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Google Nexus 7, Chromecast: Visual Tour

Google reveals its Nexus 7 tablet and Chromecast wireless TV device, capable of streaming content from any mobile or desktop device to an HDTV.
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Hugo Barra, VP of product management for Android, holds the new Nexus 7 aloft. The major aesthetic difference is that the back panel is black instead of white. This works out well if you tend to handle chocolate while using a tablet.

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7/28/2013 | 1:55:46 AM
re: Google Nexus 7, Chromecast: Visual Tour
I wish that Google could spend a little time to correct the very annoying messages in Chrome fhat "Shockware Flash has crashed" and/or "Cannot reload Shockware Flash". Even worse is when the current page crashes. They spend millions in rolling out new products, but little to fix existing problems.

I am not alone. Many users have this problem. I am unable to fix the problem with any of the many fix instructions from users in Google browse. But I should not have to.

If it is not fixed soon, I will go elsewhere for a browser (not IE).
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