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Chrome 64-bit arrives for Windows by @epro

Chrome 37 is out by @epro

“Google launches Chrome 37 by @epro

“ICYMI: Google brings Chrome OS' user management system to latest Chrome builds ”

“Google is bringing Chrome OS user management to Chrome by @epro

“ICYMI: Google's new Chrome Experiment takes you into Space ”

“Google's new Chrome Experiment tells the story of a unique spacecraft ”

“Google's new Chrome Experiment tells the story of a unique spacecraft by @MartinSFP

“IE11 peaks in market share before it can overtake IE8, Chrome passes 20%, and Opera falls below 1% by @epro

“Google's 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows 7 and Windows 8 arrives as a beta channel by @nisummers

Chrome Beta for Android Updated with Material Design Tweaks

Chrome Beta for Android Updated with Material Design Tweaks

Chrome Beta for Android updated with Material Design tweaks and simplified sign-in

Chrome Beta for Android Updated with Material Design Tweaks

Chrome Beta for Android Updated with Material Design Tweaks

Chrome Beta for Android updated with stylish Material Design tweaks and simplified sign-in by @nisummers

Chrome 37 Beta Arrives with DirectWrite on Windows

Chrome 37 Beta Arrives with DirectWrite on Windows

Chrome 37 beta is out by @epro

Evernote Updates Web Clipper for Chrome

Evernote Updates Web Clipper for Chrome

Evernote updates Web Clipper for Chrome to be more efficient, take up less space in your browser by @strngwys

Chrome 37 Beta Arrives with DirectWrite on Windows

Chrome 37 Beta Arrives with DirectWrite on Windows

Chrome 37 beta arrives with DirectWrite on Windows, revamped password manager, and drops sign-in for apps by @epro

Chrome 36 Launches with New Incognito Design

Chrome 36 Launches with New Incognito Design

Google launches Chrome 36 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android by @epro

Chrome 36 Launches with New Incognito Design

Chrome 36 Launches with New Incognito Design

Google launches Chrome 36 by @epro

Recreate Facebook's Emotion Experiment with This Chrome Plugin

Recreate Facebook's Emotion Experiment with This Chrome Plugin

Subject yourself to Facebook's controversial emotion experiment with this Chrome plugin by @beijingdou

Google no longer accepts legacy-packaged Chrome apps, support to cease altogether by June 2015 - The Next Web

Google no longer accepts legacy-packaged Chrome apps, support to cease altogether by June 2015 - The Next Web

Google no longer accepts legacy-packaged Chrome apps, support to cease altogether by June 2015 by @psawers

Google Hangouts No Longer Require a Chrome Plugin

Google Hangouts No Longer Require a Chrome Plugin

Google Hangouts video calls no longer require a Chrome plugin by @nisummers

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