Better late than never, right? Slated for the end of 2017, making phone calls from Google Home was a feature delayed for users in the United Kingdom. Yesterday, the community […]
Workflow, workflow, workflow. I don’t know about you but Chrome’s trackpad gestures are a major part of my workflow every single day.
Chromebook users rejoice! The Chrome Release Blog just announced the arrival of Chrome OS version 64 and along with it a list of new features.
Users of Chrome for Desktop have some new features to be excited about as version 64 rolls out to Linux, Mac and Windows this week. Behind the scenes, Chrome 64 […]
CES 2018 will soon be winding down and although it’s sunshine and blue skies here in Las Vegas, Intel has a hornets nest to deal with when Monday brings about […]
Sitting in Las Vegas, surrounded by a landslide of Assistant-enabled devices and having no doubts where Google’s focus is at CES this year. That doesn’t mean we can’t share some […]
It’s a bit hard to believe the updated interface for Google Calendar on the web began rolling out all the way back in August. At the time, it was not […]
Amidst the chaos that is “Meltdown” and “Spectre,” Google has released an official statement about the status of the vulnerability as it pertains to their many products and platforms. Thankfully, the majority […]
Earlier this year, developers from the Chromium project announced the roadmap detailing Chrome’s plan to distrust Symantec-issued TLS certificates issued before June 1, 2016. The nearly two-year long blueprint was […]