Author Archives: Joe Fedewa

What would Chrome OS look like on a phone? Awesome.

Posted on 15 Nov 2012 by Joe Fedewa

Google can be a confusing company sometimes. Right now they are pushing two different operating systems: Android and Chrome OS. Android runs on tablets, but not laptops, and only Android runs on phones, but they both have Chrome browser. Many people have asked “when will they combine?” We’re still probably …

A quick comparison between Google Drive Picasa and Flickr

Posted on 24 Apr 2012 by Joe Fedewa

Google Drive has been announced and people are wondering if it’s the best option for them. If you’re into photography you might be wondering what Google Drive and Picasa can offer over Flickr. We’ve created the chart above with some comparisons of key features such as price and storage size. …

How To: Using Google Drive [Video]

Posted on by Joe Fedewa

Google Drive was just announced a few minutes ago, and you’re probably wondering how the heck to use this new thing. Google has uploaded an informational video about what you can do with Google Drive, and how to use it. Google Docs is built right in to Drive, so using …

Google Drive Officially Announced [Video]

Posted on by Joe Fedewa

Finally! After months of speculation, rumors, and leaks, Google Drive is officially available. It’s exactly as you would expect from a cloud storage service. Signing up will get you 5GB for free. After that it’s $2.50 per month for 25GB, $5 per month for 500GB, and $50 per month for …

Chrome for Android Updated, Adds User Requested Features

Posted on 17 Apr 2012 by Joe Fedewa

Chrome for Android Beta has just recieved a nice update that makes it a little less beta-y. One of the things a lot of users have been requesting is “request desktop site” like the stock ICS browser has. Thankfully Google has listened and added this in the new update. Other …

Sony Working on a VAIO Chromebook, Possibly ARM Powered

Posted on 26 Mar 2012 by Joe Fedewa

New Chromebooks are few and far between, so when a Sony VAIO laptop with Chrome OS passed through the FCC our eyes lit up. This new Chromebook from Sony has a 11.6″ display, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB ports, HDMI, and an SD card slot. Unfortuneately that’s about all we know from …

Chrome Becomes Most Popular Browser…for One Day

Posted on 22 Mar 2012 by Joe Fedewa

In the browser wars there are two very good competitors, and one giant leader. The leader is of course Internet Explorer, and the competitors are Chrome and Firefox. In recent times Chrome has surpassed Firefox to take over second place, but passing IE has eluded the team from Google. That …

Chrome for Windows 8 Metro In the Works

Posted on 13 Mar 2012 by Joe Fedewa

We’ve been hearing a lot about the Firefox version for Windows 8, but what about our beloved Chrome? A Google rep has told Mashable that a new version of Chrome will be designed to work with the Windows 8 Metro interface. The new version will have improved touch interaction, and it will still work …

Gmelius Updated in the Chrome Web Store, Aims to Make Gmail Even Better

Posted on 14 Dec 2011 by Joe Fedewa

Gmelius has been around for a while with the simple mission to make Gmail better. Today an update hit the Web Store that adds some new features. You can remove ads in the header, footer, and messages. You can remove the logo in the header, remove people widget, remove chat, …

Google Chrome Stable Channel Updated with Multiple Profiles

Posted on 13 Dec 2011 by Joe Fedewa

Google has released an update to Chrome today that adds a great new feature. making your browser feel like your own is very important for productivity. Knowing where all your bookmarks are and having your favorite plugins makes that possible. But many people share a computer with others, and it …