If you’re tired of having to unlock your Nexus 7 each time the display goes to sleep, here’s how to set how long it takes for lock screen to time out.
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Disconnect is an extension for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox that prevents sites like Digg, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo, and more from tracking you.
Google Reader is shutting down July 1st. We want to hear from you on what you think about Google’s decision and what alternative you’ll switch to.
The ability to use the Daydream feature and customize the Nexus 7 Lock Screen with Widgets was added in the Android 4.2 update. Here’s how to add Widgets to the Lock Screen.
Mad because Google Reader is shutting down? Feedly is a great alternative to manage your RSS feeds. It works with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Android, and iOS.
To the disappointment to Google Reader users, the company is killing the RSS service off in July. In Outlook you can import your Google Reader RSS Feeds and use it as your RSS reader instead.
Save some paper and switch to Google Magazines. Huh? Never heard of it? Neither had I. Let’s take a deep dive and see what Google’s built for tablet users.
Easier than a spreadsheet, more powerful than a journal—this groovy tip lets you track and analyze your personal goals using the built-in muscle of Google Live Forms.
Google Takeout has become even more useful by allowing users to export Google+ and Blogger data to their computers. This is perfect if you live in Google and want backups of your data.
Google Calendar is useful for syncing your appointments and events. Mozilla’s Thunderbird with Lightning Calendar is a great Outlook alternative. Here’s how to set up syncing between them.
If you’re selling your Nexus 7 tablet, or if it’s running unstable, you can reset it to factory settings. Here’s how to reset it, and recover apps, settings, and passwords easily.
Google provides a feature that gives you notifications of suspicious activity on your Google account, straight to your smartphone. Here’s how to set it up.
If you’re not a fan of the sounds the keyboard of the Google Nexus 7 makes when you type, turning them off is easy. Here’s how to do it.
If you’ve set your Nexus 7 or other Android device running Jelly Bean to open files in a specific app, you might want to change it later. Here’s how to change it.