How to Delete the LG G4 Browser History


Privacy is a top priority for many smartphone users, especially when we use our devices for just about everything. Devices like the new LG G4 are pretty secure with lockscreen passwords or KnockCode, but that may not be comforting enough for some. For those that own the LG G4 and would like to learn how […]

How to Delete Your Galaxy S6 Browser History

In addition to new software there is an improved fingerprint sensor to unlock the Galaxy S6 Edge.

Lately privacy is a growing and top priority for many smartphone users, especially when we use our devices for anything and everything. Devices like the Galaxy S6 are pretty secure with a built-in fingerprint scanner for a lockscreen, but that isn’t always enough. If you happen to own the Galaxy S6 and would like to […]

How to Use YouTube’s New Web Player Right Now

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YouTube’s web player design has remained mostly the same for the past few years, but here’s how you can try out the video site’s new experimental web player right now before it rolls out to the public. The new interface keeps the same overall design and color scheme of the web player that we’ve known […]

How to Change the Background on Google Chrome


One of our favorite features to the plain Google Search homepage back in the day was changing the background wallpaper on Google, but that was discontinued in late 2012 for a more streamlined experience for all users. However, with Google Chrome, users can customize the entire look of Google and the homepage with themes. If […]

Google Chrome Beta Update Adds Android L Material Design


This morning, Google announced that the company’s popular Google Chrome Browser (beta channel) for Android received a major update delivering tons of changes. One of which delivers the new Android L material design look to users early. Last month at the annual Google I/O Developer event Android users and developers received their first look at […]

How to Delete Browser History on Android


Privacy is becoming more and more of a concern these days, especially when we use our smartphones for anything and everything. One question we continue to get is how to delete or clear your browser history on an Android smartphone or tablet. There are many different reasons a user may want to delete their internet […]

How to Delete Your Internet Browser History

Browser History

There are many reasons to delete your internet browser history. No matter what reason you choose, here’s how to delete it and hide your tracks. First off, it’s important to note that your browser history and search history are two different things. This how-to guide will show you how to delete your browser history, but […]

Microsoft Office Online Apps Now Available in Chrome Web Store


Microsoft has been very busy in the last month as it works to develop and extend its Mobile and Cloud strategy. Earlier today we posted about the availability of the new lower cost Office 365 Personal edition and included references to the newly released Microsoft Office Apps for the iPad, as well as the fact […]

How To Find Google Now on Your Desktop with Chrome Browser

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A few weeks ago Google announced that it would be making Google Now available for all  desktop and laptop users running the Chrome browser. As is typical with these roll outs not everyone saw the new feature at once. Today it rolled out in my mobile office. Google Now displays information you need in a […]

How to Speed Up Android Web Browsing


When it comes to browsing the web on our Android smartphones and tablets, Google’s Chrome Browser is one of the best options around, but it could be better. If you’re still frustrated by slow web browsing or choppy scrolling, we have a solution. Chrome for Android replaced the stock Android browser after Android 4.0 Ice […]

Google Reportedly Working on Remote Desktop App for iOS and Android

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The software market is littered with remote desktop tools that allow users to control a desktop computer or laptop from another computer or mobile device, and many of them are free. However, Google thinks it can create a better option that you’ll actually want to use, and the company is calling the phenomenon of its […]

Google Now Coming to Chrome with Latest Alpha Build

Google Now

Google Now has finally hit the Chrome web browser in the latest alpha build. The new feature works through Chrome’s notification center and provides users Google Now cards with information such as weather, traffic, sports scores and reminders. Since this new feature is available in just an alpha build, you’ll have to enable it by […]

Chrome Stops Being Coy, Now Includes Integrated App Launcher & UI


Many industry insiders hypothesized that it was only a matter of time before Chrome, the Google built web browser for users who don’t like Firefox or Internet Explorer, would try to make a play at completely encapsulating users in the Google experience. As of today’s release of Chrome, they were right. Starting with today’s update […]

Chrome iOS Bug Reveals that Incognito Mode Is Broken


A new bug in Google’s Chrome app for iOS has been discovered, and it’s a big one for privacy buffs. The bug deals with Incognito Mode, and it was discovered that any Google searches done in Incognito Mode would show up in search history when in a regular Chrome window from the Google home page. […]

Where to Buy Chromecast

This is the Google ChromeCast, a small device that puts music, movies and apps on your HDTV.

With Google having now formally announced its third attempt at bringing its services to the living room, many users are looking to get their hands on Chromecast, the device that allows users to stream content to their televisions. As the initial stock seems to be rather low, it’s best that users who want the device […]

Google Roll It Brings Skee Ball To Desktop & Mobile Chrome Browsers


Google’s latest Chrome campaign brings a version of skee ball to desktop and mobile browsers, complete with Wii-like motion controls. The game, called Roll It, is just like the classic skee ball arcade game though it takes up far less room. To play the game users just go to this website and follow the instructions. […]

Racer Shows The Power Of Chrome On Smartphones & Tablets


Today at Google I/O Google discussed the power of its Chrome web browser, and to show everything the browser can do it put together a racing game that works across multiple devices. The game, called Racer, uses a number of web technologies to create a seamless slot racing game on any Android or iOS device […]

Google Chrome Coming to iPhone and iPad Today

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Google is bringing its Chrome browser to the iPhone and iPad later today. The new browser will work just like the Android version, though it won’t have the benefit of using the custom Chrome engine. Like every other third-party iOS web-browser Chrome for iOS needs to use the Safari rendering engine so it should work […]

Google Chrome for Android ICS Leaves Beta

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Google announced today that the Google Chrome for Android browser left beta today. This first stable version of the mobile browser for Android will show up in the Google Play Store for users of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above only. In other words the majority of Android users can’t download it at this […]