Chrome has built-in tab restoration and management options, but there are many available extensions that greatly expand upon its limited capabilities. If you’re looking for more powerful ways of working with your browser tabs, check out OneTab. Read more
If you’re feeling overwhelmed with the vast number of options available to you when choosing a new laptop, there are online tools at your disposal to help you whittle down the choices. I’ve covered some before, but new entrant, Swogo, offers an attractive, information-packed presentation that easily makes it the top contender. Read more
When you live in your web browser most of the day, you are probably accustomed to managing numerous tabs. As you’re moving back and forth, getting your work on, it is inevitable that you will, at some point, accidentally close out an important browser tab.
There is a useful keyboard shortcut available to mitigate this annoying occurrence. Read more
If you have or spend much time with children, you will probably appreciate how much they LOVE iOS devices, particularly Apple’s iPads. With a wealth of high-quality fun and educational games available, and an easy-to-use, attractive interface, the iPad is a no brainer for entertaining and edifying kids of all ages.
Then, it happens. “Can I download this app? It’s free!!!!” You say “Sure!!!!,” and before you know it, you’re getting an outrageous bill and realize that some little man/woman was being a wee-bit too generous with their taps regarding in-app purchases.
If you use an iPhone, you are probably painfully aware of alternative mapping options on iOS. After the re-engineering of the native Maps app in iOS 6, the ephemeral absence of a high-quality Google Maps option was acutely felt.
Luckily, users did not have to suffer long, and, in December 2012, Google released their Google Maps iPhone client with a beautiful redesign. Recently, the app has gotten even better with the addition of several new features. Read more
These days, the market is saturated with myriad screen sharing/remote access solutions, in addition to whatever functionality is already built into your operating system. While some programs offer additional types of functionality, they are all very similar, and most work well.
So, do we really have room in our collaborative work/troubleshooting lives for one more entry? The makers of Screenhero thinks you do. Read more
Google may not spend the same budget to market its mobile operating system’s voice capabilities, but modern Android devices have a powerful collection of voice actions that make it competitive with many of the capabilities of Apple’s Siri, and, in some cases, surpasses it.
Today, we’re going to explore some of the more useful options it makes available. Read more
While everyone has a specific preference for the type of environment they feel most productive in, I’m continually surprised at how many people I meet state that they work best in environments with moderate ambient noise. While I lean a little more towards the total silence milieu, there are numerous workers that enjoy just enough background noise to make them feel like they’re not in a library, but not so much noise that it becomes distracting.
Even though coffee shops are ubiquitous, we are not always in a position to take advantage of them. Today’s recommendation, while simple in its conceit, offers a convenient option. Read more