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Google brings keyboard shortcuts and custom mouse buttons to ChromeOS

Google brings keyboard shortcuts and custom mouse buttons to ChromeOS – By Amelia Holowaty Krales The Verge
The keyboard shortcut feature will work like it does in other operating systems, in which you can assign specific actions to specific key combinations. Google uses the examples of tweaking shortcuts to be easier to carry out one-handed or making them resemble those you’re used to in, say, macOS.

Bitwarden Design: Updating the web app navigation

Bitwarden Design: Updating the web app navigation – By Danielle Flinn bitwarden.com
The team looked at other suites of SaaS products and each had a separate experience built specifically with administrators in mind to manage the tools and services they had purchased. With the launch of Secrets Manager, it was clear that Bitwarden would need to move in this direction to allow administrators to use a central experience to manage all things Bitwarden.

4 reasons to switch away from Google Password Manager

4 reasons to switch away from Google Password Manager – By Karandeep Singh Android Police
Each one of our favorite Android phones comes with Google’s password manager built in. It offers a convenient and safe way to store your credentials and is much better than relying on your memory to manually enter the single password you use everywhere. While it is indeed convenient, this built-in tool from Google isn’t a great password manager per se. It certainly won’t be our default recommendation even if you’re just starting with a proper password management system.

How to Use Wi-Fi Calling for Calls and Texts Without Cellular Service

How to Use Wi-Fi Calling for Calls and Texts Without Cellular Service – By See full CNET
Even though wireless carriers often tout their beefy nationwide 5G networks, outages can and do happen. AT&T’s recent outage was widespread enough that the carrier advised its customers to make use of Wi-Fi calling as a backup — which is a feature that Verizon and AT&T both offer to their subscribers.

– Why passkeys will replace passwords

Why passkeys will replace passwords – By Aviad Mizrachi infoworld.com

With the growth of sophisticated attacks against critical software and infrastructure systems, multi-factor authentication (MFA) has emerged as a critical layer of defense against unauthorized access. An increasing number of enterprise and developer-facing technology applications and platforms, from GitHub to Salesforce to Amazon Web Services, are making MFA mandatory for users.

How to Fix an Android Phone That Says “Emergency Calls Only”

How to Fix an Android Phone That Says “Emergency Calls Only” – By Joe Fedewa How-To Geek
You may occasionally see a somewhat cryptic message in the status bar of your Android device that says “Emergency Calls Only.” This message sounds concerning, but it’s probably not a big deal. There are a number of common causes and easy fixes you can try.

Even if you can’t see it, your Chromebook does have a right-click function

Even if you can’t see it, your Chromebook does have a right-click function – By Zach Gray-Traverso Android Police
Chromebooks are becoming increasingly popular as they’ve evolved from a glorified browser into a full-fledged computer. And Premium Chromebooks offer plenty of advanced hardware like beautiful screens and fingerprint scanners that bring the user experience to a new level. No matter which Chromebook they have, most new Chromebook users will notice that there isn’t a right-click button built into their device. Even though it’s not obvious, there is still a way to right-click on a Chromebook.

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