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Is Office for iPad Too Late in the Game?

This week it was about getting work done and planning the next moves. Sometimes the moves just come to me. Will be heading to NAB from a last minute sponsor, so making plans for Vegas again. Last night’s TWIGG brought David Esquire to the show. He’s been using Glass for photography. Luke and I try to keep the lid off this episode. But karaoke must be sung! The Absolute LoJack Challenge is over. Congrats to Rust and Wendy as they won 1 year subscriptions to Absolute LoJack. Hotline – 608-205-4378 – geekazine (at) gmail.com Download the audio version Subscribe to...

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Netgear: N-900 Router Connects with All Devices – CES 2012

Netgear was back on the TPN CES Live show this year. They are looking at how you connect to your routers and the new Netgear N-900 Router. The N-900 has the ability to not only connect to all your devices – whether computer, mobile, smart TV or appliances. They also introduced the Media Storage router. It’s like a NAS and router in one. A 2 TB drive is inside this device to make central storage for all your devices. Get Netgear N-900 at Amazon They did a survey and found at least 7 devices are now connected to your router nowadays....

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Shodogg: Stream Videos from Smartphone to Computer – CES 2012

It’s just like Apple’s Airplay, Shodogg is a video delivery platform. It allows any smartphone fetch videos, then toss to any connected screen, then share with your friends. Any screen that can connect to the web, iPad, PC, Set top box or more. iOS and Android devices. It’s in Alpha, March will beta iOS, then Android after. You pair the device with an 8-digit code. The screen shows a QR-code for easy connection. Once your devices are linked, you can send video to them – Seamlessly. If you move to a device, the video will orientate to the system. Vimeo, YouTube partners,...

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Netflix DVD’s Are Due Today as Prices Change, Will They Charge for non-Returned?

Update 6:18 EST: Twitter users report Netflix is asking $14 per title if disc(s) are not returned. Update 6:28 pm EST: Starz announces they will cease content distribution through Netflix starting Feb 28, 2012. Today is the day. Did you make the change on your Netflix account? Are you going to pay $16 or more for DVD’s you don’t watch? Are you going with the streaming option? Two months ago, Netflix made the announcement they were upping the prices. If you joined at that time, you were given a choice – $7.99 for streaming and $7.99 for 1 DVD with...

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Say What You Will, Porn Makes the Internet Go Round

Brought to you by GotoMeeting – Try GoToMeeting free for 30 days – No CC needed: GoToMeeting.com/techpodcasts. Porn. It’s a 4 letter word. Maybe you would prefer “Adult Entertainment”? Like it or not, this little enterprise seems to drive our lives. We push it away, and it comes back even more. No matter what we do, the black sheep seems to re-arise. Is there any way we can control the beast on the internet? Adult Entertainment has been around as long as people can remember. Whenever there was a medium for it, someone was there to try and make a...

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Geekazine and Friends 2009 Predictions

If you like this article, please DIGG it. Thanks! In Part 1, we looked at last years predictions. The numbers weren’t too shabby. This year, we’ve expanded the list to anyone that wanted to contribute. And Contributions I did get. 250 of them. I spent most of Friday night and subsequent morning filtering the list to a couple pages worth of information. We have CEO’s, CTO’s, Marketers, Podcasters and even a Psychic helping us with this years list. Of course at the end of the list I will be adding my 2 cents worth for 2009 on Page 2.  So...

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Did the Geekazine 2008 Predictions Come True?

Wow. It was about a year ago I asked for people to send in thoughts as to what to expect in 2008. I also made some Technology predictions. But the real question was – How far off was I? This is actually part 1 of a 2-part story. This first part reviews the predictions I made last year and how far off I was. Part 2 will have this years predictions, including predictions from CEO’s CTO’s TechPodcasters and even a Psychic. So without any further ado, let’s pick apart my idiocy from last year: OLPC will have some growing pains....

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When Streaming TV and Movies Go Mobile – Joost and iPhone

As a kid I had this really cool TV. it was a Bentley with a 5″ Black and White screen and ran on AC power or 9 “D” batteries. It went all the way up to Channel 83, so if I hooked it up to the cable today, I would get the Big 10 network, MTV, and Disney. Yeah, Black and White, but sometimes you have to go old school. Joost is no Bentley, but they might have finally pulled into a niche here. Last week they made an iPhone app for the Joost service. It’s not the best thing...

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Double Review – WarmMe Mouse AND Video Streaming.

Sometimes it’s cool if you can work the 7-10 split. That is what we are doing tonight with the review of the WarmMe Mouse. It’s a mouse that warms up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit. However, I also wanted to review some of the Video streaming sites out there. Therefore, I took the review of the WarmMe mouse and did 4 different versions. I took 1 take on each site and will be reviewing the results of: Stickam YouTube Mogulus uStream We will start with Stickam’s video:

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Suicide of Abraham Biggs on Justin.tv

Abraham Biggs was a troubled teenager – at least that is what the news stories out there state. Abraham had attempted suicide before. But now he had an International audience – And a cheering section. It’s a travesty. Some of the viewers might have at first thought it was a joke, but it became all too real. In a first-hand account, he thought it was a joke. When the viewer realized it was less a joke and more reality, he tried to contact authorities. After multiple attempts and a couple hours later, the Broward County Police enter the home of...

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Geekazine 1 year Anniversary

Well, it was 366 days ago that the first posts for Geekazine surfaced (Leap Year, ya know). It’s been a little longer for the podcasts. Nonetheless, this site went live on November 7th 2007. Since then we’ve had over 175 podcasts and video casts, over 400 posts, a few posts and some people got some great swag. We’ve talked with some great names in the last year – from Bryce Whittey from Technibble, Josh Chandler, to Jeri Ellsworth. I would first like to thank everyone for a great first year. I would like to thank the sponsors: Gotomeeting.com, Careersaver.com are...