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Go behind the scenes with our new Insider Blog!

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Ever wanted to know some of the little things we get up to on the blog, or even listen to offcuts of items (i.e. bloopers) from our podcasts? Well, we have a new place for all of that – and its called the techgeek.com.au Insider. This is meant to supplement the content we have on techgeek.com.au, and allow you even a glimpse of what we think of the products initially […]

Merry Christmas from everyone here at techgeek.com.au

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On behalf of everyone here at techgeek.com.au, both our editors and contributors, we thank you for being our readers for the entire year. Thanks for making 2010 the year techgeek.com.au expanded to new ventures, explored new areas of engagement to target your needs and to help us make the site all about making technology easier for you all. So, once again, we are going to take a break for the […]

Introducing Gadgetlyst – our new home for gadgets!

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As part of our overall refresh for the new year, we’re introducing a brand new blog in our family. Called Gadgetlyst, it is our new gadgets and hardware blog, and will join Pwnage and Cupertino Loop in our list of blogs dedicated in separate topics, while the main blog covers the rest of the tech stories of the day. Gadgetlyst will be run by its newly-created Lead Editor of Gadgetlyst, […]

TECHGEEK Podcast #7 Foreword: Election Special

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So it seems that the Australian Election is on tomorrow and TECHGEEK is having a very special podcast for it. We have decided it will be a live podcast where listeners will be able to interact with the presenters via SMS, Phone and Twitter. The podcast will feature the latest in the election news and also feature tech news throughout of week. However, we will be recording another podcast on […]

Comp: Win a copy of BitDefender Total Security 2010!

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techgeek.com.au is starting July with a huge competition, especially when this month we have dubbed it “Security Month”, giving you some advice on how to be secure online and at home when you are on your PC. Of course, with this we might as well offer a competition – and that is what we have done. In partnership with the good pals of BitDefender, we are offering ten copies, chosen […]

techgeek.com.au – now with more circles

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Noticed something new? Yes, techgeek.com.au has been given a facelift – and just in time for E3. We have a couple of changes from the previous Bitstream theme, but also some new additions – including more integration with our Topics section. But now, lets say hello to a brand new theme and a brand new look – titled Exogenesis. (You should have seen glimpses of what we have done yesterday, […]

Merry Christmas!

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On behalf of the writers at techgeek.com.au, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year; and thank you for reading our blog. Who would have thought that in three years and more than two thousand posts later, we would be at this stage where we would be tackling discussing censorship and internet filtering… but then again, the decade was all about technology. So, hopefully, you all got […]

Keep up with techgeek.com.au on Facebook

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Guess what? Now you can keep up to date with techgeek.com.au, Australia’s technology blog, on Facebook. This page will allow you to keep up to date with the latest news from the blog, and that’s about it. However, we plan to do more things on the Facebook page, like making it a central hub. So make sure you become a fan of techgeek.com.au, and we do apologise for the weird […]

A message from the editor in chief of techgeek.com.au

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As techgeek.com.au is growing at a rapid rate, I have to fess up and make an apology to readers who were deceived in a recent story “Microsoft acquisition of Chandler Networks”, thinking that the New Zealand company Chandler Networks has been bought by Microsoft. The full story has been removed because it failed to meet the techgeek.com.au’s ethos of accurate and opinionated. I, as editor in chief, failed to realise […]

techgeek.com.au gets a makeover!

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So did you notice a change? Yes, we have a new logo – a brand new, non-capitalised “TECHGEEK” logo. Thanks for noticing that. Oh, and techgeek.com.au just got recently a brand new web design which replaces the old “Flux” template we had for about six months. So, why did we change the design? Well, we had a look at our branding for 2009 – well, all of the sites did […]

Sidetracked…

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If you are wondering what has happened to techgeek.com.au and having not a lot of posts during the past few days; well, we all have been very busy and have been sidetracked. While we do want to continue, school work always has priority. THIS DOES NOT MEAN WE ARE SHUTTING DOWN!!! It just means that we are reorganising our piorities as we head to the final years of schooling. However, […]

Welcome to 2009!

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The team over at techgeek.com.au wishes everyone a Happy New Year for 2009, and a welcome to the end of a turbulent year of 2008. If you haven’t noticed; techgeek.com.au has had several Year In Review posts during the past six hours, and I hope you do read them. If you missed them, here are the links: January & February 2008 March & April 2008 May & June 2008 July […]

techgeek.com.au Top 10 Posts for 2008

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2008 saw us have a full year of coverage on techgeek.com.au, and while we saw several countries fall into recession, several companies collapsed or saw job cuts, or even have Barack Obama winning the 2008 Election; techgeek.com.au is pleased to have called 2008 the year where we finally did something that we accomplished – surviving. And thanks to your visits (according to Google Analytics), we can now count down the […]

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from techgeek.com.au

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techgeek.com.au wishes everyone a Merry Christmas, or Happy Holidays – depends on what you want. As you may have noticed, techgeek.com.au will not be updated on December 24 and December 25, since its Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. As well, techgeek.com.au will be in “Crucial Update” mode on Boxing Day and December 27th – meaning that important stories will only be posted on those days. On the 28th, we hope […]

TECHGEEK 08 – Vote for your favourite “local” story of 2008

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It’s that time of the year again, and why not have your say on what were your favourite on the funniest, the weirdest, the best, the worst and your favourite local news stories of 2008. We scoured through our archives (our amazing 1,000+ posts) to pick which one to fill up our categories. Voting will go for four weeks, and we will reveal the answers, along with our favourite and […]


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