March 21, 2017
On your mobile phone you should soon start seeing when performing a Google search (google.com), shortcuts peppered on the home screen for quick access to in-depth experiences associated with sports, eat & drink, entertainment and weather.
Google Search is taking the next step forward: providing in-depth, tappable search experiences within the Google app, keeping you in the know about the things that matter to you.
Source: New shortcuts in Search help keep you in the know
March 18, 2017
If you are interested in performing your own PC build, this simulator may be of help to you. The PC Building Simulator is currently in pre-alpha stage of development (which is in the super early stage of development prior to actual public release). You can watch the video to see a demo of this in action or can actually download it (and learn more) from the source link below.
Practice your dream build with PC Building Simulator! Available for Windows, macOS, Linux
Source: PC Building Simulator by McINTYRE
March 17, 2017
My wife has been persistently following the live feed on YouTube of the developments of April (and Oliver) the Giraffes at the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, NY. April is expecting a calf… Follow the progress as she and her mate, Oliver, welcome a new baby.
THINGS TO KNOW:
April is 15 – her 4th calf
April has never lost a calf nor had a stillborn – odd rumor
Oliver is 5 – his 1st calf
March 17, 2017
Google’s Family Link app lets you create a Google Account for your kids that helps you set certain digital ground rules, such as; managing the apps for your kids, keeping an eye on their screen time, and even setting a bedtime on their device.
Family Link is available by invitation only
to parents of kids under 13 years old.
To get started, you’ll need:
- To create a Google Account for your kid through Family Link.
- A compatible Android device for your kid*.
- Your own Android device.
- Your own Google Account.
- To be in the U.S.
Source: Google Family Link – Home
March 17, 2017
I encourage you to visit Tom’s Guide (see source link below) for FAQ’s (frequently asked questions) when it comes to the Google Chromecast. I own several of these and especially love that I can mirror my android smartphone screen to the TV in addition to all the apps (such as YouTube) that can be cast to the big screen. The Chromecast is an inexpensive way to turn an older TV into a Smart TV…
The Google Chromecast is a cheap, simple way to stream video content right to your TV. Competing with the likes of Roku and Apple TV, the $35 Chromecast plugs into your TV and grants easy access to multiple streaming services, from Netflix and YouTube to Hulu and Google Play. You can even throw content from your Chrome browser to the big screen. Use this FAQ to get up to speed on the Chromecast and decide if it’s right for you.
Chromecast plugs into your TV and grants easy access to multiple streaming services, from Netflix and YouTube to Hulu and Google Play.
Source: What Is Google Chromecast? – How Chromecast Works – Tom’s Guide