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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

The New BlackBerry

The makers of BlackBerry, recently changed its name to BlackBerry Limited so they can have just one brand, it was formerly RIM(Research In Motion). They also named Alicia Keys as its creative director. Yes, the singer! Which is great since Ms. Keys connects better with the young hip target audience that they need to compete better with

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.

128GB Retina iPad

Apple today just announced a 128GB iPad, that is twice the storage space of the 64GB iPad. The new version will go on sale next month on February 5th. It’s going to cost $799 for the Wi-Fi only version, and $929 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model.

iOS 6.1 hit’s the update servers!

Apple has just released iOS 6.1 today, the latest update to iOS. It brings LTE to 36 additional carriers on iPhone and 23 additional carriers on iPad. iTunes Match subscribers can download individual songs from iCloud now. A new way to reset your advertising tracking Identifier. Seems like the most exciting feature is now you

Free Wallpapers!

Today we added a free iGeekable wallpapers section. Check it out here or the “Wallpapers” link at the bottom of the page. Currently we have a wallpaper that is great for your desktop background, and another one covering the iPad and iPad mini. Then the rest cover some of the popular phones such as the iPhone

Epson WF-3520 Review

About 2 weeks ago our old family printer, the Epson Workforce 610, started printing smeared pages. I ran the print head cleaner in the menu, and then for a few prints it was fine, but after that it did it again. I then took it to Geek Squad since we had an extended warranty and

Microsoft’s new Internet Explorer Ad

This morning I was browsing Twitter and Microsoft released a new ad promoting Internet Explorer 10. The ad didn’t actually show IE itself, only the icon at the end on a Windows Surface tablet. Even though I doubt I’ll switch to Internet Explorer 10, or Windows 8 as my fulltime operating system I think this is the best Microsoft Ad ever made.

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.

Atari files for bankruptcy

Atari, one of the pioneers in gaming announced today that they filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. They are aiming to keep the US operations separate from the french parent holding company Atari SA. Within the next few months they are going to sell their assets such as Pong, Asteroids, Missile Command and other titles. They may even sell their logo, leaving them with

Watch the Inauguration Live

If you want to watch the inauguration live, There’s an app for that. I’m not an extremely political person, but I do find the Inauguration interesting. The app idea is pretty smart for people who want to watch it on the go or at work. The app is available for iPhone and Android. Oh, and

Is the iPhone in trouble?

When the iPhone first came out, it was all the rage. In 2007, it was pretty popular, albeit hard to afford with its $500-$600 price point.  I remember my youth pastors going and sitting in line for it (and they have had every generation since). The iPhone was a status symbol. If you could afford

Pandora streamed over 13 billion hours of music in 2012!

Pandora, the leading online personalized radio station service released statistics for 2012 recently. Users of the service listened to over 1 million different songs by 100 thousand different artists and 1.6 billion stations were created. Totaling 13 billion hours of music! I wonder how many hours of that music were One Direction, Justin Bieber or Carly Rae Jepsen!

Staff Postitions

Hey Guys, I wanted to talk to you guys about some positions on the site that we have open. We have been looking for a few of these for a while, and some only for a bit, but we need them none the less. Positons: •Writers: We are looking for 2-3 writers to write content

Site Changes

Sorry, no tech post from me today. I’ve been doing a lot of site work and wanted to say be sure to check it out. Also a post will come in the near future for some available staff positions, So please stay tuned. Zac Murphy Vice President

Online Storage vs. Physical Storage

When it comes to our technology, We like to make sure it’s safe. We use security systems, passwords, cases and more. But nothing is worse than that dreaded moment when your hardware crashes. When that happens you need to go buy a new computer/phone/tablet. But what if you had irreplaceable pictures on there. That’s why

Facebook kicks Voxer off it’s platform after adding voice support to it’s own app

The AllThingsD reports allegations that Facebook turned off the API for Voxer, an app for both iPhone and Android that is a virtual walkie-talkie. It allows you to talk one and one or in a group of people, got it’s Facebook access disabled. Voxer uses Facebook’s API to find friends who are already on Voxer. You can still add friends by