Chrome Show: ChromeBleed checks for HeartBleed issues before you surf insecurely

The Chrome Show 2014

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After finding out how widespread the HeartBleed security issue is, it only made sense to find a Chrome extension to help the situation. There are a number of good ones but we chose ChromeBleed because it also works in Google searches, showing which sites may still have server vulnerabilities before you even visit them. Meanwhile, the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e Chromebook is looking good in tablet mode while Microsoft ended its Scroogled campaign just in time to add Office Online app shortcuts to the Chrome Web Store.

Join us for this week’s podcast as we discuss those topics as well as some great new features in Chrome Beta for Android and new Chromecast apps here now and coming soon.

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Today’s Chrome Show episode is sponsored by New Relic.

Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel

Lenovo’s ThinkPad Yoga 11e Chromebook is closest yet to a Chrome tablet

Microsoft adds Office “apps” to the Chrome Web Store

Oh Snap! Google adds a Windows 7 function to Chrome OS

Chrome Beta for Android gets an undo close tab feature

Google gets in on the death of XP craze

Nice tip to launch Chrome apps from the keyboard (h/t to Gregory Dillon)

Need a Chrome device comparison tool? Check out the one from ChromeUP

Player FM and Rocket Player get Chromecast support, Aereo will get it in May.

App / Extension of the week: ChromeBleed

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