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  • 24 Aug 2013
    It looks like the Google Chrome App launcher is finally out of its developers preview mode, as the app is now available for all Windows users. The Google Chrome App launcher will place an app on the start page, taskbar and desktop for Windows 8 and in menu bar for Windows 7, which allows you to quickly access the browser, Chrome store, Gmail or any other application that works with the Google’s browser. Furthermore, you can also sync your apps, bookmarks, history, passwords and other settings across devices by signing in to chrome. Unfortunately, there is no word on the availability of the launcher on OS X and Linux at the moment. You can enable the Google Chrome launcher by following the source link below. Source | Via
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Profile photo of second generation Nexus 7 leaks, reveals its d

The Google Nexus 7 leaks are coming in at such rate lately, that it would be a real shock if the slate doesn’t debut at the Google Android event on Wednesday. This latest piece of the puzzle is delivered byevleaks, which got hold of a photo of the profile of the new Nexus 7.

While the image itself doesn’t really reveal a great deal of new info, it lets us calculate the exact dimensions of the affordable tablet. According to the proportions shown by this image and the ones leaked earlier, the second generation Nexus 7 will measure 196x112x7.9mm.

This means that the new Nexus 7 will be about 3mm shorter than its predecessor (198.5 x 120 x 10.5 mm), but more importantly, almost a full centimeter narrower and nearly 3mm slimmer. The more compact body will certainly improve usability by making the slate a whole lot easier to hold in one hand. We are just hoping that the marvelously slim waistline doesn’t come at the expense of battery life.

We’ll know for sure in a couple of days, when Google’s Sudnar Pichai is expected to take the stage and unveil the new Nexus 7 and the latest release of the Android platform – 4.3.

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