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  • How to Run Android Apps in Google Chrome

    By Tim Schiesser on

    Did you know that you can run Android apps in Google Chrome? This means that all desktop operating systems are supported, including Windows 10, MacOS, Chrome OS, and Linux. App support is hit or miss but if you're up for experimentation, this one is for you.
  • Chrome Tab Management Tips and Extensions

    By Jose Vilches on

    Tabs revolutionized web browsers many years ago and today they're as essential when getting things done online. But having too many open tabs can be counter-productive. Chrome doesn't have extensive tab management options, but there are handy extensions that can help you get things under control.
  • Five Experimental Chrome Settings Worth Enabling

    By Mark Turner on

    Similar to the "Labs" section of Gmail, Google has a hidden list of experimental features that you can enable to enhance Chrome. Out of the bunch, we've picked a handful of flags that are safe and yet useful to the average Chrome install.
  • 5 Great Chrome Extensions You Should Install

    By Rob Thubron on

    Chrome is three times more popular than its closest rival, Internet Explorer. But if you want to improve the Chrome experience further, you'll need to install some killer extensions. There are hundreds to choose from, but ever wondered what are those 2 or 3 really useful extensions you should be using, here are 5 of the very best.
  • How to Remote Access Your Computer with Chrome

    By Erik Orejuela on

    Chrome Remote Desktop can be installed in any machine with a Chrome browser, regardless of the operating system. This brings the possibility of not only accessing your files and programs remotely like in traditional cases, but also the option of running Windows or macOS applications in your ChromeOS device.
  • Customizing Chrome's New Tab page

    By Shawn Knight on

    Chrome's New Tab page can be rather handy if you frequently visit the same sites and while Google has baked in some basic customization options for those looking to personalize the new tab page and there's plenty more manipulation to be had if you venture into the world of extensions.
  • The 8 Best Products From MWC 2017

    By TechSpot Staff on

    Every year the industry's biggest names in mobile gather in Barcelona to show us a glimpse of the devices and innovations that will define the months to come. In no particular order, here's our selection of the most promising and downright cool products we found at MWC 2017.
  • Find Your Motherboard Brand and Model

    By Rob Thubron on

    There are many reasons why you might need to find your motherboard's brand and model number. Looking to update drivers or the BIOS is most common, but you may also want to check compatibility, discover specs, or look for a replacement. And with OEM PCs and laptops, it's not always as straightforward as checking the box of your motherboard's box.
  • Tweaking Windows 10 Privacy Settings

    By Shawn Knight on

    Several controversial privacy issues have kept many from upgrading to Windows 10, even with the free upgrade offer (still) on the table. While some of the initial uproar may have been overblown, there are some settings worth visiting in this post-Snowden era of heightened concern regarding personal privacy.
  • How to Throw Your Video Game Controller

    By Kirk Hamilton on

    Video games are a lot of fun, but they can also be frustrating. From time to time, you may even get frustrated enough that you want to throw something. Good news! Your controller is right there in your hand.
  • Enable Windows 10's Hidden "God Mode"

    By Matthew DeCarlo on

    As indicated by enthusiasts around the Web, there is a simple way to access a hidden 'God Mode' in Windows. With a name like that, your expectations might be a little high -- and no, Windows is not secretly invincible -- but the trick is awesome nevertheless.
  • 7 Ways to Screenshot in Windows 10

    By Tim Schiesser on

    A few of you are probably thinking:
  • Take advantage of Xbox Streaming and Game DVR in Windows 10

    By Rob Thubron on

    As part of Microsoft's continuing efforts to close the gap between its console and PCs, game streaming allows Xbox One owners to play console games on Windows 10 devices that share the same local network. Learn how to use this feature and make use of game DVR to save your gameplay videos.
  • 7 Free Apps to Install on a New Windows PC

    By Erik Orejuela on

    You just bought a new Windows laptop, built a new desktop, or are simply clean installing on a new SSD. Gotta love the smell of a fresh new machine, but now you have to get back to productivity zen by recovering your files and installing programs. We've compiled a list of essential programs to get you started.
  • Get Rid of Windows 10 Ads, Office Offers and Other Annoyances

    By Jose Vilches on

    Microsoft slowly started to sneak advertisements into the Windows platform with Windows 8, and they've only crept up further in Windows 10. Thankfully it's easy to shut down most of these annoyances if you know where to look.
  • The 12 Best Games for Android

    By Kotaku on

    There are a bunch of really great games available for Android phones and tablets, including lots of the best games that are also on Apple's iPhones and iPads. Here's our list of the 12 best games for Android.
  • Explainer: What is Gigabit LTE?

