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Google Pixel Phone Review

Google Pixel Phone Review

When I first heard about the Pixel phone from Google, I thought to myself “I have to have that”. There was no question. It just sounded too sweet….

Are Chromebooks immune to Virus’?

Chromebooks have gotten a lot of buzz these past couple years. When I was a Google Specialist just 2 years ago, there were 4 Chromebooks in existance: the…

ThingCHARGER Review

Not long ago, I was contacted by my friend Neal Jacob about an opportunity to review a nifty looking little gadget called the ThingCHARGER. Of course I said…

Chromecast 2.0 – Is it any better than the original?

In July, 2013 Google released the Chromecast. This past September, Google released an upgrade to the popular video/audio streaming stick. The original Chromecast was, in my humble opinion,…

Amazon Echo – Alexa: The New Girl in Town

Communicating vocally with an electronic device has become rather commonplace. It shouldn’t be long before relationships as in the movie “Her” will regretfully become common as well. That…

Map your OneDrive to Windows without storing files locally

As cloud computing becomes more common and as users store more files in the cloud, the common solution of syncing cloud files to your computer may become untenable…

Chromebook Pixel 2

Google’s Chromebook Pixel 2 has arrived!

Google’s Chromebook Pixel 2 has arrived, and I’ve gotta admit, it’s pretty amazing. A significant upgrade from it’s predecessor, and noticeably cheaper.

Upload 50,000 Songs to Google Music

This morning, when I opened Google Music on my Chromebook, I was presented with a message telling me I could now upload 50,000 songs to Google Music. The…

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…

Chrome Experiments

1000 Chrome Experiments, and Counting

Yesterday, the Google Chrome team announced a significant milestone: 1000 Chrome Experiments, and counting. In 2009, the Chrome team launched Chrome Experimentswith just 19 experiments, pushing HTML5 and…