Google's web-only Chromebooks hit the market, Contour cameras bring out a new model, Android apps are allowed up to 4GB in size, and much more on today's GeekBeatTV!
Google's web-only Chromebooks hit the market, Contour cameras bring out a new model, Android apps are allowed up to 4GB in size, and robots battle it out with lightsabers!
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Google showed two web-only computers running their Chrome OS at Google I/O. One is from Samsung and one is from Acer, and both have the option of a monthly subscription rather than an up-front purchase.
Contour makes great hands-free HD cameras for action and sports environments. Marc Barros, Contour's CEO, gives us some info on their newest model.
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Get ready for longer downloads! The Android Market is now allowing developers' apps to be sized up to 4GB.