How to Maximize your Android Battery Life

Read on for clear, brief and informative tips to maximize your Android battery life So you've finally caved in and decided to buy yourself an Android smart phone! Good for you – Android devices...

The Samsung and Apple Love Affair – Round Two

The Continuing Saga As previously reported, Apple won its infringement case against Samsung and was awarded $1.049 billion. In the first round between these two tech giants, Apple came swinging; knocking down...
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Library of Congress Meets Twitter: Massive Archiving Ensues

Was getting one of your works archived in the Library of Congress on your bucket list of things to do before you die? Well congratulations! You can cross that one off...
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Open Incoming Text Messages Automatically Through SMS Popup

At certain times, the process of reading text message manually after seeing the notification may not be possible. If you don’t agree, think of a meeting where you are getting constant...

Geek Insider Exclusive Interview – Stefan Weitz, Senior Director of Search, Bing

Geek Insider would like to thank Stefan Weitz, Senior Director of Search at Bing, for taking time out of his busy schedule to chat with us. We would also like to...
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Death Worm – Designed to Be Unique and Addictive

The original Mongolian Death Worm of Gobi Desert might never get traced, but you can actually be one if you are an eager Android gamer. Originally released as a PC game,...

Why AAA Publishers Ensure Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and Gears of War...

AAA Games: Beginning to Converge Identities Perhaps this is just my paranoia for games or confirmation bias, but I feel that too many AAA games today are beginning to converge their identities....

Windows 8: The Good, The Bad, and the Charms Bar

Windows 8 Pro on Dual Boot - My Experience Over time, Windows tends to slow down and lag. Once it’s too much for you to bear, you re-install to make it run...

A Girl in a Geeky World: Women are Moving Up in the Tech Industry

Geek Girls: Moving Up In Technology For the last, oh…200 years or so, if you were a women who enjoyed science, technology, and basically anything that falls into the ‘geek’ category, you...

Retro City Rampage – Review

Retro City Rampage Full Review Retro City Rampage is in essence an invitation by indie game developer Brian Provinciano to immerse ourselves in everything he enjoyed while growing up in the 80's and...