Every few times a month Nasa will release space imagery that absolutely blows me away. This time around I was caught by surprise and found brilliant photos taken by an amateur stargazer.
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Whether it’s News, Sport or Entertainment, gettyImages creates the best imagery on the planet — period. Here’s a quick-peak at a few of my favorite shots as well as where you can go to find more!
If you’re a cord cutter, the Summer Olympics aren’t available to you live online. But, here’s a list of apps for Android and iOS that will let you keep up with the games while on the go.
During our busy days, we forget to look up at the stars and realize how awesome the galaxy is – let alone there are actually people living in space. Take a break from email and texting and check this out.
Yesterday when Microsoft released it’s new Office 2013 Customer Preview, they also silently included a few extra tools including a tool for System Administrators called the Office Deployment Tool for Click-to-Run.
Looking for the official icons from the New Microsoft Office Consumer Preview? Look no further, we have them all for ya, ready to go in a groovy-little-bun!
Microsoft Surface vs Apple iPad Keynote Video — This video was made available last week and is very intriguing look at how close the Microsoft Surface Keynote and Apple iPad Keynote are similar. Microsoft stealing Apple’s Keynote terminology. A must watch.
The iPhone might be faster than it seems. Any serious iOS app developer already knows about this, but most of the people I’ve run into aren’t aware of it.
I was at the grocery store and bought a bunch of bananas. To my surprise I found a QR Code sticker on them. QR codes on fruit? What’s next?
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.
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.
Recently Microsoft announced that Windows Media Center will not be included in Windows 8. Media Center will be a separate pack you’ll need to purchase and install. Why don’t they just leave it alone?
Google seems hell bent on getting my phone number. Will it ever end?
A lot of Windows users are absolutely livid about the new Metro Start screen. But Microsoft isn’t looking back, and we need to get used to it.