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Shelly Palmer on Quest Means Business

Google becomes Alphabet – CNN

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Shelly Palmer talks about Google's restructuring and the potential pros and cons of Alphabet with Richard Quest on CNN's Quest Means Business. Airdate: August 11, 2015

Photoshop on a Chromebook

You Can Now Use Adobe Photoshop on a Chromebook

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The big knock against Google’s Chromebooks is that they can’t run true desktop-class software, with Photoshop a commonly-cited example. Google and Adobe are now looking to close that gap: the companies have just announced that Adobe’s Creative Cloud software will soon be available for Chromebooks. The first release will be a “streaming” version of Photoshop, […]

Samsung's Faux Leather Chromebook

Chromebooks Can Now Download (Some) Android Apps

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We knew that Google planned to add support for running Android apps on Chromebooks since the company announced it back at Google I/O in June, but on Thursday we’ve had confirmation that the first Android apps to run on Chrome OS are now available to download. Although jut a few months back the project was […]

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – August 25, 2014

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No matter which wireless carrier you choose, chances are good that you’re probably going to have a pretty high monthly data bill. But thanks to Google Chrome’s mobile browser, you can use less data each month and maybe even save a few bucks. Google has a couple features in its browsers for Android and iOS […]

HP Stream

Microsoft’s First Chromebook Competitor is a $199 HP Laptop

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Microsoft announced that it would be working with its partners to release ultra-low-cost Windows laptops just over a month ago, and now thanks to a leak from MobileGeeks, it looks like HP will release one of the first of these ultra-low-cost computers. The HP Stream 14 is a 14-inch, Windows 8.1 computer that is expected […]