After using Google Wifi full-time for a month, I'm still impressed with its easy setup and rock-solid performance.
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For the second year in a row, our annual home swap has taken us down an unexpected path. We're in Barcelona this year.
Pocket Casts---my preferred podcast service---is now available via the Sonos smart speakers in an open beta.
The transition to Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) will take time. That said, one PWA, Twitter Lite, has emerged as a clear winner. And it works very well across platforms.
It's been a great week in Germany, and I'll be flying home today. Here's a quick look at the tech products and services I relied on during this trip.
Google Maps is getting even better this week with an update for Android that provides real-time traffic data and other useful new features.
The biggest change in my workflow over the years has been a shift from desktop applications to web apps. And my browser of choice remains Google Chrome.
Here's a New Year's Resolution to embrace: It's time to take control of your online identity, which is comprised of multiple accounts.
Good news: You can still use an Office 365 Personal offer to add time to an existing Office 365 Home subscription.
Following up on last week's OneNote posts, I thought I'd open up my own notebooks and explain how I use this product every day.
I spend a lot of time listening to audiobooks, and this was another great year. Here are some of my favorites from 2016.
While Google's excellent Nexus 6P and Android 7.0 Nougat have tempted me, I've stuck with the iPhone, and have likewise been testing the new iOS 10 for the past few months. Here are the features that I think put it over the top.
Google updated Chrome for Windows this week, enhancing the browser's user experience with a flat, Metro-like Material Design look and feel, improved support for increasingly-common high-DPI displays, and better battery life. It's almost like they've read my mind.
While I often focus on the gadgets and other hardware I use when traveling, I've also come to rely on a number of mobile apps and services. Here are a few that have proven invaluable on my current trip to Paris.