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2/16/18 Update

Update: 2/16/18 Hello there. We’re getting close to relaunch 3.0, but we have some big announcements that we couldn’t wait to share. #1: A New Parent Company: Since it’s inception, iGeekable has been it’s own company and we could continue to operate as such. But our new direction has forced us to be more forward thinking. We created

Square Cash

Square Cash is an up and coming (maybe) payment system. You simply type in the person’s email, enter the amount you’d like to request/send and hit go.

How 3D printing will change manufacturing

As 3D printing takes the center stage world wide, it promises to revolutionize the way the world produces its products. One of which is the way the world manufactures its goods. While China is playing a predominate role in manufacturing products and shipping them to countries all over the world, 3D printing technology is leveling

Yet Another YouTube redesign (Late 2013)

It’s almost the end of 2013 and YouTube is testing a another design. If you open YouTube not signed in with no cookies, you get a random chance to see this new design they are testing. YouTube seems to be always redesigning their site, this is like the 5th or 6th redesign? I lost count.

Hyperloop: The Future of Travel

The founder of PayPal, SpaceX and Tesla Motors is at it again. Elon Musk is set to release the design plans as open source on August 12, 2013 for a new method of travel called the Hyperloop. Elon Musk describes this as a mix between “a Concorde, a rail gun and an air hockey table”. With this

Google ads

Now I want to start this post of by saying, this is a non biased article. We use Google ads on our site to help us fund it. Now for the post. I think Google has it out for Apple. Just my blatantly honest opinion. I was watching some tech reviews on Youtube, and came

Apple award money cut to $599 million

Last summer, Apple called out Samsung on 6 patent infringements for various products. Judge Lucy Koh, who preceded over the trial, originally ordered Samsung to pay just over 1 billion dollars.   According to a report, the award money has been reduced to just under $599 million, under half the original sum. The judge plans to

3D Drawing Pen

Startup WobbleWorks started a KickStarter so they can produce a product called the 3Doodler. It’s the world’s first and only 3D pen that lets you draw in the air, so you could draw the Eiffel tower base on a piece of paper or cardboard and then lift it up into the air off of the paper, creating a 3D model.

AOL is making $500 million profit from Dial-Up connections still

AOL recently released profits amounts for each of its divisions in Q4 2012. It’s Dial-Up division accounts for $500 million dollars of AOL’s profit. Surprised they are making that much from dial-up with its shrinking user base as more and more people are moving to broadband. I assume it would be more popular on Farmland and poor rural areas where they

Kickstarter Launches iOS app

 Kickstarter is a online site where people can post projects to be funded. They have gained a lot of fame in the past year or two. They have funded over 35,000 projects for a whopping total of $450 million dollars. ‘Bout had a heart attack when I saw that one.

Twitter LOLCat language setting (Updated)

Twitter has started testing out a new language translation on the site. So instead of plain old English you can change your language to LOLCATZ (Beta). For those who are unfamiliar with lol cats, those are the funny pictures of cats with captions floating around the internet. But anyways, I decided to try it. Stuff like “Interactions” turn into “INTERACSHUNS”, “Worldwide Trends” turn into “WURLDWIDE

Dell announces plans to go private

Dell’s founder Michael Dell announced today that Silver Lake(A firm that invests in technology companies) and he are going to take Dell private again. Michael Dell and Silver Lake will be buying up the company at $13.65 per share. This deal is valued approximately at 24.4 Billion dollars. By being a private company Dell won’t have

Stickam is shutting down

Stickam has announced that it’s closing down on January 31 at 11:59 PM, that is tonight. The site posted the news 21 hours ago on its official blog. A short notice, and they didn’t state a reason why they were shutting it down.

Camera Phones

Even since before the age of smart phones, camera phones have been pretty popular. But since the new era, they have really taken off. Even the simplest of phones has a camera on it, as shown above. But has it really become to much. I mean, Nokia has a 16 megapixel camera on a phone.