Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for Google Pixel 2

Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors for Google Pixel 2

Don't scratch that Gorilla Glass.The Google Pixel 2 is pretty amazing — and if you want to keep it in
Why progressive web apps (PWAs) may ultimately benefit Google more than Microsoft

Why progressive web apps (PWAs) may ultimately benefit Google more than...

Image Credit: David BreyerThe hybrid web-app solution, progressive web app, is touted as the possible solution to Microsoft's app gap;
How to use a blue light filter on your phone

How to use a blue light filter on your phone

Phone makers are taking the potentially disruptive effects of blue light more seriously nowadays. This guide will explain how to use Night Shift on an iPhone and how to filter out blue light on an Android phone.The post How to use a blue light filter on your phone appeared first on Digital Trends.
How to make your Skype or Hangouts video look great on your desktop

How to make your Skype or Hangouts video look great on...

Frequently video chat with friends, co-workers, or podcasters? Here are a few tips to help you look like a pro.Video
How to delete games from your PlayStation 4

How to delete games from your PlayStation 4

No game lives forever.It happens to those with even the most spacious of hard drives. Sometimes you just run out

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Turn your Surface Pro into a cheap Surface Studio with Kensington’s dock

Turn your Surface Pro into a cheap Surface Studio with Kensington’s...

Want a Surface Studio but don’t want to pay the premium price? Kensington has a new docking station built for the cheaper Surface Pro that essentially holds Microsoft’s detachable in an all-in-one-PC-style configuration.The post Turn your Surface Pro into a cheap Surface Studio with Kensington’s dock appeared first on Digital Trends.
Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook team up on new data transfer project

Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook team up on new data transfer...

Some of the largest tech companies in the world have teamed up to make data portability a little easier. The initiative is called the Data Transfer Project, and the likes of Google, Twitter, Microsoft, and Facebook are all on board.The post Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook team up on new data transfer project appeared first on Digital Trends.

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