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This week in Chrome news: Play Music, Photowall, Google Now, and ...

If you thought last week’s Chrome news were awesome, you will be surprised by all the awesome things that happened this week! Here are the hottest topics this week.

You can now rearrange your Google Bar shortcuts

The Google Bar is pretty cool, but it is still a work in progress. Today Google has fixed one of the most annoying issues. Click through to find out more!

Slingbox support will bring live TV to the Chromecast

Slingbox allows you to use your TV from any device (or location), which made it a very popular product. Wouldn’t it be amazing if it supported Chromecast?

Register for Google IO on April 8-10, here are the details

Google has just published the and the day to sign up is getting closer and closer. In fact, they have also announced when people will be able to sign up.

Upload to Google Play Music straight from Chrome and Chromebooks!

This is huge news. You can now upload music from any Chrome browser… including Chromebooks! Click through to find out how to set it all up.

Google Drive now lets you edit images in Slides and Drawings

Drive is becoming much more complex as it continues to be updated and with the latest update you can even edit images from Slides and Drawings.

Chrome Canary update: improved App Info dialog

The new experimental App Info feature for Chrome continues to be improved. This allows you to see all your app details without accessing the settings or other complicated menus.

What is the difference between Chrome apps and extensions?

Do you know what the difference between Chrome hosted apps, packaged apps and extensions is? Click through to find out.

Google now bringing more support for Windows Phone users

In the midst of the mobile wars, companies still have to play nice with each other if they want their services to be widely used. This is why most of Google’s apps are in iOS, but Windows Phone hasn’t been as lucky (yet). Things are definitely getting better for Windows …

Chrome browser for Windows Phone on the way?

Google is said to be investigating bringing the Chrome browser to Windows Phone. Do you think this will happen? We certainly hope so.