A supposed merge of Android and Chrome OS has been rumored for years—to the point where some people believe one will eventually replace the other. That’s not what’s really going to happen—but the two are joining forces.
Mobile security is a big deal, probably now more than ever. Most of us live on our phones, with financial information, calendar appointments, family photos, and more stored on our devices. Here’s how to keep your Android phone secure.
Chrome OS 69 just hit the stable channel and is currently rolling out to devices. This brings a handful of new features and changes, including Google’s Material theme, Night Light, an improved file manager, and most importantly: support for Linux apps.
The year is 2018, and telecommuting is at an all-time high. Working from home has never been easier and the benefits—both for employees and employers—are vast. There’s just one problem: Google Maps is annoying.
If you have a cyclist in your life, you know what a picky bunch we can be.