“OK Google, let’s start the Chrome Show.”
So maybe you can’t do that (yet) but you can officially speak to your computer for voice searching and Google Now interaction. Interestingly, Microsoft doesn’t talk about that in their latest Scroogled ads but we have some things to say about them. And Google is pushing mobile web apps with new features in the Chrome Developer Tools, which — if you didn’t know — you have easy access to in Chrome or the Chrome OS.
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Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Kevin C. Tofel
Google beefs up Chrome DevTools to help devs make mobile web apps on Android
Updated Camera app for Chrome went official on Dec. 2 with more features to come
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Thoughts on the Microsoft “Don’t get Scroogled: Chromebooks aren’t real laptops” ad
Is there yet another Acer C720 Chromebook variant coming?
Kevin almost destroyed his Pixel, YIKES!
Extension of the week: Extensity