If we were to believe a document posted on Skype’s help section, Skype video calls for iPhone users is just a matter of time. The document actually walks users through making video calls in Skype on their iPhones so I’m going to bet we will see an announcement shortly.
Ad-Aware is one of the most popular antimalware solutions at the moment. The cost of a 1-year license is $ 29.95 but, if you move fast, you can get it free for a short limited time. Simply click here to go to cnet.com, sign up with the website and get your free license. After you […]
As some of you older groovyReaders know, over the past few years I’ve been becoming more and more involved in my Photography hobby. You can never have to many hobbies right? <sigh>… Anyway, while wandering around on the net today I stumbled across a groovy video posted on a site called first-things-first.net.
3D TV’s have been around for quite a while now, but there are various different technologies used for giving you the effect of “3D”. Today I’ve prepared a quick informative article about different methods of 3D, the ways they work and the answer to the question whether it’s wise or not to invest in a […]
Question for you MrGroove – With the launch of Windows 7, Microsoft promised reboots would be a vary “rare” thing however now that I’ve been running it for over 6 months, reboots are still occurring during and sometimes even before I install some new software. Why do we need to reboot our computers so often? […]
I spend a lot of time in Word 2010 everyday so I’m always looking for shortcuts, tips and tricks to increase my productivity and save time! For instance, have you ever had trouble with specific words you write that have a special symbol in it? This used to be a daily time consuming task to […]
Dear MrGroove, Today I accidentally deleted a really important Text message on my Android Mobile! This was no ordinary text either. It was a job offer that included the $$$ and a few other details about the job. I had to call my new boss and explain what happened, looking like an idiot in the […]
For me, clearing your browser cache from time to time is just good hygiene especially when you consider how easy it is to track people who visit your website… Today I cleared the cache on my iPhone and it hit me I’ve never explained the process yet here on the blog and since I’ve explained […]
Today Google announced the release of the Official Google Analytics iGoogle Gadget in their first of 3 posts containing holiday gifts. This first “gift” is a treat for webmasters using Google Analytics (Google’s website stats service) and iGoogle (Google’s personalized homepage).
Skype had a major outage, leaving a lot of customers unable to make video or voice calls. The outage lasted for 30 hours and the company has yet to say what caused it, but it has denied the possibility of a malware attack. Having dissatisfied customers is the last thing Skype wants right now especially […]
This week the Google Labs team spawned a brain child of Wave, and it’s called Shared Spaces. Google Wave, whether you love it or hate it, was the first innovative product to really challenge the entire system of email collaboration. Last August Google said they were ending support for Wave, but by no means are […]
Microsoft recently identified some critical flaws in Outlook 2007 update KB2412171. The update was released December 14th and has been wreaking havoc on Outlook users ever since. The bugs aren’t causing critical failures of the application so you may not even notice it however, chances are if you’ve used Outlook 2007 lately you already have […]
Google has released the Gingerbread (version 2.3) update for Android, but who actually has it at this point besides Nexus phone users? While Gingerbread isn’t a huge OS upgrade over Froyo (versoin 2.2), the keyboard certainly is. The installation is an APK file and installs just like an app, so don’t worry, this keyboard doesn’t […]