There are numerous beneficial things that came out of this years Google I/O. Usually there is a large Android release; however, this year, as with last year, we were given a solid preview for developers. There was so much to … Continue reading Google I/O 2016
Google’s Chrome OS; it certainly is a unique thing isn’t it or is it? Chrome OS, which is available on different Chromebooks and Chromeboxes are essentially a browser based operating system that enables the user to live in the cloud and function in an integrated manner with all of Google’s services and applications. Why would I ditch Windows or OS X in favor of a browser based operating system? Simple, Chrome OS is designed to work exactly how you want it to. For some of those who simply use the internet to check email and browse social networks there is … Continue reading Chromebooks are they worth it?
Google Chrome, to the non-technological observer, this may seem like a very lightweight application by it’s looks and performance. However, once you get in deep and dive under the hood you will be horrified. Let me start off by saying Chrome is robust in it’s own right; however, with the way that it hogs memory it will not receive my seal of approval just yet. When it comes down to mobile devices, Chrome is the way to go. The browser is fast, memory unobtrusive, sleek, and all-around beautifully designed. On the other hand, on the desktop, this beast is a … Continue reading Google Chrome: Lightweight but a RAM hog?