Wyze Cam v3 review: This $20 security camera now goes inside or outside – By Megan Wollerton cnet.com
Startup Wyze is back with a third-gen version of its entry-level security camera — the Wyze Cam v3. You can preorder the new Wyze Cam now, with shipping slated for mid-November. Like the previous model we tested, this iteration costs just $20
YouTube Doesn’t Know Your Password – By youtube.com VIDEO
A brief introduction to password hashing for the uninitiated — and why you should never trust a site that emails your password back to you!
How to Send Text Messages from Your Chromebook– By Shubham Agarwal howtogeek.com
OS offers a handful of ways to keep your Chromebook and Android phone in sync. One of its features allows you to access your SMS inbox and respond to texts from your Chromebook. Here’s how to set it up.
Chrome OS 86 Stable Channel arrives on Chromebooks: What you need to know – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
this week, Google announced the Stable Channel release of Chrome OS, although the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 I recently reviewed hasn’t received the update yet. There are a few other Chromebook models that haven’t as of the time of writing; you can look for your Chromebook here to see if the update is available. Instead of waiting for the update and sharing all of the latest features in it like I normally do, here’s a rundown of what you need to know about Chrome OS 86.
Pixel 4a Hidden Features – TIPS & TRICKS You Need To KNOW! – HotshotTek youtube.com VIDEO
Every tips and tricks, some hidden features that any new or current Pixel 4a owner needs to know about their smartphone.
6 new Android 11 features you can use today – By Dale Smith cnet.com
Android 11 continues to roll out to handsets around the world, users of Google’s mobile operating system are getting a ton of new features that could completely change the way they use their phones. Apple’s iOS has offered some of them for years, but other new tricks put Google ahead of the iPhone
Important household sounds become more accessible – By Sagar SavlaSharlene Yuan blog.google2
Appliances beeping. Water running. Dogs barking. These are all sounds that are meant to grab your attention when something important is happening. But, if you have hearing loss or are wearing headphones, these sounds might not be able to draw your attention like they’re intended to.
Top 4 things to look for when buying a Chromebook on Amazon Prime Day – By Ara Wagoner androidcentral.com
Among the tens of thousands of deals coming on Amazon Prime Day, the deals on Chromebooks are among the most perilous. Good Chromebooks have been hard to come by the last several months due to a confluence of unprecedented demand and supply shortages. As millions work from home and learn from home, affordable, reliable, durable Chromebooks are winning over new users left and right.
How to Find Latitude and Longitude Coordinates Using Google Maps – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com
As one of the most powerful mapping tools available, Google Maps has a number of features designed to help you pinpoint your location. If you want to know your exact position, you can pull up your GPS coordinates in Google Maps.
36 Hidden Google Search Games and Easter Eggs – By Marshall Gunnell howtogeek.com
Google has hidden lots of quirky Easter eggs and fun games in its search engine. Below are some of the best, so just head to Google and type one of the following searches.
Set Up Price Tracking Today to Save on Christmas Presents Later – By Andrew Heinzman reviewgeek.com
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to screw with supply chains and shipping times, retailers are canceling Black Friday and Cyber Monday in favor of sporadic online-only sales. If you want to catch these sales as they come (and avoid the shipping delays that will inevitably begin as early as October), then it’s time to set up a price tracker that automatically alerts you when products are on sale.
Blacklight by The Markup
Who is peeking over your shoulder while you work, watch videos, learn, explore, and shop on the internet? Enter the address of any website, and Blacklight will scan it and reveal the specific user-tracking technologies on the site—and who’s getting your data. You may be surprised at what you learn.
Should You Buy a Dash Cam? – By Suzanne Humphries reviewgeek.com
When you hear the phrase “dash cam,” it’s easy to think of those ridiculous dash cam videos recorded by Russian drivers, but they have far more functionality than catching crazy events that happen out on the road. We decided to look at the pros and cons of having a dash cam, and give you our recommendation.
How to use Google Photos in 2020 – By 6 Months Later Reviews youtube.com
Google Photos – what it is, how to use it, the core features, some common scenarios for using it, a deep dive into shared albums and how to use them with Google Assistant Displays
USB Type A Connector: Everything You Need to Know – By Chris Hoffman howtogeek.com
USB comes in many shapes and sizes, but USB Type-A connectors are the most common type. They’re rectangular in shape and have been in wide use for decades. In the official USB specification, USB-A is known as “Standard-A.”
OLED vs. QLED, and More: Which TV Should You Buy? – By Tim Brookes howtogeek.com
Want a new TV, but confused by the barrage of acronyms and jargon manufacturers love? One of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make is whether you want a traditional light-emitting diode (LED) model, or a set that features the newer organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology.