I’ve used Google and its variety of services a lot in the past; they’re convenient, free to use, and work across all platforms. However, lately I’ve been
A ransomware attack late last week affected various computers around the world; the hardest hit nation was the United Kingdom. There, hospitals had to turn away patients (unless it was an emergency), as
Some time ago, I wrote about how Google’s Chrome OS is now the most popular OS used in American schools. In the past, Microsoft’s tried to compete with Chromebooks,
Despite being two very different operating systems, Windows 7 and Chrome OS are reportedly doing quite well in two separate areas: global desktop OS share (for Windows 7) and United States classrooms (for
A look at several browser-based tax filing services.
It’s now been about two years since I bought my first Chromebook, the Acer C720. Since then, the lightweight laptop’s been quite useful. Its usefulness has increased even more
Now that the entire range of Google Play Android apps are finally coming to Chrome OS (the operating system Chromebooks use), one question should be asked: which apps will be the most popular?
On Wednesday, Google held its annual I/O keynote. There, the company announced various products, including: an Amazon Echo competitor (“Google Home”); some new messaging apps; the next version of Android,
Since the summer of 2014, I’ve been using an Acer C720 Chromebook as a secondary computer and my initial delving into Google’s Chrome OS-based computers. However, over a week
On Thursday, it was reported (initially by the Wall Street Journal) that Google plans to fold Chrome OS into its Android operating system. The goal is to create a new Android-based operating system