Android users need to know about something called your Google Location History. Namely, Google keeps trace of where you’ve been. Here’s how to manage it.
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Tabbed browsing is a great way to keep organized and multitask. An even easier way to stay organized in Chrome with the Picture in Picture Viewer extension.
Today Google officially has a new webcam serviced aimed at pay-per-view consulting called Helpouts. Unlike YouTube, this allows for live 2-way video streaming between individuals or groups.
Google+ now offers custom URLs to more users. Previously the search giants social network only allowed them for celebrity profiles. Here’s how to get yours.
Windows Task Manager lets you monitor which tasks and programs are eating up system resources. But did you know there’s a task manager in Google Chrome?
Sharing your Chromebook is easy as anyone with a Google account can log in, or use the Guest Account. You can also restrict log in rights to specific users.
Do you find it annoying that Google will continue to pester you to use your real name on Google Plus even after you decline to several times? Manually block it with AdBlock and this customer filter.
You can’t install iTunes on the Chromebook, but you can access your songs by importing your iTunes songs to Google Music. Here’s how to upload your music.
Whether you’re selling your Samsung Chromebook and want to get rid of your profile, or are having technical issues,doing a factory reset is the way to go.
With iGoogle about to see its sunset, the competition is heating up as millions of users flock to other services. Here are 5 of the best alternatives.
Google announced it’s making Quickoffice available for free to iOS and Android users. And if you act quickly, some extra storage space is thrown in, too.
Google+ has added a series of advanced photo editing tools, which you can use to get some great results. Here’s how to use these new featured tools.
Google recently released Chrome Apps that you can run on your desktop – outside of the browser. They’re currently available to Windows and Chromebook users.
If you like using multiple browser tabs at the same time on your monitor to multitask, these free Google Chrome extensions will make your life much easier.