Which websites and apps have access to your Google account? Where do they store your searches and location history? These 10 links will reveal everything Google knows about you.
Google is a name synonymous with search but it a much wider term now that includes social networking, blogs, photo sharing, video sharing, email and more.
This tutorial describes how you can create RSS feeds for Google search results of any query and then subscribe to search results in any feed Reader.
How recruiters can find potential candidates on LinkedIn with some simple Google search queries. The scraped LinkedIn profiles can be saved to a Google Sheet.
Learn how to easily scrape Google search results pages and save the keyword ranking data inside Google Spreadsheets using the ImportXML formula.
USB Security Keys make 2-factor authentication simpler for Gmail and Google Accounts. You can sign-in with a USB key without the mobile phone.
How old is a web page? Learn how you find the exact date when a web page or online article was first published on the Internet.
You can use Google to quickly convert time in one timezone to another. It can even show the current date and time in a specified time zone.
Google Software Update would like to control this computer using accessibility features. Why do you get this message on Mac and what you should do about it?
How do your find out the date when your created the Google Account. This information is also required for recovering your Gmail account.
Learn how to stylize Google custom search on your website with custom CSS rules. You can also remove extra information from results like the page URLs, Google branding and more.
Learn about a simple search command that will let you use Google as an online timer to help you remind of any upcoming tasks.
You can use Google's built-in calculator to convert one or more foreign currencies into a master currency using the latest available exchange rate.
Google Cache stores a copy of web pages and here's a little tip that will help you access these cached pages directly from the address bar of your browser.
Not sure which places to see in a city? A simple Google search can list all the popular tourist attractions of any city or country.
The Google DMCA dashboard helps you track the status of DMCA complaints that you have made to Google against websites that indulge in copyright infringement.
Google Authenticator secures your online accounts with one-time passwords. You can even generate verification codes on the desktop while the phone is away.
The reference posters include all typefaces available in the Google Web Fonts catalog arranged by their generic font families (serif, sans-serif or script).
Do you see spam or useless websites in your Google search results? Here are some tips to help you permanently block such websites from showing up in your Google results.