An update earlier this year enabled Android users to use the “OK Google” command at all times with its always-on update. Previously users could only use the voice command when in the home screen, but the update allowed users to use it anytime. Now “OK Google” has been available for Chrome OS users but if you wanted the always-on feature, you’re in luck.
According to Chrome OS advocated Francois Beaufort, he has recently announced via his Google+ page that the always-on feature has recently popped up in the Dev Channel for Chrome OS, and that users will be able to access the feature if they have the correct flag enabled and have your Chromebook unlocked. Read full post →Chrome OS Gains Experimental “OK Google” Always-On Feature
About two weeks ago, Swedish police raided the office where The Pirate Bay’s servers were kept, ultimately knocking the website offline. We’re sure many are wondering about the fate of one the internet’s more prominent torrent website. So far we’ve seen a revival in the form of a Croatian version of the The Pirate Bay and IsoHunt’s own take on The Pirate Bay, but what about the original “.se” version?
Well previously attempting to access the .se version of The Pirate Bay, the page would not load, but it looks like the website has come back online and now has a picture of a pirate flag waving in the background. The website’s domain also has a new IP address which according to reports is connected to a server in Moldova. Read full post →The Pirate Bay’s Domain Appears To Be Back Online