MP3: ICYMI podcasts: Connected pets, 7 years of GigaOM and boosted battery life on MacBook Airs

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ICYMI podcasts: Connected pets, 7 years of GigaOM and boosted battery life on MacBook Airs MP3

Although Apple isn’t the topic of our GigaOM Chrome Show, we did refer to it quite a bit on this week’s episode. The newest MacBook Airs use the Intel Haswell chips we’ve been hoping for in new Chromebooks so know we know what kind of battery life boost to expect. Two new extension recommendations are available in the show, as well as talk about a $35 Chrome media streaming solution. Can your dog... Source: gigaom.com

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