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Kenneth Butler
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Kenneth Butler started at Laptopmag.com as a freelance fact checker after studying journalism at New York University. When he's not evangelizing Android, he's editing the Laptopmag.com homepage, reviewing gadget accessories, and focusing on the site's evolving page design.
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How to Set Up Offline Gmail on Your Chromebook

How to Set Up Offline Gmail on Your Chromebook

It’s dead simple to access your Gmail even if you’re not connected to the Internet. All you need to do is download and install the Gmail Offline app and set your Gmail account to support cached emails...

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How to Set Up Chrome Remote Desktop on Your Chromebook

How to Set Up Chrome Remote Desktop on Your Chromebook

Your Chromebook is great at many tasks, but it can't run your favorite Mac or Windows apps. Fortunately, it's easy to remotely access any Windows or Mac computer from your Chromebook  and use all of i...

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How to Set Up Google Print on Your Chromebook

How to Set Up Google Print on Your Chromebook

Paper is going the way of the DVD, but you still need to print out the occasional work document, digital concert ticket or online form, but we're guessing some folks want to know how to print from a C...

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This Amazing Laptop Is $150 Off for the First Time Ever

This Amazing Laptop Is $150 Off for the First Time Ever

Editor's Note: This awesome MateBook X Pro deal is still going strong. Be sure to also bookmark our Best Cyber Monday Deals hub for the best savings of the season.When you’re buying an expensive machi...

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Enter to Win a Huawei MateBook X Pro, The PC We 'Wish Apple Would Make'

Enter to Win a Huawei MateBook X Pro, The PC We 'Wish Apple Would Make'

 Close your eyes. Picture yourself using a capable laptop with a sharp, crystal-clear screen and long, 10-hour battery life.Most of you didn’t picture the Huawei MateBook X Pro. Heck, you probabl...

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How to Convert Office Files to Google Docs on Your Chromebook

How to Convert Office Files to Google Docs on Your Chromebook

Its Web-based operating system means your Chromebook doesn’t support Windows (or Mac) software. That includes the non-Android versions of Office programs such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint, which is ...

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How to Launch a Google Hangout on Your Chromebook

How to Launch a Google Hangout on Your Chromebook

Hangouts, one of the unique perks of Google's Plus social network, lets you talk face-to-face with up to nine other callers,. It’s dead simple to use, especially if you’re using a Chromebook. And ...

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How to Stream Google Play Music on Your Chromebook

How to Stream Google Play Music on Your Chromebook

The Chrome operating system can play MP3 and m4a audio files, but you must download them to your Chromebook's limited storage drive or store them externally on a thumb drive or SD card.  There's anot...

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How to Change Your Chromebook’s Desktop Wallpaper

How to Change Your Chromebook’s Desktop Wallpaper

You spend a lot of time on the desktop of your Chromebook. Better make that system's wallpaper something worth looking at. Like Windows and Apple laptops, Chromebooks include plenty of wallpaper optio...

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iXpand Flash Drive Frees Up Space on Your iOS Device

iXpand Flash Drive Frees Up Space on Your iOS Device

Your iPad or iPhone is the digital equivalent to the hallway closet in your home. When you toss Live Photos that are twice as large as normal pictures on top of all the dusty videos, apps, music files...

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MSI GT72 Dominator Pro Dragon: It's Awesome. Here's Why.

MSI GT72 Dominator Pro Dragon: It's Awesome. Here's Why.

When a 17-inch gaming laptop with a powerful GPU lands in our offices for review, we fully expect the system to burn through some of our favorite games. But it's a great surprise to get a 17-inch sy...

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IFA 2013 Day 1: Top 6 Stories

IFA 2013 Day 1: Top 6 Stories

We're on the ground at  IFA 2013 in Berlin, where the biggest companies in tech kicked things off with a long list of new, hot hardware. We got close with Lenovo's refreshed ThinkPad X240, a 12.5-inc...

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