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Sony’s E3 2014 Game Announcements

Sony held their E3 press conference to show off some of the games that are releasing on PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4. Some are new games, some are new iterations of existing games and some are exclusives. Without further ado, here is a comprehensive list of all the Games that Sony announced at E3 along with release dates. Destiny -available September 9th for PlayStation 4(PS4) with an alpha available Thursday and a beta available 17th July White PlayStation 4 with Destiny on 9th September Entwined – Available right now for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita The Order 1886 – available 20th Februrary 2015 only on PS4 Bloodborne – Only for PS4 LittleBigPlanet 3 – November 2014 for PS4 Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End – only on PS4 Ratchet and Clank – available first half of 2015 on PS4 inFAMOUS: First Light – coming to PS4 in...

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IOGear Wireless 5×2 HD Matrix Send Video to Different TVs – CES 2013

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSWhile at CES, IOGear showed off the wireless 5×2 HD matrix. This allows you to connect up to 5 devices – 4 inputs and one output. Additionally, a USB connection allows you to connect a wireless keyboard. You can then control a PS3 or laptop connected to the system. What IOGear 5×2 Matrix does is it lets you have all your Set top Boxes in one place. You can push those devices to a living room TV, bedroom TV, basement or other area with a monitor. A two TV setup will run you $399. Matrix 5×2 will be available at the end of March. [cessponsor] Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central for the TechPodcast Network

Why Blockbuster doesn’t Get It. Get on Roku, Boxee, iPad, Kiosks! 1

Why Blockbuster doesn’t Get It. Get on Roku, Boxee, iPad, Kiosks!

Yesterday I read that More Blockbuster stores are closing. Blockbuster is falling – with a losing 2010 and not a very great first half of 2011. Yet Netflix and Redbox seem to be doing pretty well. I don’t get it – Doesn’t Blockbuster see the writings on the wall? More important, why are they not on a platforms that work, like Roku or Boxee? I remember when Blockbuster gobbled up local retailer Doorstep Video (they actually delivered movies like pizza), then Video Station. A little company from Texas really put the screws to local video retailers. If you wanted a video, pull that Blockbuster card out of your back pocket. But the movie environment changed. I also remember 2002, I had a Netflix membership for 6 months. Their disk system was horrible – when I did get a new DVD, 2/3 of the time the disk skipped or...

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SnakeByte Gaming Remotes for Wii, PS3

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSMitch Perliss joins Esby and Jeff for the TPN Live CES converage. He is with SnakeByte – a company that sells extras for gaming. Dealing with Wii and PS3, they have multiple joysticks and more. They are going to be the first 3rd party company with a Wii Controller. The company also has other controllers and a bathroom scale that also connects to the systems. Interview by Esbjorn Larsen TPN CES 2011 Live Coverage Sponsors: Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks to Luxor for sponsoring

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Hulu Plus on Roku

Roku officially launched the Hulu Plus application. Sad news is you can only get Hulu on Roku if you pay $7.99 and that doesn’t limit the amount of commercials. Nonetheless, we are one step closer in cutting the proverbial cable cord. The service will hit other boxes like PS3 and XBox360 soon. “We are excited to bring Hulu Plus to all Roku users,” said Pete Distad, VP of Content Distribution for Hulu. “With Hulu Plus on Roku, TV fans will have an easy way to streamto their TVs the shows they love, whenever they want.” The $7.99 price change has given Netflix a run for their money. With a less than 24 hour turnaround for NBC, ABC and FOX content, you can definitely watch the shows when you want. On the other hand, Netflix doesn’t put commercials in movies and TV. The content is uncut and gives you...

The WavIT from ThinkOptics Turns Your iPod, iPhone Into a Fully Functional Remote Control – CES 2010 0

The WavIT from ThinkOptics Turns Your iPod, iPhone Into a Fully Functional Remote Control – CES 2010

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Editors Note: I would love to point to the website right now of ThinkOptics and the Wavit, but for the last few days it’s been reporting a trojan on the site. Therefore, no links will be given at this time. When I scanned through North Hall, I found a lot of cool new products out there. This one was the most impressive. Not only could it turn your iPod or iPhone into a presentation remote, it could also turn it into a fully functional remote control. The device is called WavIT from ThinkOptics. They have made presentation devices before, but this one you can plug your Apple device in and use it as a presentation device. Use the pointer, draw on the screen or flip through a Powerpoint. But the more impressive item was it could turn into a fully...

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LIVE SHOW 6-09-08

Tonights’ live show consisted of the WWDC and iPhone 2.0 announcement. We also talked about other tech events, and the fact there was no other products debuted at the keynote this morning. I also recorded from the Dungeon for the first time, and the ustream PC didn’t want to cooperate. We did the show nonetheless and it turned out great! Hour 1: Hour 2

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Episode 36 6-04-2008

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSShould it be a Shorter Show? Sound and Sony Acid – I Love Lavasoft Ad Aware – Video back up – CrossLoop – New Widgets – Need Marketing On this day: DRAM Patent (68), ATM(73),kahn(82),Nec & Pacard Bell Merge(96) Try GoToMeeting free for 30 days – No CC needed: GoToMeeting.com/techpodcasts. Buy an iMac – Apple.geekazine.com Hotline – 608-205-4378 – geekazine (at) gmail.com Download the show Subscribe: Zune – iTunes – TechPodcasts – Blubrry

It’s the End of the DVD As We Know It (and I Feel Fine) 0

It’s the End of the DVD As We Know It (and I Feel Fine)

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThat’s great, it started with video tapes, movies in the home at 8, Lenny Bruce is still not afraid. I remember when we got our first VCR. It was a Betamax and we had some of the coolest movies. Of course, the Beta went the way of the do do bird. Then it was VHS. Come and almost gone. Now it’s the DVDs turn. Earlier in the year the big question was “Who was going to replace DVD’s: HD DVD or Blu-Ray?” Now we know that answer – but does it matter? Blu-Ray players really haven’t been selling like hotcakes and if you have one, you know that it’s not the fastest thing on the planet. The ultimate irony is that Sony owned Beta and lost to VHS. Now Sony won with Blu-Ray, but will...