    By Tim Schiesser on

    One of the big improvements that is coming to mobile networks this year is Gigabit LTE. You might have heard of it already - companies are gearing up for deployments around the globe right now - but if not, it'll become a bigger talking point in the months to come. Gigabit LTE is set to hit everything from smartphones and laptops to portable hotspots and cars.
  • Moto Z Battery Beast: Mod Delivers Best in Class Smartphone Battery Life

    By Tim Schiesser on

    Suffering from battery anxiety sucks, so I recently went on a crusade to find the flagship smartphone with the best battery life. Like most phones the Moto Z's battery is non-removable, but you can magnetically attach a battery mod to the rear of the device that provides a significant stamina boost. Moto Mods are simple and sleek. The results are great, too.
  • The 12 Best Games on the iPhone

    By Kotaku on

    You've got yourself an iPhone and you want to play some games on it. You might not want to just plunge into the App Store-it's a jungle, full of deadly spiders, wild animals, and bad games. Here, let us help you. Below, we've listed the 12 games we feel are a great starting point for iPhone gaming.
  • Biggest Tech Fads of the Last Decade

    By Rob Thubron on

    A number of industries are well known for their fads: fashion, food, health. But technology has experienced just as many short-lived crazes over the years. From mobile games so popular they caused a danger to the public, to "futuristic" television sets that slowly died off. Here are the tech world's biggest fads from the last decade.
  • The Ideal Smartphone for 2017

    By Tim Schiesser on

    My quest for the perfect handset continues. Some phones came close - I loved the Google Pixel XL and the Galaxy S7 was pretty good - but nothing was without fault. In this article, I'll be exploring the perfect smartphone; the flagship phone I want to see in 2017.
  • Getting Started with Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts

    By Shawn Knight on

    Keyboard shortcuts can be found in virtually every modern operating system, app and service. They may only shave off a second or two at a time but trust me, the savings can quickly add up when used on a regular basis. Such is the case with Gmail, one of the world's most popular e-mail clients.
  • Use Gmail Filters to Automate your Inbox

    By Tim Schiesser on

    Filters can help automate many of the tasks you may perform daily, and can streamline your inbox to show just the emails you want, while removing those you don't. And while Google does some basic filtering by default, creating your own can take inbox organization to the next level.
  • Use Gmail Offline and Enable Email Scheduling & Snoozing

    By Rob Thubron on

    Even in today's connected world, there will be times when you find yourself stuck offline. But there's no need to panic in these situations; you can still read, search, and reply to your Gmail messages without an internet connection. We'll also recommend a way for you to send messages at scheduled times and postpone incoming emails.
  • Mastering Gmail Search

    By Julio Franco on

    When Gmail debuted 12 years ago it made a shift in how we thought about email. Instead of deleting, the idea of archiving messages indefinitely became plausible. This has been helped by good UX and powerful search capabilities. Gmail search is also speedy which makes it practical. Here I'll cover a few of my favorite and most useful Gmail search operators.
  • A Decade Later: Does the Q6600 Still Have Game in 2017?

    By Steven Walton on

    Released about 10 years ago, we thought it would be interesting to see how the Q6600 holds up in 2017 while playing today's games on modern GPUs. In other words, what would happen if you paired a trusty old PC with a GeForce GTX 1060 or GTX 1070.
  • How to Remotely Sign Out of Gmail on Multiple Devices

    By Jose Vilches on

    Gmail has a remote log out feature that's quite handy in situations where your account could be exposed to prying eyes, allowing you to end all active sessions from any computer or mobile phone. Some of you might not be familiar with it but it sits right there at the bottom of your inbox and is just a single click away.
  • Comparing Team Communication Apps: What Do You Get for Free?

    By Erik Orejuela on

    Team communication and messaging is one area where we've seen a ton of action lately, with apps such as Slack becoming the ultimate tool for workgroup collaboration. Make your business and workgroup more efficient with a communication solution that doesn't cost a dime.
  • The NES Classic was my favorite holiday gift. Now here's what Nintendo should improve for the SNES version

    By Shawn Knight on

    The next logical step for Nintendo at this point is to create a Classic Edition based on the Super Nintendo. It's not a matter of 'if' we'll see a SNES Classic Edition but rather, 'when.'
  • The 10 Most Anticipated PC Games of 2017

    By Tim Schiesser on

    2016 was a decent if unspectacular year for PC gaming. Several popular game franchises received high quality additions, we also saw great new IPs, but a collection of games we were excited for ended up being major disappointments. Mafia III and No Man's Sky are prime examples. Hopefully the games we're most excited to play in 2017 will meet the hype surrounding their release.