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groovyPost Weekly Wrap for September 15, 2012

After months or rumors and teases, Apple announced its new iPhone 5 this week to generally un unenthusiastic responses. Bogdan Bele covers the story in his New iPhone 5: 4 Inch Display, LTE and A6 CPU


Or, as someone on the net said, Browser tab syncing? Turn-by-turn navigation? Autoresponse messages for rejected calls? Call the patent office, Siri — we’ve got some serious innovation going on here!

Brian Burgess covers another announcements from Apple this week: Apple Releases Incremental iTunes 10.7 Update

Download iTunes 10_7

This week the groovyPost podcast TechGroove returned in a shorter format. Join host Josh Windisch and the TechGroove crew for their take on recent tech announcements and why services are now more important than hardware. And don’t forget you can subscribe to the audio version of the show on iTunes.

And for the kids out there, Toys ‘R’ Us Introduces Tablet for Kids. Bogdan covers this one as well, and hey, a kid friendly Ice Cream Sandwich tablet at $150 is groovy stuff! 


Kim Barloso reviews Pinterest for Android. This is a great look at Pinterest’s mobile app, appealing for both existing and new users of the social site. 

Pinterest for Android Homescreen

Editor in Chief Brian Burgess continues the Reader Poll: Which Music Streaming Service Do You Use? So, come on, get in there and cast your vote! 

Next up, Brian brings us three great Windows 8 tips, starting with how to Create Playlists in Windows 8 Xbox Music App.

Playlist displayed on Xbox Music

Then he shows us a tip for Xbox Video —  Windows 8: Make Xbox Music and Video Show Your Collection by Default

Related Article:  groovyPost Weekly for November 12, 2011

Xbox Video Spotlight

Finally Brian answers the question How Large are My Installed Windows 8 Apps?

Windows App Sizes Displayed

Kim Barloso brings her awesome Android advice in How To Share an Internet Connection with Your Android Phone. Way cool Kim! 


Finally this week, groovyPost founder, Steve Krause, answers the question many of us have about Outlook in how to Find the Microsoft Outlook Temporary OLK folder

Microsoft Outlook

So that’s about it for this week’s wrap. Check in daily for the news and advice you need in this constantly changing tech world. Leave comments, share and if you have specific questions, check out the awesome community at the groovy Answers page.

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