On the all-Chrome podcast this week, we start out with news of Asus getting into the Chrome hardware market later this year and how Intel’s upcoming new Atom chip could prime the pump for all-day battery life on Chromebooks.
From a personal standpoint, Chris has had a few problems on the Stable channel with his Chromebook while Kevin is enjoying all the new features of the Dev channel. A few new tips are shared — including where to get a Chromebook at a discount — as well as our extension of the week for Chrome and Chrome OS.
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Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Kevin C. Tofel
- Asus plans Chrome hardware for the second half of 2013
- What might Intel’s Silvermont silicon bring to Chromebooks?
- More about that LTE radio in the Pixel
- Tip: Opening tabs in new pages
- Chris’ Chromebook is crashy!
- Kevin is finally rocking the Dev channel and all the great new features it brings
- Extension of the week: Add to Amazon Wish List
- Google Keep is no Evernote, but it’s handy and works offline; it’s a Packaged App!
- Chromebooks can be found for as little at $185.50 at Amazon’s Warehouse
Got questions, tips or tricks for an upcoming GigaOM Chrome Show? Find Kevin on Google+, Twitter (@kevinctofel) or via e-mail (email@example.com)