If you’ve used ChromeOS before, you know that it’s built for speed because is basically a big web browser. What you might not know is that it’s fast, uber-secure and malleable due to it being based on top of Linux. This was all hidden away…until now. Continue reading “ChromeOS is about to do what?!”
Google Drive is not dead…ya’ll need Jesus…
All morning I see announcements that Google Drive is dead. It’s not dead! Come on tech blogs…find actual news. Google has announced it will be discontinuing it’s PC & Mac sync application and replacing it with a new app called Backup & Sync. That’s it. No cloud falling from the sky. No weather map with sections labeled “catastrophic”. No change to your daily life. Uninstall one app, install the other, same thing happens. 😳 Continue reading “Google Drive is not dead…ya’ll need Jesus…”
USB-C, Apple & HP Spectre Rant
USB 3.1, USB-C, USB-PD, Thunderbolt 3…WTF?
We are officially in a world where USB is no longer Universal. Since the late 90’s, USB has been the gold standard in external device interconnect. It is as ubiquitous as blinking LED’s and computer monitors. It powers our phones, and connects our devices; it’s on our cameras and on our speakers. Even our car’s come with a USB port. USB has been our friend. Continue reading “USB 3.1, USB-C, USB-PD, Thunderbolt 3…WTF?”
Why I’m Unimpressed with Android Apps on ChromeOS
I am an incredible fan of ChromeOS. I’ve written many articles on why it’s awesome! I consistently recommend it and I’ve spent years building services around devices that support it. I can’t say more positive things about ChromeOS and the devices it supports. Continue reading “Why I’m Unimpressed with Android Apps on ChromeOS”
What ChromeOS Needs…
For years I’ve spoke about the power of ChromeOS and the agility of Chrome devices (e.x. Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, Chromebits, Chromecasts) These devices are a marvel of technology, and pack a serious punch for their price point. If you haven’t used a Chromebook at home…you’re severely missing out. Continue reading “What ChromeOS Needs…”
This is why I can’t replace my laptop with my tablet…but I want to…so bad.
iPad Pro, Pixel C, Samsung Tab Pro, or the Surface Pro 4; all tablet’s that are gunning the future of mobile computing. There’s no question that the general population wants to kill their laptops and be productive and ultra portable, simultaneously. The other desire is to have a device that can be useful on sales meeting Wednesdays and couch lounging Sundays. So why hasn’t this caught on?! Continue reading “This is why I can’t replace my laptop with my tablet…but I want to…so bad.”