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In the trading stakes, Ethereum has been Bitcoin’s stalking horse for the past year or two, and cryptocurrency commentators have spent many hours debating if, when and why it might ultimately overtake Bitcoin as the most important currency in the crypto space. The technology is universally accepted as being superior... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at GeekWeek
“To confine our attention to terrestrial matters would be to limit the human spirit," the late, great Stephen Hawking once said. There’s certainly something endlessly captivating about the infinite mysteries and great unknowns of space — as I’m sure all you space geeks out there would agree. So why not... Continue reading
Posted Aug 8, 2018 at GeekWeek
LEGO Ninjago is a theme that LEGO introduced in 2011, featuring elements from the fictional realm of Ninjago. The line became an instant hit among fans of the Ninja series and LEGO enthusiasts. To help you find the best set, we curated a list of the best LEGO Ninjago sets... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2018 at GeekWeek
Whether you’re visiting for a holiday or live in America, one thing’s for certain. If you like a little flutter, the gambling laws from state to state can be a little confusing. Staying on the right side of the law is difficult That’s because each state has its own rules.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 1, 2018 at GeekWeek
Although the FIFA World Cup is over, the trail of football fever still continues amongst the people. With France declared the deserving winner, the match videos, and other player or team related information searches are still trending the charts. Not only the match highlights, any top insights into football videos... Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2018 at GeekWeek
There have been lots of technological advancements over the years and the construction industry has benefited from these. Construction projects will experience improvements in speed and accuracy with the use of drones, otherwise known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), as stated in the McKinsey report 2016. With a budget of... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2018 at GeekWeek
Record players have been around for a very long time. A few decades ago, when cassette and other forms of music players were invented, record players went out of fashion and eventually became a collectors’ item. However, with time they are modernized and brought back to the world as turntables... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2018 at GeekWeek
Choosing a maternity photographer can be a big decision. There are a number of studios that specialize in maternity and newborn photography in Sydney. Normally maternity photo shoots take place six to eight weeks before your baby is born. This means that there is little time for you to schedule... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2018 at GeekWeek
As we played the game, we came to one important conclusion: is not normal that a game should put this rage into our bodies. Ever since we started playing games (and we have some on our backs, trust us on this one), we did not encounter such game. But we... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2018 at GeekWeek
There was the slightest bit of post-disappointment after the 2018 WWDC. It wasn’t because of what was announced, but because of what wasn’t. Bucking tradition, there was no new hardware announced this year. That suggests September and October are going to be huge. No worries, though. Apple has been pumping... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2018 at GeekWeek
What do Bill Gates, Stan Lee, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, George Lucas, and Bill Nye have in common? They’re all huge geeks that changed the world. Not only did they all make a major impact in our universe, but they became filthy rich in the process. Nowadays it’s a good... Continue reading
Posted Jun 27, 2018 at GeekWeek
The names of the most popular ecommerce subscription boxes are commonplace by now. We all know someone who gets something delivered in the form of a subscription package each month, whether it’s meal preparation ingredients, clothing, makeup, razors, pet supplies or something else. It’s really no wonder people are eager... Continue reading
Posted Jun 26, 2018 at GeekWeek
Your room or house isn’t the only place to be techy. In your home you probably have smart devices that control lighting and temperature. You may have an app controlled doorbell. You probably have an awesome gaming system or laptop. Why stop your technology with your home? You spend a... Continue reading
Posted Jun 21, 2018 at GeekWeek
If you’re an avid gamer the one thing you realize after long gaming hours is how uncomfortable you’ve been. While you don’t feel the stress while playing your favourite online games, you end up with cramps in your body and the constant adjustment issues that prevent you from acing your... Continue reading
Posted Jun 20, 2018 at GeekWeek
As technologies go now far and far away, we always know that some time cars of the mid-level will be conquered. Here is that time – let us introduce the head-up display (further HUD). What is the Continental? It is one of the world’s first companies which has developed a... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2018 at GeekWeek
Electric Cars Of The Future The number of electric cars on the road has shot up to over 1,200,000, and this will only continue to grow as we look for alternative energy sources to power our vehicles. We’re a little while off having cars, powered only by a solar panel... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2018 at GeekWeek
You’re headed off to college, it’s your first time away from home and of course you’re excited about setting up your college dorm room and really making it your own. If you’re like most college students then you want all the latest geeky gadgets so you can relax, have fun,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 7, 2018 at GeekWeek
“Is that…it?” I remember saying this out loud the first time I went to see an electronic music artist perform live. This was before EDM was a thing and the likes of David Guetta and Hardwell were household names. I had grown up on a steady diet of rock ‘n’... Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2018 at GeekWeek
There have been a lot of developments in search engine optimization since the beginning of this year. At the same time, more companies are likely to join the bandwagon and utilize the search engine optimization for their needs in internet marketing It is not that important to find out the... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2018 at GeekWeek
Regular cosplay is beginner stuff. Next level sci-fi fanatics are already geeking up their homes – and that doesn’t imply arranging their space opera Blu-Rays by mean distance of the action from planet Earth. But giving your interior a science-fiction theme is last year’s idea. The dawn of summer 2018... Continue reading
Posted May 20, 2018 at GeekWeek
It was once necessary for a video game to be linear to be successful. However, as computing power has grown, so has the ability to create open world games with attractive graphics, leading to the likes of Skyrim making $1.3bn according to industry sales figure. God of War 4, released... Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2018 at GeekWeek
From special edition comics, to the latest smart TVs, it’s no secret than keeping up a geek lifestyle is an expensive habit. In 2014, the size of the market for print comic books was reported to be over $800 million, with the market for digital comics bringing the total to... Continue reading
Posted Apr 26, 2018 at GeekWeek
There is a lot of talk about Millennials and others “cutting the cord” and getting rid of their cable and satellite providers. It’s true that in many cases, shows can be streamed rather than watched on television at a certain time. The precursor to streaming, the DVR, showed people how... Continue reading
Posted Apr 24, 2018 at GeekWeek
Booksrun is a productive forum for sale and purchase the used books. The semester is over; it is better to earn some profit instead of filling shelves with books. You might be thinking that how can you sell books? It is the pretty simple process. The interface of the Booksrun... Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2018 at GeekWeek
An integral aspect of selling goods online, customer reviews have the power to make your ebook a strong seller. Conversely, negative reviews can consign your work to the “never going to be downloaded” category. For this reason, many writers are tempted to game the system by subscribing to paid services... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2018 at GeekWeek