Sometimes you just want to find basic info quickly without the need to open up the app drawer on your Wear OS watch, scroll through your apps, then wait for the app to load. When all you really want to see your Google Fit stats or the weather — that's what Tiles are for. You can even customize them for your needs, here's how.
Wear OS smartwatches have many of the same features as Android smartphones, from making phone calls to full-access to the Google Play Store. Just like on your phone, apps that you download to your smartwatch will need updating. Here's how to do that!
We all see things throughout the day that we want to come back to later, but then we either close the tab accidentally or let it languish there for days. Take back your tabs and keep up on your reading with Chrome's new Read Later feature.
Did you know that you can theme your Chromebook's cursor the same way you theme the Chrome Browser or your wallpaper? It's a setting tucked away in the Accessibility menu, but once you find it, there's no reason to stick with more black pointers.
Chromebooks have always been regarded as value productivity devices, but we've found a way to make them even more useful as a secondary display for your Mac or PC. We'll show you how to use the Duet Display app to wrangle an affordable secondary monitor out of your existing Chromebook.
Are your surroundings either too bright or too dim, making it difficult to see your Wear OS watch's display? We show you some steps to adjust the screen's brightness so it's just right on your smartwatch.
Google Keep allows you to make notes, lists, and more within its handy little organizer, but what about when your note gets too long or you want to move to another service? Here's how to get a single note, or all of your notes, exported from Google Keep.
The PlayStation 5 doesn't support Bluetooth audio natively, but you can connect a pair of Bluetooth headphones using a dongle. Other wireless accessories like keyboards, mice, and controllers are also fair game!
Chromecasts are amazing little streaming sticks, but until the Chromecast with Google TV, they didn't come with remotes. Instead, your phone or computer was the remote, and you could send any content you could think of to your TV with ease. No matter where your content is, here's how to get it on your Chromecast.
Chromebooks work perfectly fine on their own, but when you're already working on one at a desk, you might as well double your pleasure with an external monitor so you can see more at one and hopefully better multitask. To get the best out of your monitor, here are the settings you need to know.
Google Fit is becoming a more full-featured health platform and there are lots of devices that can sync your fitness data to it than just Wear OS devices. Here's how to get your workouts synced to your Google account.
These days you have a Google account from work, a Google account for your professional life, and a Google account for your personal stuff. Instead of running around trying to keep everything in order on multiple devices, why not have everything on one device?