Did you know Chrome has a Task Manager?

Did you know Chrome has a Task Manager?

Task Manager on Windows, or Activity Monitor on OS X, are extremely powerful applications that provide visibility into the heart of and control over your operating systems. It turns out the Chrome browser, closely related to the Chrome operating system, has a task manager of its own. 

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It's going to be a Google Gadget Christmas

It is a little known fact that Google is one of the top 5 server manufactures in the world. In fact Google's entire ~$50,000,000,000 business runs on custom hardware, software, networks and data centers. In short, Google is a serious player in the hardware business, they just happen to use it all for themselves. But with a healthy ecosystem, including the likes of Samsung, and the purchase of Motorola Mobility; Google is becoming a very serious player in the consumer hardware business. In fact, only Apple can match Google's device offerings. We thought it would be fun to review Google's current lineup.
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What else can Google offer Kansas City?

Google has much more to offer Kansas City than ultra high-speed broadband. It's time we take them up on their offer. Google executives believe Kansas City has a great deal of potential. Let's prove them right!
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Ultra high-speed broadband coming to Kansas City, why it matters.

How fast will Kansas City's new ultra high-speed broadband be? About 1,000 Mbps! How fast is that? That's about how fast your computer can grab data from your hard drive! It's no secret we're bullish on ChromeOS and the fundamental changes it represents - at these speeds you can pull data from Google's servers at the same speed you can pull it from the hard drive sitting right under your hands inside your laptop. Desktop applications utilize data on your hard drive while services like Google Apps pull data from Google servers all over the world. An application like Google Apps is fast on today's connections but what becomes possible at 1,000 Mbps? We were discussing these speeds with executives from Cerner Corporation and what becomes possible. Obviously imagining comes to mind. CAT Scans, MRI's, X-ray, EKG's and more ... live streaming simultaneously to multiple physicians, who are also video conferencing with each other? A physician could also review the imaging data at anytime and on any device saving everyone time and money.
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Piloting the Cr-48 running Chrome OS

The device runs Google ChromeOS, a Linux-based operating system designed to deliver the Internet as fast as possible and intended to be as pure a web experience as possible. If you've used the Chrome browser on a PC, Mac or other Linux device then you're already very, very familiar with ChromeOS. Cr-48 is a reference to the periodic table, specifically to the element Chromium. I am a particular fan of this element as it also plays a primary role in my body, serving as one of my largest joints. Chromium allows me to move around the virtual and physical world.
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