Category : Cloud Computing

Disposable Email Address Generators

Disposable Email Address Generators

At one time or another we’ve all had that feeling of dread or even felt suckered because of an online registration form that requires an email address to access some form of content.  Maybe it was information we sought or maybe the website promised you a free item or access to exclusive content.  The catch?  […]

Check the Weather with Google Maps

Check the Weather with Google Maps

Ever wish you could know the weather conditions at your destination before you arrive?  Well now you can with Google Maps.  The Google Maps weather feature shows real time weather conditions as well as an extended forecast. Activate Weather on Google Maps To turn on weather conditions with Google Maps, follow these simple steps: Navigate […]

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How To Get Your Old Computer Running Like New Again

How To Get Your Old Computer Running Like New Again

Wouldn’t it be nice to get your old computer into ship shape form and running fast like it used to? Well in many cases you can. Of course you could try to put some money aside and buy a new computer later, but with wallets strapped and this volatile economy, it’s hard to save for […]

GeekITDown Blog Published On Kindle

GeekITDown Blog Published On Kindle

We love offering our visitors multiple options for finding and reading our content. With that in mind, we are proud to announce that the GeekITDown Blog is now published on the Kindle. Each and every article is available for viewing once the blog is added to your Kindle device. With the Kindle we can reach […]

5 years, 7 months ago Comments Off on GeekITDown Blog Published On Kindle
Spotify Review

Spotify Review

Spotify is the newest invasion from Europe and with it comes the promise of unlimited streaming music for free. Spotify is currently in an invite only release state and there’s no specific indication on when it will emerge from invite only. You can claim an invite at Spotify.com. We’re going to look at the Spotify […]

Apple Announces iCloud

iCloud Apple announced iCloud at E3 2011, an online storage option for all your data. iCloud replaces MobileMe and will be free with iOS5. iCloud rolls out with 5GB of free storage (music, books, apps and Photo Stream don’t count against the free storage). Syncing is completely automatic, no manual syncing required. Could be up to […]