Tag Archive: robust


Google introduces ‘Google Enterprise’ with more robust management tools

Google is rolling out new tools for businesses to better manage Chromebooks.

Chromebook usage in businesses has grown in recent years, for a few good reasons. Chromebooks are dead simple to log into and use, and if something does go wrong it’s easy to powerwash them. Google already provides basic management tools for businesses interested in deploying Chromebooks, but soon, admins will have another option. Google has announced a new suite of tools called Chrome Enterprise.

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YouTube Music finally gets the robust offline functions it needed at launch

YouTube Music can finally go oflline with the songs you choose rather than songs an algorithm picked.

It’s hard to believe YouTube Music has been around for almost two years now, and that for most of that time, the service’s offline offering have been so paltry compared to YouTube proper’s ample offline options. Before this week, if you wanted to download songs to listen to in YouTube Music, you were at the mercy of the Offline Mixtape,  [Read More…]

Google Chrome’s latest update helps soup it up for more robust web apps

With every new update, Google appears to be readying Chrome for a future where few “real” apps exist.

If you’re an Android user, Google Chrome is probably your mobile browser of choice. And if it is, then this latest update might get you excited about a future where you don’t even have to worry about having an entire app installed to get to its best functionality. Many of Chrome 59’s new features  [Read More…]

Guns and Magic: Surprisingly robust for free-to-play (Review)

Overview Guns and Magic is a simple, fun and sometimes frustrating tower defense game with a good amount of content for a free game. Developer: Joyfield Studio Cost: Free (with ads and microtransactions) Highlights: Fun, simple gameplay Short cooldown on time-gate Lots of content and levels to play Impressions Guns and Magic is a fun,