We built Google Maps to help people get where they need to go no matter what mode of transportation they use. Our newest feature brings helpful information about electric vehicle (EV) charging stations to the Map, so you can be confident that your car will be charged and ready for your ride, wherever you’re headed. Here’s how it works:
Two years ago the Google Assistant made its debut, and since then we’ve noticed that nearly half of all interactions with the Assistant include both voice and touch. With a new makeover to the Assistant on phones, we’re making it even easier to get things done regardless of whether you prefer to use your hands, your voice, or a combination of the two.
In the grand scheme of all things security, app permissions are generally treated as the least important. After all, who hasn’t felt that pang of impatience when shown one yes-or-no option after another, when all we want is to start using that cool new app? Indeed, many of us skip right over reading the permissions page when installing an app, but doing so, as we shall see, can be a (very) costly mistake.
By now, you should be familiar with that sudden bout of uncertainty as you are gearing up to install a new application. How do you check if an Android app is safe to install? Does it have a virus? What does a malware app even look like? If you have ever felt threatened at the prospect of installing a fake app masquerading as a fan-favorite, then this guide is for you.
Chrome OS is one of the most lightweight and flexible operating systems out there, combining the best of Google’s cloud and online services. With support for Android apps and the Google Play Store, its value has skyrocketed, but you can’t install Android apps on just any Chrome OS device. Only the newer devices feature Google Play Store support. The ASUS Chromebox 3 is designed to give you access to all that Chrome OS and the Play Store have to offer on any screen you like.