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Flash Player 10.2 for Android Released for Download

Adobe has officially announced that the new version of Flash Player for Android, 10.2, is now available. It can already be downloaded on the Android Market here.  The new player promises a full web browsing experience, without any empty pages. Even if Steve Jobs has expressed his skepticism concerning how useful Flash would be on a […]

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How to Fix YouTube Lag in Chrome 10

Hi groovyMac users–if you’re like me, then you’ve noticed that starting this month, YouTube has been experiencing some pretty harsh lag. This seems to be confined to Google Chrome users, and, if I’m not mistaken, seems to  be more prevalent for OS X and Macbook users as well. Essentially, the YouTube slowdown is pronounced in […]

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Update for OneNote 2010 Fixes Crashes and Page Errors

Have you been experiencing problems with OneNote 2010 lately?  Whether it’s been crashing, positioning words incorrectly, or just running slow, Microsoft recently released a new update that should fix it.  This solution comes as a direct response from Microsoft to users that reported the issues on the OneNote help site.   As per the details […]

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How to Set Internet Explorer 9 As Your Default Browser

Microsoft’s latest release, Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), is available for download.  If you are still using IE8 or *cringe* IE6, go get the update!  When installing IE9 you might have noticed something it did differently than your typical web browser, or rather, something it didn’t do.  Internet Explorer 9 never asked to be your default […]

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Google Adds Discussions to Documents

Today Google Docs added a new feature that is very reminiscent of Google Wave.  Discussions, which is a new and improved alternative for comments, is a social-conversation tool.  Discussions will display your Google profile pictures, add timestamps, and send you notifications when there is an update.  “We learned lessons from Wave and incorporated some of […]

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How To Edit Documents with Zoho

Hi, groovyReaders — I’m working on a big, big review of Business edition, but in the meantime, I thought I’d send a quick tutorial your way on one of’s best features: Zoho integration. If Google Docs has a competitor, it’s Zoho. And if Dropbox has a worthy contender, it’s And + […]

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Google Chrome Receives a New Logo

Last Friday the Chromium logo was updated, and this week Chrome is following suit.  The new Chrome logo is flat, simple, and looks a lot less like a pokeball. Currently it is only available in the developer channel version of Chrome, but it should probably hit the stable channel within the next week or two. […]

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