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Microsoft And Dell Sign Patent Royalty Agreement For Android And Chrome OS Devices

Today Dell and Microsoft announced that they have signed an agreement relating to intellectual property, which will see the two companies “license each company’s applicable” patents regarding Android and Chrome OS devices, as well as Xbox consoles. Read More

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Microsoft And Dell Sign Patent Royalty Agreement For Android And Chrome OS Devices

Today Dell and Microsoft announced that they have signed an agreement relating to intellectual property, which will see the two companies “license each company’s applicable” patents regarding Android and Chrome OS devices, as well as Xbox consoles. Read More

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Move over Chrome, Google Docs has add-ons now too

Power users have been tricking out Google’s Chrome browser with extensions for years, and now they can do the same with… Google Docs? Today the search giant launched an add-on store for its word processing and spreadsheet web apps so that…

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Google Chrome For iOS: Best Browser On iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad On iOS 5/5.0.1/5.1/5.1.1

Google Chrome iOS – Google Chrome on iPhone, iPad, & iPod Touch Google Chrome for iOS Overview Google Chrome (Web Browser) iPhone iPod touch iPad Browser App…
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Chrome OS may soon let you run multiple profiles at once

If you have a Chrome OS system, you know it can be a hassle to sign out just so that someone else can borrow the computer for a few minutes. That may not be an annoyance for much longer, though. A new developer version of Chrome OS includes…

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Microsoft is cutting Windows prices to compete with Android and Chrome OS

At present, it’s tricky to make Windows PCs that cost as little as basic Android tablets and Chromebooks. While Microsoft charges vendors $ 50 to use Windows, Google often gives its software away. The crew in Redmond may have found a way to narrow the…

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Microsoft is cutting Windows prices to compete with Android and Chrome OS

At present, it’s tricky to make Windows PCs that cost as little as basic Android tablets and Chromebooks. While Microsoft charges vendors $ 50 to use Windows, Google often gives its software away. The crew in Redmond may have found a way to narrow the…

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Google brings Windows apps to Chrome OS in latest Microsoft attack

Google’s intentions with its Chromebooks have always been clear: disrupt Microsoft’s Windows monopoly. The approach of low-cost devices and a modern cloud-powered OS has left Microsoft a little nervous, but Google is now launching the next stage of its continued attack: the enterprise. In a deal announced quietly this week, Google is partnering with VMWare to bring traditional Windows apps to its Chromebooks. The apps will appear in Chrome OS “similarly to how they run today” according to Google, and VMWare’s cloud-based infrastructure will help companies run their essential apps on servers and stream them to Chrome OS and other devices. The announcement comes just days after Google announced a Chrome-powered teleconferencing…

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Google Now comes to the desktop in Chrome and Chrome OS betas

Rumblings of Google Now on the desktop first started surfacing back in December of 2012, but it wasn’t until a couple of weeks ago that it actually broke cover. If you were a user of the Canary build of the Chrome browser you could enable the card …

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