Motorola’s new Moto X phone may be the first handset to come with its own custom Chrome extension. We discuss what it does, as well as the new touch features found in Chrome Canary. More Chrome OS hardware hints have surfaced in Chromium code and our extension of the week is sure to be a hit with Android handset owners that have the newest Camera application.
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Chrome Canary brings touch browsing features to touchscreen PCs
Say hi to Kirby, a new piece of test hardware for Chrome OS
Motorola has a new extension for Chrome, just in time for the new Moto X
More about that Chromecast and how to use it on the go
Extension of the week: Photosphere