Windows 8 will be coming in time for the holidays. Microsoft has officially set a date for its marriage of the old-school desktop and the new fangled touchscreen OS. More Reading:
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Eric Mack sits in as host for this week’s TechGroove Podcast. The groovyCrew was located all over the country this week, but we were able to get together through the power of Skype to talk about Google, Consumer Privacy and many other Tech Topics!
If you want the latest Windows mobile OS on your Windows Phone, you’ll need to buy new hardware. Even the luxurious Nokia Lumia 900, the darling of the Windows Phones so far, won’t be seeing Windows 8, but Microsoft is offering a compromise.
Microsoft is hoping that 2013 will be the year it finally takes over your living, if a 56-page leaked document detailing the Redmond monster’s plans is to be believed.
Here’s just a little bit of groovy-ness to help start your week off right. Blending the worlds of fantasy, comics and tech into a hearty meal for the eyes, Nitrozac and Snaggy created this cast mash-up poster for the imaginary “Game of Tech Thrones.”
Next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference is sure to have a certain air of vacancy to it – it’ll be the first of Apple’s annual extravaganzas to be held since Steve Jobs’ passing. But even though something will be missing from the event next week, there will be plenty to talk about.
For at least the past few years, you and I and over 6 billion other people on this planet have been living in a new age, the age of malware warfare…
It’s safe to say that Facebook’s first week as a public company didn’t go the way people were hoping and expecting. While the stock price is down by about 16 percent from its initial offering price, there’s still plenty of winners emerging from the rubble. Here’s the breakdown.
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.
Cue Darth Vader’s Imperial Death March, folks — Verizon is killing grandpa. Ok, not really, but Big Red is taking out all grandfathered unlimited data plans very soon.
The iPhone grip on hipness and exclusivity has been loosening of late. First Instagram finally hopped the iOS walled garden and sprinted into the loving arms of millions of Android users, and now a Flipboard APK file is roaming the wild Android prairie — and we’ve got the scoop on how to track it down.
The Galaxy Nexus is there, but not here. That’s the view of the first Ice Cream Sandwich Android phone from these United States. Despite being available in Europe for weeks now, Samsung’s official Google phone with Android 4.0 has still not officially been released in the U.S. The latest news today is that the Galaxy […]
In today’s ranting roundup of tech news, GroovyPost editor Eric Mack recalls a “private” love story between the Federal Trade Commission and Facebook.
Coming back from a wonderful four-day weekend to face the silliness of Facebook’s IPO, Microsoft’s bid for Yahoo! and all the Black Friday fallout make for an especially lively ranting roundup of the day’s tech news with GroovyPost Senior Editor Eric Mack.