Why Science and Math Literacy are Key to Caribbean Development

The lack of racial diversity in the tech industry is a big problem, one that Silicon Valley’s largest firms are trying to solve. For companies like Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Google, a more diverse workplace means a better grasp of what customers want, which translates into increased sales and bigger profits. The Caribbean region, with […]

Google I/O 2014: Android and Chromecast expand as Google tries to conquer Home and Automobiles

Google I/O Conference indicates that at the Dawning of the Sun, they are still on track to take over the World, at least in your Home and Automobiles, Pinky and the Brain Style. I’d long predicted this was coming in 2015 when they’d mentioned it at Google I/O back in 2011 as prophesied in Apple’s […]

Your #WorldCup Package

It’s high tide at Lake Soccer!  Unless you’ve been stuck in your man-cave, or pulling a little too much overtime or too many double-shifts, you may have noticed that the flags have now started surfacing on those car poles and antennas.  Maybe you’re typically too engaged in fighting traffic or wondering what it would really take […]

Google Contact Lenses with Cameras will be Next-Gen Google Glass Smartphone Replacement

Google has gone and done it with this most recent patent filing in March 2014 with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that puts out there the idea of a pair of Contact Lenses with Cameras built in. If Google Glass wasn’t creepy enough, Google has decided to up the ante with Contact Lenses that […]

Droplet Robotic Watering System is A Green Thumb’s companion to the Miimo Lawnmower

Slowly but surely the Robots are taking over ….at least in the Garden. Remember the Miimo, Honda’s Robotic Lawnmower that make mulch out of grass as explained in Honda debuts their first practical robot, the Miimo – Where AI meets the Real World? Now comes the Droplet Robotic Water System that waters your plants with […]

Solamon Energy Corporation to build Caribbean’s Largest Solar Plant – Jamaica to get a Green Energy Boost

Folks, looks like I spoke to soon yet again! In my earlier this year entitled Digicel Jamaica’s Alternative Energy Future – Increased Electricity Bills and Energy Sector Opportunities collide I predicted that Digicel would go into Alternative Energy as they were already holders of the title of “Greenest Building in the Caribbean”. Alas, it appears […]

Best of Geezam.com from 2011

Geezam.com was started in December 2009. Two years later the website has grown and evolved into one of the main Caribbean based technology blogs. 2011 was a good year for Geezam.com in which the team was expanded and though a more refined posting schedule the readership has increased. 2012 is looking like a year that […]