Chromecast with Google TV (HD) review: A worthwhile entry-level upgrade [Video] – By Damien Wilde 9to5Google
When the Chromecast with Google TV (HD) was unveiled, we’re sure that more than a few heads turned in confusion. Who is this device for and why would you choose it? Having spent a week with Google’s latest streaming stick, we feel closer to an answer. This is our full review.
The Fastest Ways to Select Text on Your Computer – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Highlighting text is something you probably do a lot and don’t think much about. There are actually a surprising number of ways to do it, and some are much better than others. We’ll show you the fastest methods.
5 Simple Time Saving Apps You’d Wish You’d Known Yesterday – By Simpletivity YouTube
What’s New in Chrome 106, Arriving Today – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Like grains of sand through the hourglass, so are the releases of Chrome. Google Chrome version 105 arrives on September 27, 2022 with a work-in-progress RSS reader, translation for highlighted text, and several other upcoming features are seeing progress.
How to set custom ringtones on your Google Pixel – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
Stock Android makes it pretty easy to jump in and make your phone your own. One way is to set up a custom ringtone or song for your Google Pixel. This guide will take you through the simple yet fast process.
How to Turn On the Flashlight on Android – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Whether you have trouble finding your home keys in dark, or you want to brighten up your path, turn on your Android phone‘s camera flash and use it as a flashlight. We’ll show you three different ways to do that.
The Cost Difference Between Using LED and Incandescent Lightbulbs – By Elizabeth Yuko Lifehacker
Light bulbs are one of those things that you don’t really pay attention to until one burns out and you have to replace it. So when that time comes, do you replace it with an incandescent bulb, or a newer LED bulb? Here’s what to know about the differences in cost between the two.
How to Show the Battery Percentage on Android – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Do you want your Android phone to display the current battery percentage in your screen’s top-right corner? If so, toggle on an option in your phone’s settings and it’ll do that. We’ll show you how.
8 Tips and Tricks for Android 13– By Review Geek Review Geek
Google has over a decade of Android updates under its belt, and each year brings new improvements. Now that Android 13 is publicly available, you’ll want to know all of the great features you can unlock. There’s plenty in store for you.
The Best Laptops of 2021 for Work, Play, and Everything In Between – By Chris Hoffman How-To Geek
Phones and tablets are great, but laptops are the original portable computers. A laptop can serve you well at a desk, too, transforming into a desktop PC when you dock it with an external monitor and peripherals. Here’s the best laptop you can buy right now.
Chromecast with Google TV (HD) goes official for $29.99 with 1080p, HDR, 8GB storage – By Ben Schoon 9to5Google
Two years after the original, the Chromecast with Google TV is getting a sequel. The Chromecast with Google TV (HD) costs just $29.99, here’s what it brings to the table.
Google Messages ‘Swipe Actions’: What they are, and how to change them – By Andrew Romero 9to5Google
Swipe actions have been around for almost as long as we can remember. In Gmail, they let you easily sort incoming mail with a quick swipe. In Google Messages, swipe actions act in pretty much the same way.
How to Make Google Forms Look Amazing! – By Simpletivity YouTube
Your smartphone camera has great hidden features—here’s how to find them – By Jeff Carlson Popular Science
What could be more fundamental to photography today than our smartphone cameras? They’re ever-present, ready in moments, and the technology behind them makes it easy to capture great photos in most situations. And yet, I regularly encounter people who are unaware of many of the core functions of the built-in camera app.
How to Make Your Keyboard Light Up – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Need to see your keyboard in the dark? Turn on the backlight on your Windows or Mac computer. If supported, you can enable the light using a keyboard shortcut, a built-in app, or your keyboard’s dedicated app. We’ll show you your options.