Microsoft Office 2016 will save your documents to OneDrive by default. But, if you use Google Drive or Dropbox, you can save them to those services, too.
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Google is celebrating the second birthday of the Chromecast, and the company is giving current and future owners of the streaming device some freebies.
I was an early adopter of the Nest thermostat. At first it was cool, but now over time annoyances have piled up. Here’s how to fix the annoyances.
TV Spoilers are annoying, and if you are online all day, they’re hard to avoid. But if you use Google Chrome, the Spoiler Alert extension is a good way to block them.
Two Factor Authentication is a vital layer of security you need to enable on all of your online accounts that offer it and we have a list that shows how.
Google Chrome’s New Tab page by default is functional and provides the basics, but you might want to spice it up a bit with more data and eye candy.
Typing a password to unlock your device gets tedious, but Google is making it easier to unlock the Chromebook if you have your Android phone with you.
Chrome on a Mac can be buggy, slow, and unreliable, but I found Chrome SSB and that made me fall in love with Google Chrome on OS X again.
Google+ has a large amount of communities based on various interests you can join. But Google doesn’t make leaving one exactly obvious, here’s how.
Google Now provides a lot of useful voice commands, and it also has some web commands you might not know about. Here’s a look at how to use them.
Chromebooks aren’t just for kids or your parents, but are versatile an inexpensive laptops that do most of what you need. Here are the benefits to consider.
Google Chromebooks are generally known for having great battery life, but there’s ways you extend that life even further by adjusting a few settings.
Google has created a new security tool to help prevent phishing attacks, and alerts you when you’ve entered it somewhere other than accounts.google.com.
Last week we showed you how to view and download your Google search history. Here’s a look at how to delete that data and other settings to double check.