Caribbean Tech Community Gathers as CaribNOG 11 kicks off in Jamaica

Anyone interested in the development of the Internet in Caribbean may have already heard of CaribNOG, the Caribbean Network Operators Group. Over the past decade, this volunteer-based community of computer engineers has grown into a formidable influencer in the regional technology arena. Today, its twice-yearly regional gatherings are among the most highly anticipated events on […]

Corporate Giant Yahoo Joins The eSports Race

After ESPN with ESPN Esports , Yahoo is now getting into Esports. Yahoo Esports will cover League of Legends, Heroes of the Storm, Dota 2, Street Fighter V, Counter-Strike: GO and more. The company today announced the formation of Yahoo Esports, which it’s calling a “new premier destination for delivering professional Esports coverage across major […]

Gamers Roll Out; The Cross Country Tour May Be Coming To You

Greetings one and all; here to shed some light on a big event currently happening across Jamaica that you might not be aware of. To give some context on the matter let me introduce you to the main driving force behind eSports in Jamaica right now. Enter Isaiah-Triforce M. Johnson; CEO and Gaming World Record […]

The Realities of The Jamaican Job Market From a Tech Point Of View

Most young Jamaicans; university and college graduates, have become locked into the vicious failed cycle that is the Jamaican job market. There are very few options available with little prospects of creating your own job even if you develop a product that fills a niche and has attracted attention from potential customers. Why is this […]

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 […]

IBM’s advent of Mind Reading as Samsung patents Astral Projection Tech as the next Big Thing

Last December (that’s 2011), IBM (International Business Machines) put out its annual “5-in5” prediction of five (5) technological shifts that will dominate the World for the next five (5) years until we get bored and desire more tech to make out already lazy lives even lazier. This list of predictions makes for interesting (and troubling!) reading: […]