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Kelroy is an internet junkie, technology advocate and avid gamer who envisioned Geezam.com as a Caribbean based technology blog offering a more global view of technology topics. Reach out if you have a guest post or would like to write for us.
Xbox 360 gets Slimmer and Shinier
Tech News, Video Games

Xbox 360 gets Slimmer and Shinier

Microsft has announced and revealed at their press conference at the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo a slimmer, sleeker, quieter and shinier Xbox 360 design. Boasting a long list of improvements and new features the new Xbox 360 design will be available later this week for $299. The built in Wifi and 250gb harddrive are easily the most important addition as in todays wireless world it was rather clucky to still be using a ethernet cord or pay $100 more for an external antenna. New Xbox 360 Feature List Xbox 360 250GB Hard Drive: The internal 250GB hard drive allows you to save your games and store television shows, movies, music, pictures, trailers, levels, demos, and other con­tent available from Xbox LIVE Marketplace. Built in Wi-Fi: The new Xbox 360 is the onl...
Twitter’s Special FIFA World Cup Page
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Twitter’s Special FIFA World Cup Page

Twitter's has unveiled a new FIFA World Cup page that allows fans of the World Cup to stay connected to action using the micro-blogging service. The page located at http://twitter.com/worldcup made from live widgets, the Top Tweets algorithm, and real-time search put together on one page. Twitter users can easily click on the flag of a team to see the date and times of each of that team's matches, their opponents and to follow live tweets happening all over the world related to that match. There are also special flags and icons for each of the 32 teams participating at the tournament being held in South Africa that can be used by adding special hastags to tweets like #worldcup, #Arg,  #Eng, #Rsa and many more. These special images are only viewable using Twitter's web interface howeve...
FIFA Superstars – Facebook Game
Video Games

FIFA Superstars – Facebook Game

EA Sports FIFA Superstars is is new flash based Facebook game released just in time to take advantage of the buzz surrounding the 2010 FIFA World Cup which Starts on June 11th in South Africa. The game comes from Playfish, who specializes in social network games, the company was acquired by Electronic Arts in November 2009 and have created many popular games such as Pet Society and Restaurant City. FIFA Superstars is a game that allows players to play against friends and computer profiles in flashy, predetermined soccer games. It combines various genres but is basically a trading card game which rewards players with experience and coins for advancing through the game. An actual match in FIFA Superstars does not involve the player controlling his players on the pitch like a typical FIFA...
Nokia Bicycle Charger Kit
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Nokia Bicycle Charger Kit

The recently announced Nokia bicycle charging kit allows cyclists charge their mobile phone using pedal power while they ride. Such charging solutions are not new but Nokia being a major player in the mobile phone market sees an opportunity to target environmentally conscious consumers of their devices. The total charging time varies depending on the phone and the cycling speed but Nokia claims that with just 20 minutes of cycling at 10 km/h you can power up a Nokia 1202 for 1 hour of talk time or 74 hours of standby time. The Nokia Bicycle Charger Kit is compatible with all Nokia phones that have a 2 mm charging interface. The Nokia 1202 is a cheap phone without many of the advanced power sucking features in most smartphones that are in high demand lately as prices fall and compet...
Tech Tips

Free plus Software equals Freeware

Freeware is a word formed by combining two separate words: “free” and “software”. Freeware is free software that is made available for use with no time limit. Although freeware is without cost and can be used for a limited time there usually are some kind of usage restrictions such as free only for academic, non-commercial or personal use while there is a fee for commercial use usually with a few extra features. (more…)
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Google Fuses TV and the Internet

Ever wish you could browse the internet on your television? How about watching internet only videos or accessing web friend applications for everything from the weather to a Facebook? Google has it's eye not just bridging the gap between television and the internet but fusing them together with a newly announced product - Google TV. "Google TV brings everything you love about the web to your television." The service will come built into some televisions or separate set-top boxes can be bought. Google has partnered with Sony (global leader is HDTVs), Intel (pioneering chip maker), Logitech (computer peripherals and accessories)  to bring this service to the masses and it is powered by it's Android operating system and Google Chrome web browser. A short video embedded below that gives a d...
YouTube Turns Five – Video and Infographic
Tech News, Internet

YouTube Turns Five – Video and Infographic

Youtube is one of the most popular websites on the internet and offers visitors the opportunity to watch, upload and share videos on the internet. It is reported that over 24 hours of video is uploaded to Youtube every minute and Youtube recently recorded over 2 billion (yes that's with nine zeros) video views in one day. Youtube is celebration it's five year anniversary and Youtube users can upload a video explaining how Youtube has impacted their lives. Youtube catapulted unto the interwebs in April 2005 and was an instant hit. Eyes where raised when Google acquired the year old start-up in November 2006 for a reported $1.65 billion. Five-year anniversary video embedded below as well as an info-graphic showing information about Youtube and it's achievements in it's first five years of...
Google refreshes Search Interface
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Google refreshes Search Interface

Google at this time is rolling out a new design and layout of it's search homepage and results. A focus on navigation in the left sidebar complete with new icons representing the different categories of results such as news, images, news, videos, maps, blogs, books etc and search search tools to further refine search queries. Google Blog Excerpt The new design refreshes and streamlines the look, feel and functionality of Google, making it easier to pinpoint what you’re looking for. It’s powerful, yet simple. Today’s changes are the latest in our continuing efforts to evolve and improve Google. We've been testing these changes with users over the past few months, and what we're launching today reflects the feedback we've received.. We want to ensure that the Google you ...