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Top Tech Stories of the Week: rollApp, OpenOffice, LibreOffice, Amazon Fire phone, Mozilla Firefox, Chromebooks

If it seems to you that during the week there was no news, perhaps it’s because you’ve just missed something interesting, to fix it check our traditional Friday digest.

Well, so what was going on this week. We are proud of the fact that from now our users can connect even more cloud storage to their rollApp account. This week we added OneDrive and Yandex Disk options, to learn more read our previous post.

Except the wide range of supported cloud storage rollApp has a wide collection of available apps. You can work with two productivity suites both OpenOffice and LibreOffice. Want to know what is the difference between them - discover it from the TechRepublic overview.

Amazon Fire Phone is appearing in our digest almost each week, though not in the very rainbow colors. This week PCMag decided to investigate the issue and answer the question "What’s Wrong With the Amazon Fire Phone?“ Anyway, bad buzz is still a buzz.

Mozilla Firefox in order not to make a bad buzz is fixing its "phishing friendly” cryptographic bug. Read more on how things go on the issue. 

And of course we can’t miss our favorite news generator - Chromebook. Firstly, hurry up because Toshiba Chromebook 2 is already shipping from Amazon US. Secondly, you definitely need to know how it’s to live with Acer’s Chromebook 13 and what are the pros and cons of Lenovo N20P Chromebook.

Looks like it’s enough news for the weekend. Have a good one!

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