Chrome Show: First hands-on with the 1080p Samsung Chromebook 2

The Chrome Show 2014

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Google took another step in making Chrome a desktop replacement this past week by integrating native files in the OS X Finder with Chrome apps. Windows support is in the works and for now, you’ll need Chrome Canary to open local files in the Finder with a Chrome app. After spending a full week with the Dell Chromebook 11, we have more detailed thoughts to share; there’s a lot to like! And the first hands-on impressions of the Samsung Chromebook 2 with 1080p display are hitting the web.

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SHOW NOTES:

This week’s Chrome Show is sponsored by The MidRoll

Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel

Google integrates Chrome apps with the Finder on OS X

Longer term thoughts of the Dell Chromebook 11

First look at the 1080p Samsung Chromebook 2

Google’s new Chrome Experiment can make you a better speller

The Dev channel has a new “Paste into Folder” menu item in Files

Remote lock, erase and location of a Chromebook may be coming

Google seems to be testing Chromecast screen mirroring for Android (again)

Extension of the week: Ballloon

Chrome Show Survey: http://www.podsurvey.com/chrome

 

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