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Plenty of sites — including this one — have changed to a more responsive design, meaning only a single page needs to be developed for all screen types and sizes. These web pages dynamically adjust to fit different screens. As good as that sounds, images are still a challenge and that’s where the new picture element comes into play; this HTML tag is now part of the Chrome 38 beta. Tune in to this week’s podcast to hear more on why a picture may be better than an image when it comes to elements on a web page.
Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel
Looks like the Toshiba Chromebook 13 is getting an upgrade
We had Haswell, now Bay Trail, and Broadwell is next.
Chrome beta has a new way to show images: The picture element
Chrome beta for Mac is now 64-bit
Chrome beta adds a guest mode as well as a better way to switch between Google users
YouTube’s website now lets you queue up videos for Chromecast
Perspective: Estimates suggest that for every 3.6 Mac computers sold, 1 Chromebook is sold
App/extension of the week: Crouton