With the Samsung Chromebook Plus and Pro, HP 1 G1, and the Pixel all being available with very high resolution screens, the ability to whip through different resolutions is a […]
Tips & Tricks
Of all the things we share with our readers, we get some of the most positive feedback concerning our tips & tricks articles. As many aren't fully familiar with the ins and outs of Chrome OS, these articles provide interesting and useful info for new and experienced users alike.
Tracking student’s progress in today’s technologically advanced classroom can present a challenge. Alice Keeler is helping make that task a little bit easier with the new SlideShot extension for Chrome.
If Chromebooks were to pen a résumé, somewhere at the top of the list of skill sets would be security. The combination of cloud-based services and multi-layer protection make Chrome […]
Yeah, you read that right. Google Home can now help you remember things you’ve long since forgotten. Not only is it a killer feature, it works incredibly well.
So, you got yourself a shiny new Chromebook. Maybe it’s your first Chrome OS device or perhaps you’ve been around since the days of the CR-48. Either way, congratulations. Whether […]
As Chromecasts become more and more prevalent in both home and office environments, some of the finer points simply get missed and the lesser-known options are simply forgotten.
I bought a Google Home the day it came out, knowing full-well I was making what amounted to a Beta purchase. As time has passed, Google Home has become better […]
In a very encouraging move, Google has unveiled 8 new videos that serve as solid tutorials for newer Chromebook users.
Chrome’s incognito mode can be a useful tool for various reasons. For those of you familiar with it you likely know your own use-case for incognito mode, so we’ll skip […]