I listen to Spotify all the time, but don’t always want to have the app open on my Android phone. I’ve seen that there are active widgets for the iPhone, can I do something similar to have Spotify controls on my Android home screen too?
When my son needed a strong and rugged new backpack to replace his well-loved STM Drifter, he bought another of the same. Unfortunately, they aren’t the same backpack at all, as he explains in this review….
I use Spaces on my Mac all the time and really love the ability to organize my work apps. Is there an equivalent feature for ChromeOS on my new Chromebook?
My son asked me why wireless audio connections are named after someone’s blue tooth and I had no idea. Thinking about it, there are a lot of strange words in the technology age! Most importantly, whose blue tooth is commemorated with Bluetooth?
I borrowed a buddy’s BMW 430i for a few days and really loved it. For safety, I paired my Android phone with his car and now that I’m about to return it, I’d like to delete my phone pairing. How can I do that in a BMW?
I don’t get it, I’m running Microsoft Edge on my Windows PC and it seems to be stuck in dark mode. I have my PC set to “light mode” but even on restart, Edge won’t change. Help!
I noticed that someone I follow on Instagram posted an “On This Day” entry on their Stories. Nice. How do I access the On This Day archival content on my own Instagram account so I can do the same?
I’m collaborating with a couple of other students on an assignment and we’re using Google Docs. All good, except someone keeps changing my portion and breaking the grammar. Annoying. Is there a way to track changes in Google Docs so I can figure out the culprit?
My boss insists that everyone in the IT department run Linux on their computer, so I have Ubuntu Linux on my laptop. But I’m not a huge fan. I might grow to like it a bit more if I could find a good backgammon game, however. How can I play backgammon on my Ubuntu Linux system, Dave?
Students send me homework assignments as Microsoft Word files, but I don’t have Word, I use Google Docs exclusively. Is there any way I can open up a Word doc on my Desktop within Google Docs within my Web browser? Running Chrome on Windows 10.