Google Maps is 15 years old, with Google having launched Maps all the way back in 2005. To celebrate the milestone, Google has updated Maps, with a new icon, a simplified user interface, and news of some new features coming over the next few months. A Brief History of Google Maps In February 2005, Google
The chances are that you have a favorite browser for a reason. Maybe it integrates well with the services you use, or perhaps it has exclusive features you can’t get anywhere else. If you enjoy playing PC games, you might be interested to know that Opera now offers a web browser designed specifically for gamers.
Computers work in absolutes. Thus, if you want a computer to do something, you need to tell it exactly what to do and how to do it. Take addresses, for example: We’re used to typing in rough approximations of addresses, but a computer won’t understand those—at least without a little help. This is exactly what
There are plenty of reasons not to upgrade to macOS Catalina. Perhaps your work depends on incompatible 32-bit apps, or maybe you don’t want the hassle of potentially unstable new software. Even if you do want to upgrade, you need a Mac from 2012 or later to install Catalina. Here’s the good news: you don’t
Apple released the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro in September 2019 to the usual fanfare. These devices are solid upgrades from the previous models, and introduce many desirable features like a new triple-camera setup, stunning battery life, and better displays. However, these changes feel incremental and leave us hungry for more. There are lots
Google is famous for its no-frills approach to displaying search results. At various times, it has tried introducing extra features (the Discussion button and Instant Preview, anyone?), but they’ve always fallen by the wayside eventually. But that doesn’t mean you can’t change both the look and the functionality of Google’s search results. You just need