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Here's the Difference between Chrome Apps and Google Apps

Google Apps and Chrome Apps often present a similarity, especially since most services supported on Google Apps are featured in Chrome Apps. While there is an area of overlap, they are at different structural levels in providing functionality and redundancy for services. An App is a web-based program or application that can work entirely on a browser. This does not mean that the browser technically assumes the role of the service of the app, but there is a definite service that works in the background to give the requested functionality. Since Google Apps and Chrome Apps are both classified in the same way, a few distinctions will make the definition clearer.

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Chromebook Secret Trick - Take your Favorite Site for a Spin

File this under Chromebook Nerd Alert.   A secret keyboard combination let's you take your favorite Google App for a spin.

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Coolhead Tech review: Google's $199 Chromebook

ace for innovation in technology and electronics, coming out with their version of the Nexus 10 tablet and now the latest addition to the Google gadget family, the Chromebook. The netbook, once the hottest gadget on the market, fell back into the shadows as the tablets stormed through. Google is shining new light on the latest incarnation of the netbook with Chromebook.

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Happy Birthday to Chrome: 4 Ways to Celebrate Google Chrome's 4 Year Anniversary

Google's Chrome has come a long way in just 4 years - it recently surpassed Internet Explorer to become the most popular browser and is now available on so many platforms and devices we wonder how we ever did without.  

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