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News Archive

  • This week, Livestream announced their Glass app to stream directly to their services. I talked with Livestream and found that anyone with Glass and a connection to their servers can create video. I had to test it out of course. As I was heading into NAB, I turned on the stream. It was not without issue, though. The process to Livestream from Glass is […]

    Livestream Unveils Google Glass App: My Livestream of NAB 2014

    This week, Livestream announced their Glass app to stream directly to their services. I talked with Livestream and found that anyone with Glass and a connection to their servers can create video. I had to test it out of course. As I was heading into NAB, I turned on the stream. It was not without issue, though. The process to Livestream from Glass is […]

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  • Congratulations to Rust and Wendy – they were the winners of the 1 year subscription to Absolute LoJack. But you know you can still get in on the deal with the two years of the standard subscription now for the price of one! That is $39 savings for a mobile device and $59 for a laptop! Simply go to absolutelojack.com/challenge for more information on Absolute LoJack products […]

    Absolute LoJack Challenge Winners

    Congratulations to Rust and Wendy – they were the winners of the 1 year subscription to Absolute LoJack. But you know you can still get in on the deal with the two years of the standard subscription now for the price of one! That is $39 savings for a mobile device and $59 for a laptop! Simply go to absolutelojack.com/challenge for more information on Absolute LoJack products […]

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  • NOTE: This is a post brought to you by Absolute LoJack. The Contest part is over. All opinions on software are those of Geekazine. Last week I announced a contest and talked about going #DigitallyDark for the Absolute LoJack Challenge. I have actually had this happen to me, which is a far better story than any “recreation” I could make. That is when I started […]

    Contest: Absolute LoJack Challenge & My Stolen iPhone Story

    NOTE: This is a post brought to you by Absolute LoJack. The Contest part is over. All opinions on software are those of Geekazine. Last week I announced a contest and talked about going #DigitallyDark for the Absolute LoJack Challenge. I have actually had this happen to me, which is a far better story than any “recreation” I could make. That is when I started […]

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  • This was my SXSW. I had a lot of fun this year meeting new people and creating new interviews. Of course, this was the year of the selfie for me – Since selfies are suppose to be therapeutic. I got a lot of them with some great superstars My Celebrity SXSW Watch It all started at the Roku streaming lounge when I met one of […]

    SXSW 2014 in Pictures

    This was my SXSW. I had a lot of fun this year meeting new people and creating new interviews. Of course, this was the year of the selfie for me – Since selfies are suppose to be therapeutic. I got a lot of them with some great superstars My Celebrity SXSW Watch It all started at the Roku streaming lounge when I met one of […]

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  • We are at an age where if we lose our connected devices, we feel lost or even violated. Not only is this a gateway to our friends and family through social apps, but it also contains our pictures, documents, lives – all on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Last July I had my iPhone stolen (also known as “Cherry picked”), which put me in […]

    I’m Taking the Absolute LoJack Challenge

    We are at an age where if we lose our connected devices, we feel lost or even violated. Not only is this a gateway to our friends and family through social apps, but it also contains our pictures, documents, lives – all on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Last July I had my iPhone stolen (also known as “Cherry picked”), which put me in […]

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  • Gaijin Entertainment announced today the third wave of the Ground Forces Expansion for War Thunder.  This is going to be the final wave before the expansion goes into an open beta. If you have not heard of it, then this expansion is one that brings tanks to the table. They also plan to bring war ships into war thunder. We are also going to […]

    Gaijin Announces an Wave 3 for War Thunder Ground Forces Expansion

    Gaijin Entertainment announced today the third wave of the Ground Forces Expansion for War Thunder.  This is going to be the final wave before the expansion goes into an open beta. If you have not heard of it, then this expansion is one that brings tanks to the table. They also plan to bring war ships into war thunder. We are also going to […]

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  • Welcome to Adi’s Time Tunnel. This is another feature, where I get to talk about games from the past(AKA retro games).  Up this week, I am talking about F-Zero for the SNES. This was released in November 1990 in Japan, August 1991 in the USA and June 1992 here in the UK. In fact, it was a launch title for the SNES. This was […]

    Adi’s Time Tunnel: F-Zero

    Welcome to Adi’s Time Tunnel. This is another feature, where I get to talk about games from the past(AKA retro games).  Up this week, I am talking about F-Zero for the SNES. This was released in November 1990 in Japan, August 1991 in the USA and June 1992 here in the UK. In fact, it was a launch title for the SNES. This was […]

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  • A lot more people doing some gaming on their tablet or smartphone. However, does PC gaming with a keyboard and mouse really matter? Games such as Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts, and Trackmania Canyon are all games, that are on PC and can be played very easily with a keyboard and mouse.  A lot of people that I have been talking to […]

    Do The Keyboard and Mouse Matter In The Age Of Tablets and Smartphones

    A lot more people doing some gaming on their tablet or smartphone. However, does PC gaming with a keyboard and mouse really matter? Games such as Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts, and Trackmania Canyon are all games, that are on PC and can be played very easily with a keyboard and mouse.  A lot of people that I have been talking to […]

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  • Every week, I will try and bring you a game that I think you should check out. This week, I have chosen a game called Fist of Awesome. This is essentially a beat-em-up game. You play the time-travelling lumberjack Tim Burr(cue impending rim shot). He is on a mission to correct the timeline by punching bears (and other animals) in the face and save […]

    My Gaming Pick of The Week: Fist of Awesome

    Every week, I will try and bring you a game that I think you should check out. This week, I have chosen a game called Fist of Awesome. This is essentially a beat-em-up game. You play the time-travelling lumberjack Tim Burr(cue impending rim shot). He is on a mission to correct the timeline by punching bears (and other animals) in the face and save […]

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  • Over the years, I have talked with K. Venkatesh Prasad about Ford’s open source initiative. Today, I was invited to talk with the group over a Google Hangout on the Traffic Tamer app challenge. This is a contest for the open source community to help mash data up and open streets. The challenge is to build hardware and software that can help reduce congestion in […]

    Ford Traffic Tamer App Challenge to Help Reduce Road Congestion

    Over the years, I have talked with K. Venkatesh Prasad about Ford’s open source initiative. Today, I was invited to talk with the group over a Google Hangout on the Traffic Tamer app challenge. This is a contest for the open source community to help mash data up and open streets. The challenge is to build hardware and software that can help reduce congestion in […]

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  • Everyone loves a good freebie. Because of this, a model of pricing for games called free-to-play has really taken off as of late. The idea is that you can download a game and start playing it for free. However, a developer also gives you the ability to buy certain things using real money to aid your progress in a game or unlock extra features.  […]

    Why The Free-to-Play Model Has Become Popular

    Everyone loves a good freebie. Because of this, a model of pricing for games called free-to-play has really taken off as of late. The idea is that you can download a game and start playing it for free. However, a developer also gives you the ability to buy certain things using real money to aid your progress in a game or unlock extra features.  […]

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  • I sorted through 500 pictures to show what I took #throughglass (Google Glass). Within this group, we see the last couple days of CES 2014 and the teardown of our techpodcasts booth. We did over 160 booth interviews – along with a large amount of floor interviews. Here are the final photos of this week.

    Part 3: Geekazine at CES 2014 in Pictures #throughglass

    I sorted through 500 pictures to show what I took #throughglass (Google Glass). Within this group, we see the last couple days of CES 2014 and the teardown of our techpodcasts booth. We did over 160 booth interviews – along with a large amount of floor interviews. Here are the final photos of this week.

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