Chrome 100 Arrives

Chrome 100 Arrives and the Productivity News This Week

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In this Cast | Chrome 100 Arrives

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Headlines & Show Notes | Chrome 100 Arrives

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Remote work vs back to the office? It’s more complicated than you realise

Work-Life Balance Vs. Work-Life IntegrationWhich Holds More Benefits?

The Pyramid of Leisure

# Google Docs is getting more Markdown support

Overcast Redesign Enhances Podcast Navigation with an Emphasis on Playlists and Recent Episodes 

What to expect from Microsofts Windows 11 hybrid work event

Modos Paper Laptop will be the first laptop with an E Ink display

Featured Story of the Week

Chrome OS 100 brings new Launcher design to Chromebooks – The Verge

Chrome OS version 100 rolls out today with a redesigned app launcher | Engadget

Google Releases Chrome 100 for iOS and Desktop With Updated Icon – MacRumors

Chrome version 100 arrives with refreshed logo in tow – The Verge

What’s New in Chrome 100, Available Now

Google announces ChromeOS 100

Announcements

Apple iOS and iPadOS 15.4.1 and MacOS 12.3.1 Update NOW!

Zoom reminds everyone it will soon kill off its Chrome app in favor of the shiny new PWA

Other News

OmniPlan 4.4 Adds Localizations, Scheduling Fixes 

Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 142 With Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements

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