People lead fast-paced lives nowadays, and living on the go means having the tools to jump from desk to destination at a snap of a finger. This is why Google Chrome-Android sync features are more important than many people realize. Here are some things you can do with the combined power of Chrome and Android.
Your smartphone and/or tablet are essential to your day-to-day tasks. Should they get infected by viruses, would you know what steps to take? If you're using an Android device, you're in luck. This guide can help you remove viruses on your Android phone or tablet.
Using a Google account across your devices makes many things like email, web browsing, and managing your calendar a lot more convenient. Here are five tricks you might not yet know you can do when you sync Chrome with your Android phone.
Send directions from Google Maps to your Android phone
While Google Maps works great on smartphones, it’s often easier to use on larger screens.
Windows 10 is developed as a service, and regularly receives patches and bug fixes. It also gets feature updates at least twice a year, and 2018 is no different. This October, Microsoft unveiled the October 2018 update, also known as Redstone 5, which comes with some amazing new features.
Not only is the efficiency of a Mac/iPhone combo well-known but it’s also quite hard to beat. That being said, it doesn’t mean that there aren’t other dynamic duos that can give them a run for their money. Enter Android phones and Google Chrome, the technological team with some pretty decent tricks up their sleeves.
Google has announced another batch of features coming to your Android phone, possibly as soon as next month. Although some of the items are simple and subtle integrations and others are far more grandiose, they’re all going to drastically improve the performance of your phone.
Love it or hate it, mobile technology in the workplace is here to stay. While more and more companies are utilizing it as a way to up their productivity, there is a right and a wrong way to go about it. Here are four tips to help you successfully integrate mobile devices into your organization to create a more efficient and productive business.