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The best Chrome news this week (3-21-14)

We have been crazy busy here at Chromespot.com, so we thought we would close out the week with a nice recap of the main topics we covered.

Why developers choose to support Chromecast

Chromecast has quickly become one of the best streaming devices in the market. Why are developers really choosing to support the platform?

8 tips for managing Chrome apps and extensions

Chrome apps and extensions are amazing, but they can also hurt your browser if not handled right. Here are some awesome and simple tips to keep your browsing experience clean!

Acer C720 Chromebook now available from Google Play Store in 4 ne...

The Google Play Store has just made the Acer C720 Chromebook available in 4 new countries. This means you can now get the Chromebook straight fromt he source!

What is Chrome OS Developer Mode?

One of the best things about Chromebooks is that you can take full control of the hardware. In order to do this, one must activate Developer Mode.

Google announces Android Wear – LG G Watch and Moto 360 fir...

Google has just announced Android Wear, a platform that will standardize Android on wearable devices. Here are the details and first announced devices.

Google wants to teach you how to use data with Fusion Tables

Don’t know how to use Fusion Tables? Let Google themselves show you how! You can sign up for Google’s free online course. Hurry up – it won’t be available for long!

Chrome app of the day: Webview Screensaver

We see many Chrome apps come and go, but very few come from popular Googler Fran├žois Beaufort. Beaufort’s apps are usually made with testing in mind, and today’s example is no exception.

How to access Google Drive from your Chromebook

Most of what Chromebooks do revolves around “the cloud” and the internet is an essential part of their performance. This is why Google Drive is so important.

Samsung and HP said to launch Chrome OS All-in-One computers

Did you like the LG Chromebase? If so, you will be glad to learn about the latest rumors, which indicate both Samsung and HP are planning to release All-in-One Chrome OS computers.