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TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : November

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : September & October

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : July & August

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : May & June

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : March & April

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

TECHGEEK Year In Review 2008 : January & February

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The year that was known as 2008 can’t be called an easy one. From Barack Obama winning the election to an entire year of worry on our economic stability, or the fact that Australia might be acting like China to implement a filter that we didn’t want; TECHGEEK.com.au recollects on the year that was, in a series of posts from the entire year that were in our archives since 2008. […]

Gawker to sell Consumerist blog to Consumers Union

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Gawker Media has sold the Consumerist blog to the publisher of Consumer Reports, Consumers Union, according to the New York Times. The blog, which is often the place where consumers place their complaints about stores and products, is expected to become a division within the new owner, and the current editorial staff is not expected to change and will remain publishing the blog. Terms were not disclosed, but the deal […]

LG to bring out world’s thinnest LED LCD TV at CES 2009

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CES 2009 : LG has announced that it will bring out its LH95 LCD TV to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which happens in January; and has branded it as the world’s thinnest LED-illuminated LCD TV out there in the world. Being only 24.8mm thick, it is slightly thicker to the MacBook Air, which is only 19.3mm; it also features a 240Hz TrueMotion Drive for blur-free video reproduction […]

LG to present touchscreen watch phone at CES ‘09

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This might not look like much at all, except being a watch with a full-colour screen. However, this possess one of the new form-factor of mobile phones, the ones being built into watches. However, since most watches are not powered lithium-ion batteries, it does not a watch a very good way of having phone capabilities – but alas, it has been done before. But now, it is LG’s turn to […]

Podango’s end might be coming

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The economic crisis has hit many companies, but one startup company maybe calling it quits in 2009. Podango, a podcasting startup, has announced that the future of the company is uncertain and has warned its users to make sure that they have all of their data backed up before the end of December. In a blog posting by the President of the company, Dogulas G. Smith has warned that it […]

TECHGEEK.com.au’s Guide to Web Hosting

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The beauty of the internet is that you can have a piece of it and you can use it for anything you want it to be; may it be for a technology blog (like us), a personal blog, a e-commerce site, discussion board or just to get your business/brand out there for the public to see. Whatever the reason is, there is only one problem – you need to have […]

Adamo to have Blu-Ray, DisplayPort?

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RUMOUR MILL : Dell’s new Adamo laptop, which is set to be a competitor to Apple’s ultra-thin MacBook Air, is believed to have a couple of features – thanks to a Google cache search on its accessories for the new laptop. The new laptop is set to have a 45-watt power adapter, which is not really special; but will also feature the new DisplayPort and a 2X Blu-Ray combo drive. […]

Apple, Microsoft & Google sued over thumbnail previews

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Cygnus Systems, a networking company based in Michigan, has sued Microsoft, Apple and Google after it claims to hold a patent that basically covers the navigation and access to files based on thumbnails; and has cited Microsoft’s Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 8; Apple’s Cover Flow, iPhone and Safari; and the Google Chrome browser as the source of the infringement. It is also seeking damages and a permanent injunction that […]

iPhone 3G sells at Wal-Mart on Sunday; $99 iPhone lives on – at AT&T

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After rumours started flying that Wal-Mart will sell the iPhone in the US for just US$99, and then turned into nothing since it wasn’t true; AT&T is selling the iPhone 3G 8G for $99 – on a 2-year contract. Also, if you get it now before the end of the year, you can get an extra $50 off the price! That is pretty cheap. It should be noted that this […]

A please explain would be nice – 8-bit PS3 & Xbox 360 clones found in the wild

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I’m sorry, but I’m a bit lost over the fact that there is a clone of an Xbox 360 and a PS3 and trying to get my head around that these are not fakes. Anyway, the clones are from Rodisson Technologies Company, a shady, Chinese company. Each can only play 8-bit versions of games, and you could (and would) clearly tell that the Xbox 360 clone is a clone, since […]