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Thursday, May 29, 2014
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Nine Tenths of the Law - Practical Chrome 24


This week on Practical Chrome we talk about what you own, and what is good for you, when it comes to your apps.  Last week Google disabled an app that held users valuable data without asking, and we ask the question: Is this my app or are you just letting me use it?

 Most OS manufacturers are going this route. What say you?



Video
URL: http://youtu.be/j7ZhAs_ZgZA

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Show Notes

News

Get Chrome OS running in VM - link
Chrome Web Store Adds ‘Available for Android’ Search Filter - link
PDFium, Chrome’s PDF Rendering Engine Goes Open Source - link
Time to Connect Scanners to Your Chromebook - link


Rumor - Lenovo Thinks That Your Chromebook Needs a 500GB Hard Drive - link
Meet The New Chrome OS Recovery Utility - link

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Main

Uhm… Where the hell did my app go?
“KryptoKit Removal from Chrome Web Store - link , Google fixes issue and replies link
Google to Block Ext Outside Web Store on Win - link
Google to limit Ext bloat next month - link
Android has an app kill switch - link
Apple IOS has one too - link

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