The Nexus 7 2012 WiFi tablet co-developed by Google and Asus is pretty solid. I have been using it for several years but lately it has been extremely slow, to the extent that it was pretty much useless. I tried a factory reset, wiped out the cache but nothing really helped until I stumbled upon … Read more The Nexus 7 in 2020
Google provides a free and powerful tool, Chrome Remote Desktop (CRD), that lets you connect to and control your Windows, Linux, Mac or even Android device over the internet. The computer has to be running the Chrome browser, of course, and you also need a Gmail account to sign in and use this feature. It’s … Read more Chrome Remote Desktop on Linux Ubuntu
Do you remember when Steve Jobs wrote an open letter on the security issues of Flash? That was way back in 2010. Guess others should have listened to him while he was alive because Flash remained bug ridden over the years and many hackers have taken mean advantage. iPhones never supported Flash. Android smartphones don’t … Read more The end of Flash?
The Nexus 7 has been around for a year but still not reached the shores of Sri Lanka. According to the Daily Mirror, – http://www.dailymirror.lk/tech/189-technology-main/27680-google-to-sell-second-gen-nexus-7-tablet-from-july-sources.html there’s a second generation Nexus 7 that would hit our stores this month. I was fortunate enough to purchase this device several months back directly from the US and have … Read more Identifying Google Nexus 7 on Ubuntu