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Here's a collection of newsy nuggets that have hit the wires over the last couple of days. Inside you'll read about a new click-to-call feature for Google Voice, a new Windows Mobile SDK, the final death of the Palm Treo Pro, and hacking multitouch onto the Nexus One.

Eric Ogren

January 24, 2010

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Here's a collection of newsy nuggets that have hit the wires over the last couple of days. Inside you'll read about a new click-to-call feature for Google Voice, a new Windows Mobile SDK, the final death of the Palm Treo Pro, and hacking multitouch onto the Nexus One.Google Voice Gets Click-to-Call

Google has made a new extension available for its Chrome browser. The extension works with the Windows version of Chrome, as well as the developer Chromium for Macs builds. The full beta version of Chrome for Macs isn't supported yet. Why is this extension such a big deal?

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