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Here come the holidays! Tune in to this week’s podcast for our recommended Chromebook and five extensions that would make a great gift package. We also discuss how Google made Chrome for Android faster and a new web-based development tool for web apps.

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We’re heading into the holiday season and there are several Chromebooks that would make great gifts. Which one would we recommend right now? The answer could surprise you. We also round up five extensions and apps for new Chromebook owners and tell you how to add “OK Google” voice commands to your device.

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Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Kevin C. Tofel


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  1. Just found the podcast a few weeks ago from a G+ post, and have to say, I look forward to the next every week. Thanks for putting it out there.

    Whenever feedback is brought up, I feel like I should say something, but I don’t just live Chrome. It’s a mix of Android devices, a Chromebook, and a Manjaro Linux laptop running Chromium browser, so here’s a app that works on all of them; Pushbullet [https://www.pushbullet.com/] for sending small file and links between devices with push notifications. Brilliant!

    Happy belated Thanksgiving, and keep up the good work.

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