Another week in tech has flew by and it’s time to sit back and recap the best of the news and how to advice, brought to you by your favorite writers on the web.
Recap of the Best groovyPost articles
Leading off, Brian Burgess got his hands (and ears) on Apple’s new EarPods. You’ll want to read Brian’s article to find out Are the New Apple EarPods Really Any Better?
And who else but Steve Wozniak Thinks iTunes Should Exist on Android. Bogdan Bele brings us this interesting twist on Apple product strategy.
And in more news, Bogdan covers the latest service to go as Google Shuts Down AdSense for Feeds. What could this mean for the future of Feedburner?
Kim Barloso covers This Week’s Best New Android Apps. Check out some of these apps, you’ll love them!
Looking for more news coverage with some snappy commentary? Then give a listen to TG 14: Marvel of Engineering. Join host Josh Windisch, Steve Krause, Austin Krause and Brian Burgess as they cover free Microsoft evaluation software, why does HP CEO Meg Whitman sit in a cubicle, does Apple need an iPad mini and a lot more!
Austin Krause writes What Do All of the Adobe Programs Do? You might find some interesting things Adobe does that you weren’t aware of.
Kim brings some great handy Android advice in her How To Set Up WordPress on Your Android Device. With this you really can post from just about anywhere.
And if performance on your Android beauty if flagging, then try this tip from Kim, How To Clear Cache on Android Apps.
Next up, Editor-in-Chief Brian Burgess brings us some great Windows and Kindle Fire HD tips. First is How To Turn Off AutoPlay in Windows 8.
Next he covers How To Add Music Files from PC to Kindle Fire HD.
Then he writes about How To Sell or Regift Your Kindle Fire.
And last for this week from Austin Krause, learn how to Download Free Evaluations of Microsoft Software.
So, there you have the wrap for this week. And a great week is was, with plenty more to come. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter to get great all of our awesome tech news, how tos, reviews and more delivered to your inbox.