Google Glass is a much anticipated wearable PC product that Google is beta testing in the public by inviting Explorers into the program who in turn can then buy Google Glass version 2.0 for around $1500. Glass is almost the unicorn tech at the moment so once you get a pair of them, most people you meet will be very curious to try it out. Guest mode on Glass allows you to let users get a taste of using Glass without them having access to your personal data or affecting your data.
Google Chrome offers the sync feature to let you access your browser data and settings from anywhere by just signing in to your account. While this feature can be convenient, it can store very sensitive information like your password, autofill, or bookmarks to Google’s server. If your account is hacked, your personal information can be […]
If you use your Google profile to discuss products, people within your circles can see your reviews when searching. Unless you disable this, Google will use your profile image and name as a part of their advertising service.
Though Facebook is the most popular medium for inviting friends to social events, parties, or public meetings, you can use Google+, the fastest growing social network, to do the same with more features.
If you manage multiple email inboxes inside a Google account, you may notice that the service always forces you to reply from the default address even if the email message was sent to another of your inboxes. This may not be a good idea because you may have addresses that you do not want other […]
By default on Samsung Android devices, the status bar only shows a battery icon that reflects the current battery status on your phone. While it is a good way to keep track of how much juice is left until your phone shuts down, the indicator is only updated when the battery percentage reaches a specific […]
If your Chrome browser has been acting up lately and you cannot figure out why, it may be a good idea to reset the browser to its default state.
If you have a video that you want to share with the public but you also want to keep the people in the video anonymous, consider blurring their faces. This tutorial will show you how to do it in YouTube without any third-party applications.
Even though the translation service in Google Chrome is helpful, you may want to prevent it from automatically translating the contents of your web pages. You can also disable the service completely if you think it gives inaccurate translations.
If you have a YouTube channel, placing links to your Facebook Page, Twitter Feed, or directly to your website is essential.