Chrome Show: Dell backs Chromebooks in the workplace

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We often talk about Chromebooks in the consumer and education markets so it’s easy to overlook the Windows-centric enterprises. Dell isn’t doing that though: The company has a new computing appliance that supports Chromebooks for I.T organizations to manage in-house systems for inventory and support purposes. It’s an interesting addition to the product line, and one that says Dell isn’t going to ignore Chromebooks for businesses.

On this week’s podcast we discuss that news and share information about several new Chrome and Chrome OS software updates, plus we have a Chrome extension that turns YouTube into a mini music player.

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Hosts: Janko Roettgers and Kevin C. Tofel

Dell’s newest enterprise computing appliance supports Chromebooks

Chrome OS Stable updated; here’s the difference between Chrome OS channels

Chrome 40 comes to Android with a nifty tablet tab tip

Chrome OS might get the tools needed for Android development

Will the Chrome OS software keyboard get swype-like gesture typing? Maybe

Nexus Player arrives in stores, Walmart starts selling Chromecast competitor

PSA: Don’t forget about the 1TB Drive offer on Chromebooks bought this holiday season; has to be redeemed by January 31!

App / extension of the week: Streamus