Geezam.com wins Best Technology Blog at Jamaica Blog Awards

Geezam.com was started in December 2009 as an online oasis for technology, video game and web-related news from a source based in the Caribbean. Three years later Geezam.com is a leading blog in the region with a team of writers covering various tech topics and sharing their knowledge. We have worked hard over the years […]

Nominations open for 2012 Jamaica Blog Awards

Its that time of year again when the Jamaica Blog Awards are on the lips and in the minds of many local bloggers. The blogging scene in Jamaica has really developed especially in the last 3 -4 years as access to the high-speed internet via mobiles, the islandwide expansion of fiber optic network of internet service Flow […]

Google Zeitgeist 2012: Year In Review

We studied an aggregation of over one trillion searches (or queries) that people typed into Google Search this year. We used data from multiple sources, including Google Trends and internal data tools. We filtered out spam and repeat queries to build lists that best reflect the spirit of 2012.   Google Zeitgeist 2012  

LIME launches Blackberry App for Boys and Girls Champs 2012

Champs’ exclusive telecommunications partner LIME, has launched an application for BlackBerry smartphones that will allow fans to access event schedules, results, updates and everything related to the event as-it-happens during this years’ staging of the ISSA Boys & Girls Championships’ scheduled for March 28 – 31. According to Stephen Miller, LIME Sponsorships Manager, the ‘App’ […]

Microsoft Flight Simulator goes Freemium – Phoenix takes Flight in the Spring of 2012

From my previous article Minecraft Apple iPhone and iPad making brick building Games Social, you can see how fan support, especially from rabid, half-crazed fans who apparently have Acme Acres of free time on their hands, can propel a Gaming Cinderella to the darling of the Social Gaming elites. Interesting, as Minecraft is a Premium […]

One Laptop Per Child XO-3 Concept

The concept form of the latest version of the $100 laptop was unveiled recently. The touchscreen tablet-like device was shown off my the One Laptop Per Child Group who are a non-profit organization which aims to allow children in the developing world to have access to affordable technology.

XO-3 is expected to be put into use in 2012 and cost around $75. It will replace the current models of $100 laptops currently in use by the OLPC and the booklike XO-2 model displayed previously will be shelved. Read more about One Laptop Per Child XO-3 Concept