These are articles and blogs that I have found that may be of interest to those using Chromebooks.

Try Google Voice Typing for These 5 Practical Reasons Today

Try Google Voice Typing for These 5 Practical Reasons Today

Dictation proves useful as a writing tool because talking activates different parts of the brain than writing or typing. It taps into the same part of us that drove ancient civilizations to tell stories out loud and pass down oral traditions. There’s more freedom than using your fingers. Voice Typing is perfect for both fiction and nonfiction writing because it gets the creative juices flowing. Staring at a blank page can be overwhelming, but speaking out loud can help mitigate that. Plus, most people speak faster than they type, meaning you can get more down in less time.
After A Year Of Silence, VLC For Android Is Updated

After A Year Of Silence, VLC For Android Is Updated

When an app goes silent for more than a year, it's reasonable to assume that it has been killed off -- but that's not the case with VLC. The Android version of the popular media player has been updated to version 2.5 after getting stuck at 2.0 for 13 months. Work has been going on for VLC 3.0, but you would have been forgiven for thinking that the app had just been forgotten about. With the launch of VLC 2.5 there are a number of new features to enjoy including a new dynamic UI, a night mode, and picture-in-picture support for Oreo users. VLC is famous for being able to handle just about any video format imaginable, and now there's support for 360° videos. Bringing things into the Oreo age means that there's not only PiP support, but also a more dynamic Material look to everything -- complete with blurred backgrounds.
New Chromebook Videos By Google Show Up On YouTube

New Chromebook Videos By Google Show Up On YouTube

We wrote not long ago about a bunch of new, awesome YouTube videos (which are also TV spots) showing up on YouTube in the official Chromebook Channel. They are quick, informative, and well-made. Sure, some people aren’t huge fans of the “You Chromebook” slogan, but it works to deliver the message Google is trying to convey with this latest campaign. Right on the heels of those slick, punchy ads, Google has unleashed a new set of videos that are quite a bit different from the last batch.
How to use Google's Chrome Remote Desktop

How to use Google's Chrome Remote Desktop

Get your desktop at your fingertips with these easy, step-by-step instructions for setting up Google's Chrome Remote Desktop.