MP3: ICYMI podcasts: Stolen smartphones, data plans for gadgets and Chromebook buying

09.06.2013

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ICYMI podcasts: Stolen smartphones, data plans for gadgets and Chromebook buying MP3

This week on the GigaOM Chrome Show, we ponder why Google is adding NFC support to Chrome and discuss the common question of “Is now a good time to buy a Chromebook?” Our answer may surprise, given that we generally recommend buying what you need when you need it. Plus, this week’s extension recommendation beats out Google Voice in two very specific ways. Oh, and have you tried the new Chrome voice... Source: gigaom.com

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