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Following Windows preview, Google ports Chrome OS app launcher to Chromium for OS X

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Over the last few months, Google has been working on porting its Chrome OS app launcher to Chrome for the desktop. The majority of the progress has been on Windows, but now it looks like Google is readying the OS X version, at least in Chromium, meaning Apple’s platform will...
Following Windows preview, Google ports Chrome OS app launcher to Chromium for OS X

Google adds Chrome OS app launcher to Windows taskbar

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Google is invading the traditional desktop with a new feature for Chrome that lets you launch Web apps and Chrome standalone apps directly from the Windows taskbar without starting your browser. The new app launcher is ported from Google's browser-in-a-box operating system, Chrome OS, and puts all your Chrome...
Google adds Chrome OS app launcher to Windows taskbar

Duolingo Adds Offline Mode And Speech Recognition To Its Mobile App

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Duolingo, the popular language-learning service founded by CAPTCHA co-inventor and reCAPTCHA founder Luis von Ahn, just launched the latest version of its mobile app for the iPhone. This new version introduces an offline mode, so users can now do their lessons on the subway and on planes, as well as...
Duolingo Adds Offline Mode And Speech Recognition To Its Mobile App

Google ports Chrome OS app launcher to the Chrome browser Dev channel on Windows; Mac and Linux coming soon

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Google on Wednesday announced a significant bridge between Chrome and Chrome OS: the app launcher, a little window that features all your apps in one place. The company has ported the dedicated “home for your apps” from Chrome OS to its Chrome browser. As of today, the new feature is...
Google ports Chrome OS app launcher to the Chrome browser Dev channel on Windows; Mac and Linux coming soon
View Presentations On The iPhone And Edit On The iPad With New Prezi Apps

Slides in Google Drive now work offline

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Google just announced that Google Drive users can now create, edit, comment, and present slides without an Internet connection—as long as they use the Chrome browser or Chrome OS. A similar offline function currently exists in Google Docs, and so Google clarified that users will not have to change any...
Slides in Google Drive now work offline

500px launches Chrome and Chrome OS app for PCs, Macs, and Chromebooks, including the touch-enabled Pixel

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Photo-sharing service 500px on Wednesday announced the launch of an app for the Google Chrome platform, including the browser and the operating system. The Canadian startup says its new app, available for download from the Chrome Web Store, works in Chrome on PCs and Macs as well as in Chrome...
500px launches Chrome and Chrome OS app for PCs, Macs, and Chromebooks, including the touch-enabled Pixel

Online culture magazine Crane.tv launches an event series with London’s Soho House

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With Europe at its doorstep, London is a fertile ground for culture-focused new media companies like Crane.TV, which has defined its own niche in a similar space to New York City’s Thrillist, Flavorpill and Urban Daddy. Dubbed “The Economist of Culture”, Crane.tv offers its 1.5 million monthly readers daily video interviews with...
Online culture magazine Crane.tv launches an event series with London’s Soho House
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Adobe Launches Hosted PhoneGap Build Service For Creating Cross-Platform Mobile Apps

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Today Adobe announced that its Adobe PhoneGap Build service is out of beta. The service is based on the open source Apache Cordova and enables developers to use HTML, CSS and JavaScript to build cross-platform applications that work on iOS, Android and other mobile platforms. PhoneGap was created by Nitobi,...
Adobe Launches Hosted PhoneGap Build Service For Creating Cross-Platform Mobile Apps

Google adds in-app payments to the latest Chrome build as it prepares to bundle Google Wallet in its browser

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Google has been recently pushing hard to have its payment service, Google Wallet, integrated across its various others products and services. The latest is an apparent move to support in-app payments for Chrome packaged apps. The addition was first spotted by developer and Google open-source Chromium evangelist François Beaufort. He...
Google adds in-app payments to the latest Chrome build as it prepares to bundle Google Wallet in its browser
Chromebook app launcher coming to future releases of Chrome browser
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