“The Chase” ad by Intel – Crazy, Geeky & Cool

To build the excitement around the second generation Intel Core i5 processor, Intel has launched an action-adventure video titled “The Chase.” For all its worth, Intel’s second generation 2011 series of processors are a notch above anything we have seen in the past couple of years and this video ad demonstrates the capabilities in 2 minutes flat. The spot demonstrates […]


Free Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 Promo

Free Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 Promo

We don’t normally write about Kaspersky free promo codes as they hardly ever work, but this one seems to be working fine enough to post here. Having said that, we are not sure for how long this will work, so grab it while it lasts. This promo code is for Kaspersky Internet Security 2011, a hugely popular and much recommended […]


The Google Deception

Guest post by anonymous “Don’t be evil” says Google, information and services should be free. People should watch videos for free. We’ll make a free browser, free operating system, free picture viewer, free search free free free stuff. (applause) – How about free Google Ads? Google is a great company and I love it. It’s just that there are some […]


CES 2011 – Faster Technology & Better Media Connectivity enable ‘Enhanced Networking’

It was predicted that in this year’s CES 2011 the tip of the iceberg was networking and it was also said that electronic gadgets and devices will have more built-in networking capabilities than computers. The main theme of the networking vendors at CES 2011 was ‘Home is where the Network is’. This should not come as a surprise because since […]


Avatar Kinect can be the Future of Meetups

Microsoft’s keynote at CES 2011 might have been rather unexciting for many, as none of the rumored stuff like Windows 8 demo or Windows 7 tablet was announced. But one thing which did raise some eyeballs was the new Avatar Kinect for Xbox 360! What is Avatar Kinect? Avatar Kinect is a value-added feature for Xbox Live Gold subscribers that […]


Mac App Store Cracked & Apps Get Pirated

“Mac is Secured” seems to be a thing of the past as the newly released Mac App Store gets hacked and cracked, all within 24 hours of the release. Apple had included the much awaited Mac App store along with OS X 10.6.6 release. The app store is aimed at benefiting users by enabling them to search and download all […]


5 Geeky Things to Lookout for in 2011

5 Geeky Things to Lookout for in 2011

A fantastic year is about to end, and we joyously embrace a new dawn. I wish all our readers a very Happy New Year! Though this year may end, it was an year full of innovation, ideas coming to life and technology taking new strides. But the coming year is expected to be full of surprises. There are a few […]


Google’s Educational Edition for Schools

Google is in discussion with architects of educational software. This will facilitate the construction of a marketplace for online learning programs, a business whose worth may draw near $5 billion. Google Apps Education Edition is an expansive IT elucidation that schools can apply to get communication and collaboration apparatus to the entire educational society, free of cost. Google administers all […]


The Cloud Revolution – All About it !!

To wonder why cloud computing revolution is occurring today, is something of circumlocution. A comprehensive definition of cloud computing, fundamentally gets associated with a broad swath of the major advances happening, in how IT is functioned and distributed at present. Internet- based computing where servers provide resources, software and data to computers and other devices on demand is known as […]


Net Neutrality Approved by FCC

The highly controversial Net Neutrality rules have been passed by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) which prohibits broadband providers from blocking customer access to legal Web content. But the actual verdict is far different from what the backers of the idea thought they’d be getting. The net neutrality regulations ban content blocking and require transparency from ISPs such as […]