become the most popular browser in the world. What’s more, we have seen it evolve to other places including its own operating system, Chrome OS, ...

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