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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 8 hours ago 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 games, you end up with cramps in your body and the constant adjustment issues that prevent you from acing your game. If... Continue reading
Posted yesterday 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 7 days ago 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
Librarians are always a great reference point when looking for new books to read. Not only are they vivid readers, but they also have the required skills for identifying which books are best, according to your personal tastes and interests. In this article, we will review some of the greatest... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2018 at GeekWeek
The NCAA college basketball tournament - or March Madness in popular culture - remains one of the great American sporting events and following the wild results of this first weekend, that position is in no jeopardy. College basketball fans - and non-fans who suddenly flock to their televisions and brackets... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2018 at GeekWeek
LEGO is an incredibly educational toy. It's raised generations of future engineers and "techies", who found their interest in building and creating while playing with the plastic bricks. LEGO Mindstorms in special is a great choice to teach children the rudiments of robotics. Let's see how. Teaching Kids STEM Skills... Continue reading
Posted Mar 14, 2018 at GeekWeek
The little magician has done it again and he's made international football history in the process. Lionel Messi's picture-perfect free kick against Atletico Madrid netted him career goal number 600, with 539 goals for Barcelona to go with 61 in his international career with Argentina. While the World Cup remains... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2018 at GeekWeek
Any business or user of the internet will have frowned a little when the result of the net neutrality repeal debate was heard. A lot of large companies are still wondering how this decision will entirely affect them. There is also another group of individuals who are keeping a keen... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2018 at GeekWeek
For a few years, every user of the internet was governed by the same rules. Users had an equal opportunity to have the bandwidth and services made available to them with no bias to one party or another. Unfortunately, the FCC Net Neutrality vote has been cast, and users and... Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2018 at GeekWeek
Now, there’s no shortage of devices that’ll allow you to stream content to your television. And with so many to choose from, you might have a hard time picking which one is right for you. Apple TV may be slightly more expensive than the other models that are available, but... Continue reading
Posted Feb 19, 2018 at GeekWeek
We all use smartphones. Whether we use them to write emails, check the news, or just play games, smartphones are an essential part of our lives. However, with more and more phones entering the market, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find the best phone. Today, we’ll be having a look... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2018 at GeekWeek
Wi-Fi hotspots are a haven for hackers. It is understandably tempting and addictive to use a public Wi-Fi hotspot, but are you aware of the dangers involved? Identity theft and data loss are some of the nightmares you may subject yourself into if you don’t take the necessary precautions. Here... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2018 at GeekWeek
No matter who you are, or what your company name is, there are always ways of improving. Never think that you're safe, because the hospitality industry is a very competitive one, and if you slack off for even a second - someone will take your place at the top. Here... Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2018 at GeekWeek
There is no denying the fact that pdf files are an excellent option when you want to retain the format of a document. However, you need to get hold of an excellent pdf editor when you feel the need to edit your pdf files. It often happens that you feel... Continue reading
Posted Feb 1, 2018 at GeekWeek
Studying online is something which has become more and more common in recent years. Thanks to advances in technology, the flexibility to complete learning in your own time is just one of the major advantages that this method of study provides is just one of the reasons why it is... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2018 at GeekWeek