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Live Show 4/28/08

Lots of great info in this LIVE SHOW – -We talked with Earl Thibert – a fellow ustreamer and first Handicap Lifestreamer http://www.ustream.tv/channel/earl-thibert-live – Earl asked a question about Sleep Mode on a computer – Video Cards – XP SP3 – PC Anywhere – Garage Salein – Linux 8.04 – Twitter vs. Pownce – PS3 and Grand Theft Auto 4 Hour 1 Hour 2  

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Episode 23 3-05-08

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSNew computer with ustream – Brett Farve and Jeff Healey – Fish Tank issues – PS3 – iPod/Zune Giveaway extended. Call the Hotline – 608-205-4378 email -geekazine (at) gmail.com Skype: Geekazine Download the show– Subscribe via Zune – Subscribe via iTunes Proud Member of techpodcasts. Visit www.techpodcasts.com. On this Day: 1995 – Free Internet Chess Server brought Online Part I

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Episode 21 2-20-08

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSWeather, AGAIN! – Next week on System Showdown – Appx 70 listeners 507 in Feb! – New Phone Number! – 5 min show Mondays: This Week in Tech. Twitter – http://twitter.com/geekazine MySpace – http://myspace.com/geekazine Pownce – http://www.pownce.com/geekazine ustream – http://ustream.tv/channel/geekazine Call the Hotline – 608-205-4378 email -geekazine (at) gmail.com  Skype: Geekazine Download the show

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Episode 18 1-30-08

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSDay off from Computer – Live on uStream – Colder Weather Twitter – http://twitter.com/geekazine MySpace – http://myspace.com/geekazine Pownce – http://www.pownce.com/geekazine ustream – http://www.ustream.tv/geekazine-video-show Call the Hotline – 608-807-4379 email -geekazine (at) gmail.com Download the show ALERT: If you have any Spyware software fromTHIS LIST – Remove it! Downloaders Can Stay Private – ABCNews Firefox up 20% – Ars Technica Macbook Air Shipping Feb 1 – AppleInsider Asterisk Open-Source PBX – Computerworld Ciscos 15 TB – Forbes Ebay Lowers Fees, Tightens Belt – InfoWorld Lego is 50 – Boing Boing PC Games Dying? – ExtremeTech PS3 replacing 80GB model? – Geek U2 Wants to end Piracy – BBC 30 Second Promo – Caffination Podcast YouTube = Traffic Ticket – PCWorld Man Arrested in eBay Sale – Reuters Digg Triples Registered Users in a Year – TechCrunch Highlight Dumb Criminals – TechDirt A Law...

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Episode 14 1-02-08

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSNew Years Activities – Computer issues – Bowl Games – WordPress Twitter – http://twitter.com/geekazine MySpace – http://myspace.com/geekazine Sponsored by Rhapsody.com. Get your 14 day free trial by selecting this link. Sponsored by Buy.com Get $10 off $200 in our Computer store Download the show (MP3) Year End Stats – PCWorld Home Server Issues – Computerworld iPhone 1.1.3 – Gizmodo Online Spending at 28 Billion – MacWorld Seniors Choose Wii – DallasNews 1 in 6 PC’s Infected – Internetnews PS3 with HDTV – Joystiq On the Geek: WalMart Dumps Movie Download FootMouse What Would Fix Windows Mobile Patent on Monitoring Employees Brains – TechDirt 5 Most Annoying Programs on PC – DownloadSquad Transform Windows into… – Makeuseof 100 Years of Tech NYE Ball – Gizmodo Battery Check on Flights – Ars Technica Australia Plans Tough Web Rules – BBC 2007 Scorecard – InfoWorld...

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2007 – the Retrospect

Everyone puts them out; the best – and worst – of 2007, all in one article. And Geekazine is no different. However, we’re taking a slightly different approach. It’s more of a look back to see what has happened in the last year and maybe some hints for what should be done in 2008. Gets you wondering what items you lived without a year ago and what you can’t live without today. So without further ado…. Let’s start with the beginning of the year. It was good. PS3 came out in the console wars, and it was predicted that it will win out of the 3 game systems. That still has to happen. SSD was introduced at CES, and it was tech that is long overdue. The static drives can reduce heat, battery consumption and wait times loading the machine. The technology is slowly coming down to earth...

Episode#8 11-21-07 0

Episode#8 11-21-07

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThis week we talk about tons of stuff you can give your geek for the holidays. Also, looking for people to help write and link sites. 608-807-4379 – [email protected] Sponsored by Rhapsody.com. Get your 14 day free trial by selecting this link. Fake Online Friend leads to Girls’ Suicide – CNN 1/2 Million Databases have no Firewall – Network World Firefox 3.0 leaves in over 700 bugs – AppScout First Look at Firefox Beta 1 – ars Technica Vodaphone Gets Restraining Order on TMobile iPhone – CNNMoney On Geek.com PayPal Secure Card AT&T Offers First Napster Phone Patent Lawsuit for SMS messaging 2007 Holiday Gift Guide Ron Paul Collects $4Million Over Internet – LinuxInsider The Whole Internet on this Page – Wordtothewise AMD Spider – Cnet Commodore XX – Lockergnome Sony Slashes PS3 Dev Kit Price – Engadget Don’t want to buy a PS3 for Guitar Hero?...