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Late News: Google+ Vs. Facebook, Chrome OS Updated, New Fake Apple Stores in China

Soon after Google added games to the beta version of its social networking website Google+, rival company Facebook has given a fresh look to the games on its website. According to Reuters, on Thursday the Palo Alto, California-based company announced a new streamlined way to find and play new games while interacting with friends on Facebook, the top social networking website.

Android owner Google has delivered a much needed update to its Chrome OS platform, bringing support for VPN and Citrix virtualisation among other things. The update has been designed to make Chromebook devices more appealing to enterprise users.

The Spanish government has asked Google to delete information on 90 individuals from its search engine. However, the search engine giant is of the view that deleting the information could do serious damage and harm to freedom of speech.

Chinese authorities have discovered 22 more fake Apple Stores operating in the city of Kunming while acting on a complaint filed by Apple. According to media reports, the authorities have asked the stores to stop using Apple’s trademark for selling products. The authorities are investigating 11 of the resellers over trademark violations.

Leading computer manufacturer Dell Inc. on Thursday launched three new laptops aimed at people who believe in high end technology in an ultra slim and compact cover. According to PC World, Dell Inc. took covers off its two new offerings: Inspiron 13z, Inspiron 14z and Vostro V131 with high end processors, and long lasting battery life among other additions.