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It’s that time of year where we gear up for the annual Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas. Last year we saw the new LG Chromebase and Toshiba Chromebook, even though you couldn’t purchase either for weeks after. That’s likely the case in 2015 as Acer appears to have a pair of Chromebooks coming in March. The timing is right for a CES introduction.
Tune in to this week’s podast to hear more of what to expect as well as some new tech that helps you control your Chromecast.
Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel
Related: About that chip cycle that loosely powers Chromebook releases
Smart lock moves forward to the beta channel of Chrome OS
Everyone gets a better Hangouts in Chrome, regardless of channel
Chromecast has a new guest mode, thanks to cool ultrasonic tech
Controlling a Nest from a Chromebook courtesy of Google Now
App/extension of the week: Momentum