If your plan is to move to a Chromebook after XP support ends, you’ll want to bring your favorite bookmarks with you. Here’s how to transfer them easily.
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The Gmail undo feature allows you to cancel the sending of an email. Here’s how it works and how to set it up.
The Google Now Launcher, which offers the same experience Nexus 5 users get, is now available in the Google Play Store. Here’s a look at how it works.
If you want to upload an MP3 to YouTube instead of a video, usually you need to go through a complicated process. Here’s a service that makes it easier.
Windows Phone users have a new way to shoot video to the big screen. Tube Cast is a free app that streams YouTube to Chromecast over your WiFi network.
Making Google Maps available offline is a nice feature if you have an iPad or iPod touch that’s only able to connect to the internet via WiFi.
Google Now for Android phones has included a new capability – you will now be able to tell your phone to call or text your loved ones. Here’s how to use it.
Google Earth has several powerful hidden tools under the hood. Bogdan continues his journey through Google Earth and brings you five more awesome tips.
The Google+ photo editor now includes High Dynamic Range (HDR). This feature gives your pictures and images that surreal look. Here’s how it works.
YouTube arguably has one of the largest music collections online. The Streamus extension for Chrome turns it into your personal music player and library.
Google has given Apple users a good reason to venture out of iTunes for media and seriously look into Google’s media the Google Play Movies & TV app.
Google Earth is for more than wasting time at work using Street View. It’s feature packed software that you can use for research, school studies and more.
Gmail now allows you to star your favorite contacts. Just like the feature where you could star important emails, the same is now possible with contacts.
Gmail introduced automatic image loading, both on the desktop and the mobile app. If you’re on a limited internet connection, you might want to disable it.