Google announced today that you can customize your shortcuts throughout your Google account. Want maps at the top? Just drag and drop it.
At one time, Facebook just was the social network, but now Google+ has taken a slice of the pie. Many people find either option frustrating or absolutely love it. So which is better? Here are your best arguments.
In an effort to block malware, Google has decided it will soon block browser extensions that didn't come from the Chrome Web Store. This change will only affect Windows users (for now), as Google believes the problem doesn't really exist on other platforms.
Sometimes our Google searches get cluttered up with results we know we don't want, but Apartment Therapy Tech pinpointed a simple solution for that: prepend the search term you want to exclude with a dash.
Android: Google's underrated Cloud Print service officially made it to Android in the form of an app. Now you can send your Android's documents to any Cloud-connected printer and track its status. You can download the app right now through the Google Play store.
Android: Gmail just got a new update with a brand new inbox featuring labels, contact images, and indicators for your promotional, update, and social notifications. Additionally, new slide-out navigation makes it easy to access whatever you need when you need it.
This week on the podcast we're talking about the return of the start button in Windows 8.1, healthy habits you should follow, and how to create an awesome do-anything home server with FreeNAS 8. We're also answering quite a few of your questions about difficult job situations.
This week on the podcast we're talking about Google, Google, and more Google. Also, your questions about keeping to a budget, cold-emailing your dream job's company, and freeing up space on your iPhone.
The web becomes more and more capable each day, finding ways to replace what you do on your desktop. In the very near future you'll talk to your web apps, enjoy complex animation without the drain of Flash, and maybe even plug in your guitar. These features and more already exist, and they're coming to the broad…
Ars Technica reports that AT&T doesn't want all its users making video calls over cellular data just yet. The recently-announced revamp to Google+ Hangouts won't connect on an AT&T Android smartphone unless you're connected to Wi-Fi. You won't find yourself restricted if you subscribe to a tiered or mobile share…
Google broadcast the I/O 2013 keynote live on YouTube today, giving a detailed peek into the latest updates to their various technologies across Android, Chrome, and the web as a whole. The I/O conference consists of a lot more than announcements, however, with displays showing off all kinds of technologies Google…
If you use email as a primary means of communication, chances are you're moving between Gmail and Google Calendar to schedule various meetings and events. Good news: now you don't have to! You can now add events directly from Gmail.
We were excited to see Google Now finally make its way to iOS, but it didn't come without problems. Many users report excessive battery drain due to location reporting. Fortunately, Cult of Mac offers a solution.
Google recently updated their search results format, again moving the link for cached page access somewhere else. Now it hides in a convenient menu next to the page's URL. Just click it and you can select the cache page, share the link, and find similar results.
This week on the podcast we're talking with Trevor O'Brien, product manager at YouTube, to answer your burning YouTube-related questions and learn some search secrets. We're also discussing Google's tools to help your plan your digital afterlife, blocking porn on your Android, and the difference between all those…
This week on the podcast we're talking about the crazy things you do in your sleep, how to pack an insanely efficient travel bag, and the jankiest lifehacks that actually work. We're also answering your questions about old Android batteries, OS X's built-in handwriting recognition, and Google's new note taking and…
Android: Google Keep is a new app that seeks to save whatever you're currently thinking about so you don't have to remember. Although not the first app to try and solve this problem, Google's integrated Keep directly into Drive to make it easier to use.