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Chromecasts will return to Amazon!

It sounds like Amazon has finally gotten their shit together and will once again allow the sale of Chromecasts. I wonder if they'll also allow Google Home devices? Either way, this is good news. Hopefully we also see YouTube return to Amazon devices and we also see Chromecast support pop up in Amazon Prime Video.

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Gold. During a presentation, a MS employee stopped using Fail Edge and installed Chrome.

#Microshafted

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Apparently Chrome has a new layout and feature set? Is this new or am I out of the loop?
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Chrome will have a built in ad blocker, just as I expected

A while back, we heard reports that Google would be building an ad blocker into Chrome. I suspected it would be more of a filter for sites with overbearing or intrusive ads, and not sites that handle advertising in a more favorable manner. Well, Chrome fans, it looks like I was right.

Chrome stop showing ads (including those owned or served by Google) on websites that are not compliant with the Better Ads Standards starting in early 2018.

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The CW app looks beautiful on my 70" TV. #chromecast
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I've decided that buying a Chromebook is too complicated. There's too many of them. Too many options. Too many are hard to find or coming soon. ಠ_ಠ

I'd like to buy a 2-in-1 convertible for my soon to be 8 year old son, 4GB of RAM is a plus, and being rugged is plus.

Help me Internet, you're my only hope.

What do you recommend?

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Microsoft plans to take on Google's Chromebooks with this new Surface Laptop with Windows 10 S

Can Microsoft do it, or have they already lost the battle?

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Google could release their own ad-blocker for Chrome

The ad-blocking feature, which could be switched on by default within Chrome, would filter out certain online ad types deemed to provide bad experiences for users as they move around the web.

Seeing as advertisements are main source for Google's revenue, I'm sure if they introduced a feature like this, the ad-blocker would only block ads on sites that are 'bad' or don't meet certain criteria.

Since Chrome is the world's #1 web browser, behavior as this would greatly impact all users across the web, across all browsers and platforms. Everybody wins.

I hope this report is true. Ads are a necessary evil and we need a better solution than just blocking everything.

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Let's try this again.. This is what I wanted to share earlier today. It's hilarious. And I could so see people doing this...cringe.
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