Even if you’re not an avid gamer or you’ve never suffered through the barely legal hell of an office internship, you’re likely to appreciate this little comedy gem from IGN.
The Firefox team must have taken a note from Opera. This secret Speed Dial new tab feature adds functionality to an otherwise blank opening of new tabs.
I am not a huge fan of screensavers, but I found the Office 2010 Getting Started Screensaver to be interesting and actually useful. If you’re new to Office 2010, this free screensaver from Microsoft will help you learn the most recent version of Microsoft Office.
Do you have a Kindle Fire? Would you rather convert it into a full-on Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich powered tablet? Amazon has gone off on its own tangent with its version of Android. At this point it doesn’t look like there will ever be official support for Ice Cream Sandwich. But, that won’t stop […]
ScreenTips appear when you hover the cursor over any toolbar button or control in Microsoft Word. They give users information about the specific control or command so they know what the control does. If you don’t need ScreenTips, disable them.
Not all of our new groovyUnplugged articles will feature a rant. We’ll be covering all things interesting and geeky that’s related to tech too. This week, we feature the cool technology futurism show FourCast.
Are you tired of waiting for Amazon to update the Kindle Fire? Take matters into your own hands and get Ice Cream Sandwich right away.
Google normally stores the keywords and items you search in Google Play Store. These are similar to Google search suggestions which are shown when you search for any keyword. This can be annoying for users because Google Play Store responds more slowly.
Yahoo has decided to try and attract users on its side with Axis, a browser for the iPhone and iPad, doubled as a search add-on for desktop browser.
If you have a Kindle Fire, you probably would like to have the Google Play market on it. Previously I showed how to manually install the Play Market on a rooted Kindle. This time around you can use one utility to both root and install the market automatically.
Firefox has a feature that allows you to immediately start searching a web page the moment you type. Other browsers don’t support this by default, but with Chrome you can enable it with this groovy extension. It’s called Type-ahead-find, and over 17,000 people use it.
Earlier this week the FCC Chariman mentioned support for usage-based pricing for internet service as a means to improve efficiency. Also welcomed were WiFi sharing agreements between leading Internet Service Providers in the U.S.