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Google just announced that Google Apps for Business, Education and Government customers can now call and email the company with their questions about Chrome. Google, of course, has always been somewhat notorious for its lack of customer support options, but this is slowly changing. Last November, for example, the company announced that it would start offering 24/7 phone support for paying Apps for Business users. Starting today, Google Apps users can call and email Google for support with “Chrome installation, functionality, security, browser policy settings and Google Apps interoperability for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.” Read the full story at TechCrunch.

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