Use Chrome Recovery Utility to Flash microSD cards

If you’re a developer using a ChromeOS device, such as a Google Chromebook (laptop) or Chromebox (desktop), you might periodically have need to flash microSD cards with Linux operating systems. For example, I wanted to use my Asus Chromebox 3 to flash a microSD card so that I could run …

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Record a Screencast on a Google Chromebook

If you’re a content creator, you might need the ability to record your screen and microphone as you narrate what you’re doing. On Windows or MacOS, I typically use TechSmith Camtasia for this purpose. However, Camtasia isn’t available on Chromebook at the moment. At first, I was concerned that I …

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Introduction to Google Music Beta

The Introductory E-mail Hello Motorola XOOM user, We’d like to tell you about some changes to the Music player on your tablet. The latest app update now supports Music Beta, a new service from Google. As a Verizon Motorola XOOM user, you’ve been extended an early invitation to beta test …

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Review: T-Mobile HTC G2

Introduction The T-Mobile G2 is a brand new handset from HTC, that was released in early October 2010. I just purchased one this week, as I was seeking out a full-featured smartphone handset, combined with an affordable mobile plan. The non-contract price for the device is $499 pre-tax, and the …

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