Google I/O 2013 kicked off today with a 3.5+ hour keynote, which didn’t feature any new version of Android like it usually does, but still featured numerous exciting announcements, from a new Maps experience to a unified messaging experience.
This is a review of the top announcements from today’s keynote.
Do you use Google Chat? Google stores the logs of all your chats in Gmail, allowing you to easily refer to an old conversation.
Gmail has begun testing a new interface for viewing chat history.
Want YouTube videos to automatically play in HD? Don’t like autoplay? Is your subscriptions feed getting too cluttered?
YouTube’s site accepts a limited number of parameters, such as playing a video in 720p HD, but if you want to take it one step further, the Chrome extension YouTweak for YouTube can help.
It is April 1st, a day when you truly can’t believe everything you see or read on the internet. As usual, many companies like to create all sorts of shenanigans on this very special day.
Here is a compilation of some of this year’s best April Fools pranks around the internet.
Are you a Firefox user? Like other browsers, Firefox provides a Private Browsing mode, which until Firefox 20, forced you to save and close your normal browsing session.
What if you wanted to take this one step further and open private tabs alongside normal tabs in the same window (feature found in Opera)?
Interested in purchasing a Chromebook? Not interested in one with an Intel Atom/Celeron or a Samsung Exynos ARM processor? How about one with a full Intel Core i5 processor?
At a press event earlier today, Google announced the latest addition to their Chromebook lineup, the Chromebook Pixel.
Do you need to quickly upload and share your files? Need to convert an image to a PDF document?
The newly redesigned Cometdocs service can help quickly convert, share, and store files online.