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AustinIT
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5/29/2013 | 1:26:58 PM
re: Google Chrome Browser Blurs OS Lines
Kind of scary thinking that a company that makes all of its money off of collecting information from its customers - in order to then pitch advertising to them - is also wanting to "do you a favor" by becoming the gatekeeper of your accounts and passwords.
A Big Nerd That Eats Toblerone
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5/28/2013 | 6:08:08 PM
re: Google Chrome Browser Blurs OS Lines
Chrome is based off the Chromium project, which is the project that Google used to make an OS, so it is literally based of Chrome OS and literally is just a stripped down version of it.
Deirdre Blake
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5/28/2013 | 3:41:43 PM
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I saw an ad for Chrome before a film at the theater over the holiday weekend, and what was it touting? The ability to remember passwords for all your accounts across all your devices!


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