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TECHGEEK Podcast #24: The Best Of 2010

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Yes – it’s finally here. After hours and hours of Terence working and then Stewart whipping this up in just 10 minutes, it’s finally made it – The Best Of 2010 Podcast. Why has it taken so long you ask? Because it’s been a busy end of the year especially with the Gift Giveaway and all the public holidays. This podcast features over 1 hour and 30 minutes of best […]

TECHGEEK Podcast 17: Let’s squint for Amazon

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It feels like the longest episode so far, but it’s apparently not. Yes, the whole team is back… before they left again. However, not before we go through all the week’s Apple stories that managed to take up 15 minutes of the episode. Yes. You heard that. You might as well skip the 15 minutes. We talk about Skyfire, iBookstores and introduce a new segment called Gadgets. We are resting […]

TECHGEEK Podcast 16: Limewire R.I.P

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It’s Halloween and we see the deaths of Limewire and the Walkman. The iPhone 4 White version is either dead or still kicking, and little hackers all over the place thanks to a little Firefox plugin. Yeah. It’s an absolute shambles episodes with only two hosts – with Terence and Stewart. After having a break of one week, James off on la-la land, Tom in Phillip Island and sick, and […]

TECHGEEK Podcast Cancellation

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Readers, please be advised that this weeks episode of the TECHGEEK Podcast will be cancelled due to an absence of presenters. We will be back and roaring to go next week. – The TECHGEEK.com.au Team.

TECHGEEK Tips 8: Getting MobileMe features for FREE

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Yeah, sorry for the delay. All of our editors have been busy, and I forgot to schedule to post this on the blog. Terence Huynh hosts this week’s TECHGEEK Tip about replacing the core main features of MobileMe for free. No more will you have to pay more than $99 a month when you can get these features for FREE! Well, with the exception of one. This is based on […]

TECHGEEK Podcast 12: Mouseover us to see non-racial pwn!

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And no. It’s not Porn. It’s pwn. For Facebook, the term “Have you tried turning it off and on again” has never been truer when they had a 2.5 hour outage sometime this week, and Twitter was crippled with links to Japanese porn after a vulnerability was found in the code. We’re also became tired, as we became overcome with AFL and NRL finals season – yes, I know, you […]

TECHGEEK Tips 7: How to search with Bing

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It may sound stupid, but yes, today’s topic is how to search with Bing and how to search using it. (Apparently, it’s an issue). As well, it’s not James who is doing this tip, it’s Stewart, so we basically have no say on what is happening. Terence is recording the next tip, so at least we can be a bit prepared. And apologies for bursting your eardrums. And no, we […]

TECHGEEK Podcast 11: Testing 1, 2, 3…

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As you may of heard, we had to delay the podcast because of our busy schedules, but doesn’t mean we have given it the axe. And yes, you will be hearing a lot of the word Bing. We’re not getting sponsored by them (hopefully we do), but yeah – hate it, blame it on Tom. As well, turns out, Tom doesn’t concentrate during a Sunday, and Terence really doesn’t like […]

TECHGEEK Tips 6: Windows Sharing with a Mac

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Got a Windows PC or Laptop, but also a Mac? Need to find a way to share files between the two? Despite the fanboy purists, there are some who have both – and this is a very common question from those who aren’t tech proficient. Have no fear, Cupertino Loop’s lead editor, James Wilson, will take you how to set up the sharing on a Mac to Windows, allowing you […]

TECHGEEK Podcast 10: We are currently in negotiations

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Yes. We have a government. And it’s Julia Gillard. James Wilson is still pretty pissed about that, but we are moving on with the show with a lot of Apple news, discussion on XP and dispel or add to the iPad 2.0 rumour. On the show this time with Terence, Tom and Stewart is James Wilson – after a long hiatus – and bringing his colourful (we’re not using the […]

TECHGEEK Tips 5: Inside iTunes 10

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With Apple’s revamp of iTunes, TECHGEEK Tips brings an episode detailing the new changes. Coincidentally, James Wilson is our the editor of our Apple section Cupertino Loop, so he is the best person to tell you about the changes – including the brand new (and highly criticised) logo. Yes, we also go into how to start up iTunes Ping. Sorry for not posting this early in the morning. Totally forgot […]

TECHGEEK Podcast 9: Did someone say Nano?

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Apple news galore again. Yes, we know it is tiring, but you will have to live with it, especially when the September Apple event was this week. We’re confused over the name Ping, discuss the hatred of the new logo of iTunes 10 and the new iPod nano design, and a sexy new OLED TV prototype. And yes, it is damn sexy. We’re joined with Chris Southcott, who covered the […]

TECHGEEK Podcast #7: We just got hung

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Here is the recorded version of the TECHGEEK Podcast Live Election Edition. This podcast was broadcasted live during the hours of 7.30PM to 8.30PM via Ustream to the world. This podcast has a mix of election news, results, tech news and rantings. With us today is Terence, Stewart, James and Tom. We apologise for the limited organisation of this podcast and the spontaneous internet drop out at our recording location. Next week’s […]

Election Day 2010 Liveblog

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Well, as previously stated, TECHGEEK.com.au is covering the election with our liveblog. With executive editor Terence Huynh and the team from TECHGEEK.com.au, we are making election coverage easier with us keeping track of the entire election in a simple live blog. And by election night, we will cover what is happening on Seven, Nine and ABC (and possibly Sky News) with their predictions and pundits speaking.

TECHGEEK Tips #2: Facebook Chat in XMPP/Jabber

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While Terence and James can debate whether we should call it Jabber of XMPP, the second episode of TECHGEEK Tips with James Wilson tells you how to chat with your Facebook friends without actually opening your browser. Being like a Mac head he is, he will tell you how to do it on iChat. Windows and Linux fans, don’t fret, you can still perform how to do this, you just […]