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Vectr Free Graphic Design Tool

Vectr – Free Web Based Graphic Design Tool: Review

I’ll start this review by admitting that I am NOT a graphic designer. I do design graphics, on occasion for my various projects, but I would never apply…

Review: Synergyse Training and KeyRocket

Review: Synergyse Training and KeyRocket

As an IT professional I find myself troubled when asked for advice about purchasing a new computer. One of my biggest concerns as of late is whether the…

sFTP Server inside your Files app – Chromebook

I bring you joyous news. No, I’m not here to talk about how my home town finally got a Popeyes Chicken (as joyous as that news may be)….

Tales of an Offline Chromebook

Much has been said these past several years regarding Chromebooks, and their ability to perform sans Internet. It’s no secret that I myself am a Chrome OS fan-boy…

How to get Windows 8 Metro on your Chromebook (not really)

Finally my touch screen Chromebook makes sense. Of course I’m joking. There’s no way a touch screen Chromebook makes sense. But just in case you really like that…

Watch Google Play Movies Offline on your Chromebook

A new app from Google in the Chrome Web Store allows you to watch Google Play Movies from your Chrome OS device (or any Chrome browser). What’s so…

g.lux for Chrome makes late-night facebooking easier on the eyes

If you’re like me, working during the day is way too distracting. Too much noise, and light, and napping. Working at night is just so much more natural….

Chrome Web Store now viewable on mobile

We’ve all been there, we’re browsing the interwebs on our mobile phone, probably on Google+, when we see a recommendation for a sweet app/extension on the Chrome Web…

Project Naptha

Highlight and copy text from an image? Eh, maybe someday with Project Naptha.

Ever wish you could copy the text off of an image and paste it elsewhere? Well, now you can. Sort of. Thanks to the folks at projectnaptha.com, if…

Office in Chrome Web Store

Microsoft Office in the Chrome Web Store? Yup.

That’s right folks. Your Chromebook is now a real laptop. According to Microsoft, anyways. Their definition of a “real laptop” includes having Microsoft Office. Well now thanks to…