I recently upgraded my phone because my battery was dying, and I received a promo code for a free Google Home Mini. I’m still on the fence about it. There are a lot of basic things the Google Assistant can do for you, get news or weather updates, control your smart home, make phone calls, … Read More
Oh my goodness, how did I miss this back in June? I guess Disney tried to hide the Millennium Falcon with a bunch of shipping containers at a Star Wars production location outside London. But you can’t hide from The Google. You can see it fairly clearly on Google Maps.
So I’m finally giving the Signal messaging app a try. It’s the same messaging app that Edward Snowden uses because it’s currently the most secure platform there is. Signal messages and calls are always end-to-end encrypted and painstakingly engineered to keep your communication safe. We can’t read your messages or see your calls, and no … Read More
Work is sometimes a battle. Google’s latest Chrome experiment: play here. If you haven’t tried any of these before, your phone acts as a lightsaber controller, with syncing taking place between the Chrome app on your phone, and the Chrome browser on your desktop computer.
Now that’s some talented origami.
Update (Nov 23, 18:22): Also do a Google search for the phrase “a long time ago in a galaxy far far away.” Be sure to turn the sound up for the full John Williams effect. Or for my lazy peeps: click here. As if there isn’t already an over abundance of Star Wars stuff to … Read More