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First week of the year in review: CES 2015, Chrome apps on Mac

Welcome to our digest with the most interesting tech news of the last week!
Naturally, most news come from the Consumer Electronics Show 2015, which took place in Las Vegas last week.


Acer introduced Chromebook 15 that is the biggest Chromebook you can buy at the moment. It is also the first Chrome OS device to use new 5th generation Intel Core processors.

Be sure the check out great 3-minute video from the Verge about more than 250 gadgets presented at CES. If you prefer to read rather than watch, these reviews of the most interesting things shown at CES from AppleInsider and PCMag.

Chrome web apps will soon behave like native apps on Mac.

Chrome Apps can be launched from pretty much anywhere on OS X. They appear in the Chrome App Launcher, Spotlight, Launchpad and Finder, and lodge a separate entry in the Dock like a regular native Mac app.

omgchrome reports. That sounds great! When this feature will become available it would be even easier to get and use apps from our ever growing apps collection at Chrome Web Store.


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