The latest version of Windows – Windows 8 Release Preview – is now available to download. Here’s what happens when you download and install the upgrade on your Windows 7 system.
Before you begin tweaking your shiny new Android gadget, you should create a system backup first. TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP) is a touch-screen based recovery tool built for Android smartphones and tablets. Here’s a look at this dead simple utility that every Android user should have in their toolbox.
Our favorite Antivirus utility for Windows is Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE). If you are an enthusiast and want to have the latest version and updates for MSE, join the Pre-Release Program.
A cool feature in Microsoft Word is it lets you Automatically summarize articles and find key points of the document so you don’t have to read the entire thing. This saves you time and gets to the main points in a long document.
This week Amazon and Microsoft announced the launch of Amazon Instant Video for the Xbox 360. This new app for the Xbox adds to it’s value as your central home entertainment box in the living room.
Welcome to another episode of groovyPost’s podcast the Tech Groove. This is the show were we cover the tech news and articles and introduce the groovyPost writers.
If you’re an AT&T mobile user with a few friends who are thinking about moving to the service, here’s a groovy tip that can get both you and your friend a free $25 gift card from AT&T Wireless.
With Windows 8 you can sync your Settings, Apps, IE 10 (Metro) Bookmarks and History and personal files between multiple Widows 8 computers and tablets. Here is how to find the setting and manage what is synced.
The Japanese are famous for using some of the strangest gadgets in the world, and here’s another perfect example. It’s a very colorful Android smartphone, featuring a Geiger counter. That’s the tool you use to measure radiation level.
Recently on the Inside SkyDrive, Hotmail and Messenger blog, Omar Shahine revealed that SkyDrive now incorporates a URL shortening service for sharing files. This is much nicer for sharing files than a long ugly URL. Here’s a look at the service that’s available now.
Sometimes an app is just so good that you want to share it with a friend. But what if your friends don’t know how to use the Google Play Market, or have the app blocked by their carrier? In that case, you’ll have to send the app directly to them.
Join host Josh Windisch, Steve Krause and Brian Burgess for the first episode of the new podcast for groovyPost readers called Tech Groove. This is the first episode. Enjoy.