How to Use Guest Mode on Google Chrome

Google Chrome has a “Guest Mode” feature that provides a blank profile for someone who’s temporarily using Chrome. It can be helpful when you want to use a public computer or someone wants to borrow your computer. When you exit Guest Mode on Chrome, your browsing activity will automatically be deleted. This wikiHow article will(…)


How to Enable Google Play Protect

Google Play Protect is the built-in malware protection for all the Android devices. It uses machine learning to scan for potential threats to your device and data. This feature is an especially important service if you use your device to carry out money transactions on a daily basis. This wikiHow will show you how to(…)


Retro-Fit a Google Home Mini

Give your digital assistant some analogue style by retro-fitting it into an old cassette player or radio!In this Instructable I’ll take you through installing a new-spec Google Home Mini into an old-tech cassette player from the 1980s. Why would you want to do such a thing? Well it gives your home m…By: MisterM Continue Reading(…)


How to Do Google Gravity

This wikiHow will show you how to access the Google Gravity trick or “Easter Egg”. EditSteps Open a JavaScript-enabled desktop web browser. You can use any common browser—such as Chrome, Firefox, Edge, or Safari—to access the site; however, your browser must have JavaScript enabled. Most browsers, including the ones listed above, have JavaScript enabled by(…)


IoT Cat Feeder Using Particle Photon Integrated With Alexa, SmartThings, IFTTT, Google Sheets

The need for an automatic cat feeder is self explanatory. Cats (our cat’s name is Bella) can be obnoxious when hungry and if your cat is like mine will eat the bowl dry every time. I needed a way to dispense a controlled amount of food automatically by 3 methods – 1. Alexa voice command,(…)


Riding Through Walls: Google Street View Stationary Bike Interface

The Riding Through Walls: Google Street View Stationary Bike Interface allows you to cycle through Google Street-View from the comfort of your living room. Using some simple electronics, an Arduino, a stationary bike, a computer, and projector or TV you can explore the world without leaving home. Se…By: RidingThroughWalls Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring –(…)