Project Fi is now Google Fi and supports Android and iPhone!

I received an email from Google telling me that Project Fi has become Google Fi. The big news is that it now supports "most Android Phones" and "Apple iPhones"! I have been a Project Fi user since it began, and I couldn't be happier. The service is great. Billing is understandable, and with my Pixel … Continue reading Project Fi is now Google Fi and supports Android and iPhone!

Apple Event: 10/30/2018

MacBook Air 13.3" Retina Display Smaller Bezels FaceTime Camera still at the top TouchID T2 Security Chip Backlit Keyboard with more stable butterfly keys 20% larger trackpad Audio, 25% louder, 2x more base, 3 microphones 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports 8th gen Intel processor Up to 16GB RAM Up to 1.5TB SSD 12 hour battery life … Continue reading Apple Event: 10/30/2018

Google Introduces .new

This is very handy if you are a Google Docs power user. Google introduces via Twitter a fast way to create a new document without going to Google Drive. Type any of these shortcuts in your browser's address bar and it will create a new document: Google Docs:┬ádoc.new, docs.new or document.new Sheets: sheet.new, sheets.new or … Continue reading Google Introduces .new