A new polish for the Chromebook and Chromebox Video
A new polish for the Chromebook and Chromebox Video Transcript
We test Google's new operating system. Chip goodbye it's Nextel and -- with green pigs. I'm Bridget Carey and this is -- CNET updates. Reviews are out for Samsung's new Google Chrome look and Chrome box running on the new update operating with them and the bottom line. Is that it's better than the last version but still pretty impressive. If you're unfamiliar with Chrome it's a system designed for people who do all their work in the cloud or web browsers so -- -- -- how Internet connection to get work done. And -- for programs you're limited to an average in the Chrome ecosystem. But this laptop starts at -- 150 bucks. Way to prank -- -- the tablet but let's do more. The -- box is the desktop version at the more affordable 330 dollars which -- make a little more sensitive or something basic. It's now available online -- chains like best buy stores next month. Folks some tragic news today the next time network will officially be killed off. This to EG push to talk network owned by sprint -- -- its release in June next year esprit is pushing customers to migrate to direct connect technology. But there is some good news the -- walkie -- -- Lewis telethon. There's a new weapon in cyber warfare and his -- -- the massive attack has infected computers in the Middle East mostly Chiron. It's not clear who exactly is behind the attack but security experts believe it is sophisticated -- up. To be created by government it doesn't I'd still being infinitely typical cyber criminal it's also more complex than something from activist. Linguistics -- -- intelligence can eat now takes screen shots record audio keystrokes it's. Very complex making it hard to detect and then. There's Angry Birds games toys clothing -- -- even -- cookbook. And now the biggest bird brain hacking scheme yet. Associated Press is reporting that a bank in Russia -- operate special Angry Birds and MasterCard debit cards called angry cards. And give users a 10% discount on game related products. We've heard reports for some time now but Apple create its own three mapping software for mobile devices the latest buzz. Comes the blog -- -- report which attain some photos of the new app. But it's at the consent shots are covered by -- -- has seen better pictures taken a big. Be sure to check out Apple's CEO Tim -- chat this evening at -- -- -- conference at 6 PM Pacific CNET will be lines on his public interview but don't expect any Apple product announcements you can be sure he'll think that Apple's developer's conference on June 11. At your tech news update -- today from more on the -- -- issue wouldn't it that counts slash -- -- studious in new York and reaching here. --
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