Google Reader being killed off on July 1st, Feedly, Flipboard, Outlook, Zite, and more are great alternatives. Samsung Galaxy S4 announcement, Samsung announces a smartwatch in development, Sony actually has a smartwatch already, Microsoft rolls out Service Pack 1 to all Windows 7 users via Windows Update, and the how to tip of the week.
This week join host Josh Windisch, and groovyPost editor-in-chief Brian Burgess as we talk about Google Reader being killed off, and what are some good alternatives. Did you watch the Samsung Galaxy 4 presentation? What the hell was that? Samsung also announces a smartwatch they have in development. Sony has had a smartwatch out for the past year? Wow, who knew? Microsoft rolls out Windows 7 Service Pack 1 to all home users via automatic updates. It’s also ending support for RTM version of Windows 7. WEe also discuss whether iOS devices should have a file system. And this week we have two how to tips of the week about importing your Google Reader data to Outlook, and Josh tells us how to reset your iPhone Home Screen to defaults.
TechGroove Show Notes:
- Google Reader Shutting Down, Export and Save your RSS Feeds
- 500,000 Google Reader Users Switch to Feedly
- Samsung VP Verifies Building a Smartwatch
- Sony Already Offers a Smartwatch and Updates Software
- Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Rolls Out via Auto Updates
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Announced During Horrible Live Presentation
How To Tips of the Week
Import Your Google Reader Feeds to Microsoft Outlook
Reset Your iPhone or iPad Home Screen
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