We had a quick olfactory disaster this morning, but we cleared the air and can get on with our regularly scheduled programming. There's more Google news following yesterday's I/O developers conference, and this time the search giant introduces Chromebooks and several new apps to its Chrome Web store.
In other Google news, the company is suffering from a smear campaign in the tech media that sources have traced back to Facebook, of all companies. Spurned from competitive tension in the social-networking space, the two companies are going head to head over growing privacy concerns.
You might've noticed a lack of audio and video voicemails lately, and that's because we haven't received any! If you want to make it on the show, let us know your comments/feedback/criticisms by calling into 1-866-404-CNET (2638) or record a video on YouTube and send the link to the404(at)cnet(dot)com.
The 404 Digest for Episode 819
- Angry Birds for Chrome already hacked, unlocking all levels.
- Glympse.com lets people follow your every move for a given amount of time.
- Facebook hired a PR Firm to plant anti-Google stories in the media.
- Let's get a 404 ad on TV!
- Loser of the week: Mom gives Botox to 8-year-old daughter.
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