Here’s Why Zoom Stopped Working on Your Chromebook

Zoom, the popular video conferencing app that only gained more popularity during the pandemic, has reportedly discontinued its ChromeOS web app, causing problems for some. If Zoom stopped working on your Chromebook, it’s because there’s a new web-based app you need to use.

Save $360 on a Year of Adobe Creative Cloud With Today’s Deal

Everybody wants to use Adobe apps like Photoshop and Premiere—but not at full price! No worries, Adobe is offering a year of its full Creative Cloud suite for just $30 a month. That’s a 40% discount on all of Adobe’s professional and creative apps, or $360 of savings after a year of service. (And students can get this deal for just $16 a month!)

Dress Up Your Old Phone Like Android 12 With Lawnchair 12

Google’s latest Android 12 update has a lot to offer, but arguably one of the best features is what they’re calling Material You. And even though only a few Pixel phones have Android 12 so far, now you can dress up your old phone as a new Pixel with the Lawnchair 12 launcher.

The 5 Best Blu-Ray and DVD Rippers

DVD and Blu-ray rippers and copiers protect your physical discs from loss and damage. And they can convert your favorite shows to watch on any device. But which ripper is the best? It depends on what you’re trying to achieve, so let’s dig in and find out.

Disney Plus Drops to $1.99 for a Limited-Time Deal

There is a lot to love about Disney Plus, and this month both new or returning customers can get a pretty great deal on the streaming service. For a limited time, Disney is offering a one-month subscription to Disney+ for only $1.99, compared to the regular $8 price.

Google Photos Gets Stylish New Widgets for Memories

The memories feature in Google Photos is a fan favorite, and today it’s getting even better as Google just released several new widget styles for your home screen. These new memory widgets first arrived in August, but now we’re getting several new styles and shapes.

Ridiculous: Now Roku Might Lose YouTube Too

None of these big companies can get along these days. Unfortunately, the fight between Roku and Google has only escalated, and things aren’t looking good. After Roku removed YouTube TV from its platform and TVs earlier this year, the two still can’t reach a deal, and now the regular YouTube app will be removed next.
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