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What if #MadMen was set in #2015 #YOLO

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You kids and your damn social media. Yes, Mad Men may have wrapped up its seventh and final season last week, but a fan-made Tumblr page shows the series will live on through modern #brand #integration, in the same vein as other forward-thinking social media accounts like @Seinfeld2000. The GIF-heavy Tumblr page, called Mad Men Integrated, which has so far taken aim at social media jargon, the hashtag, and the cruelty […]

Techcast S02E09: Too Many Cooks

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Welcome to this week’s edition of Techcast! Windows 10, Windows 10 and Windows 10 – It’s Windows Vista all over again! This week we talk about all the different versions of Windows 10, the Pacnet data breach and how Apple is ditching their supposed TV. Join Stewart Wilson, Terence Huynh and Chris Southcott for a fun filled ride through the latest news in Technology, we’re on time this week! Be […]

Would an Apple Television have an antenna?

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Would an Apple Television have an antenna port? I mean, seriously, would it? Wouldn’t a television signal be counterintuitive to Apple’s own digital storefront goals, and wouldn’t it be weird for Apple to make a TV that sucks in content through the old-fashioned airwaves? I’m assuming Apple may have reached this conclusion themselves, judging by a WSJ report saying they’ve cancelled their TV project. Because in the end, how would a […]

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FoodGeek: Doritos Roulette Review

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There’s nothing worse than guilt walking, and yet it’s an activity I generally partake in at least twice weekly, usually following a binge on some terrible foods. Today, however, I embarked upon a different guilt walk, one that I’ve never really encountered, mainly because, as well as completely devouring an entire packet of Doritos chips, the actual eating itself included its own pain. And that’s because I was eating the […]

Review: Sony Smartwatch 3

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Smart watches are a brand new thing out on the market and we’ve been seeing iteration after iteration of models from different companies such as Pebble, Motorola, Samsung and LG. These manufacturers have been pushing out some pretty nifty products including the Moto 360, LG G Watch and Samsung Gear S, however, Sony has a bit of a hit and miss record with the original Smartwatch and Smartwatch 2 – […]

Inside Telstra’s $112 million George St Store

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While normally TechGeek wouldn’t review a store, I had the opportunity (well, I was walking past) to take a look at the recently revamped “Telstra Discovery Store” better known as the Telstra George St store. Back in late 2014, Telstra spent $112 million dollars revamping the store to turn it into a huge “collaboration space” for Telstra staff and guests. However, there certainly isn’t an absence of technology from the […]

PSA: The Raspberry Pi B+ just got a price cut

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Briefly – The Raspberry Pi B+ has just received a price cut – you can now pick one up for just $25 (plus shipping). The Raspberry Pi Foundation are claiming this is due to efficiencies in the manufacturing of the computer since it’s introduction, however, this may be in response to the new $9 CHIP microcomputer which found it’s way onto Kickstarter recently. So if you’re interested in picking one […]

PSN down again – and you can blame Lizard Squad (probably)

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If you’re having trouble with connecting to the PlayStation Network today, you can blame Lizard Squad for that again. The group – infamously known for taking down PSN and Xbox Live during the Christmas season – has claimed responsibility on Twitter for taking down their servers. “I really missed all the butthurt gamers, how you guys been? I’m sure you missed us just as much,” the group posted on Twitter. Of course, […]

Samsung to shut down Wallet service on June 30

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Samsung has announced in an email to all Samsung Wallet customers that it will be shutting down the service on June 30. The reason why Samsung is shutting down the service was because not many people were using the service. In a separate message to Samsung Wallet partners, they noted that “the usage rate… was not what anyone expected.” “One of our company’s core values is to guarantee the best […]

Next Assassins Creed instalment arrives October 23rd, 2015

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Ubisoft has just unveiled the newest instalment of the Assassin’s Creed Saga, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, which will be available on the 23rd of October for Playstation 4 and X-box One, whilst later in Spring for PC. The fifteen minute trailer released at 2am this morning solidified many details about what to expect next from the well-known series. The game is set in London, 1868, where the Industrial Revolution is taking […]

Review: Parallels Desktop 10

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The last time we took a look at Parallels Desktop was Version 6, which was back in 2011! Now we’re at Parallels Desktop 10 and it couldn’t be better. Parallels Desktop is one of those go-to programs for your Mac when you need to virtualise an operating system (probably Windows) and it’s certainly sufficient to get the job done. In this version of Desktop, Parallels have improved the speed and […]

TechGeek nominated for 5 IT Journalism Awards!

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We’ve got some great news to share! TechGeek has been nominated for FIVE IT Journalism Awards – affectionately called The Lizzies – for the work we’ve produced last year; and we’re up against some pretty good sites. TechGeek is nominated for Best Website, Best News Coverage, Best Personal Technology Coverage, Best Gaming Coverage and Best Independent Media. For Best Independent Media, we are up against our good friends Reckoner, Ausdroid and Live Tech Australia; plus Women in […]