Category : Editorials

Top Tech Picks [2013]

Standing out in a crowded tech world is tough. Even tougher when it seems every corner of every market has a dozen or more options. So when we look back at 2013 it’s not about winners and losers, but rather what has kept people’s interest whether it be water cooler talk, innovation or downright buzz. […]

3 years, 7 months ago Comments Off on Top Tech Picks [2013]
Join Us For Small Business Saturday, November 24, 2012

Join Us For Small Business Saturday, November 24, 2012

Support your favorite small business! This November 24th is Small Business Saturday®, a day to celebrate and support the local small businesses that boost the economy and invigorate neighborhoods across the country. GeekITDown is proud to take part in Small Business Saturday, and we’re encouraging everyone to Shop Small® here on November 24th. Plus, we’re […]

4 years, 9 months ago Comments Off on Join Us For Small Business Saturday, November 24, 2012
Announcing New GeekITDown Cloud Services

Announcing New GeekITDown Cloud Services

We’re proud to announce a new line of GeekITDown services focused on the cloud! We’ve long been proponents of cloud solutions and continue to review cloud offerings across the web. Now, we’re expanding our already established brand of Computer Services to Cloud Consulting and Cloud Broker Services. Through these new cloud services, we can offer […]

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Firefox's Message Uses 'What's Old Is New Again' Thinking

Firefox’s Message Uses ‘What’s Old Is New Again’ Thinking

In the midst of the release of Firefox 9, the final release for 2011, Mozilla is taking their message back to its roots and trying to drum up those good feelings of the past from its users. Firefox’s Message The Firefox 9 video is a little cheesy with all the happy thoughts and moral high […]

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Get Featured In The Nifty Websites Collection

Get Featured In The Nifty Websites Collection

GeekITDown is quickly becoming one of the more trusted online resources for how-to’s, news, technology reviews and tool recommendations. Our blog continues to grow and generate traffic with an increase in unique visitors of more than 22% over the last six months and an increase of 20% over the past month alone. If you’re looking […]

End Of The PC Era?

End Of The PC Era?

Recent events and technology advances have placed great pressure on the PC industry. The ever growing presence of iPads and other tablets have meant diminishing PC sales. While the industry itself battles with tablets for market share there comes news from HP, the number one retailer in the world of PCs, that they no longer […]

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 […]

6 years ago Comments Off on GeekITDown Blog Published On Kindle

GeekITDown Blog Redesign

As you can see we’ve given the GeekITDown Blog a new look.  Rest assured all the great content remains intact and available for viewing, but with, in our opinion, a more pleasing look and feel. The most noticeable change is the articles slide-show.  This is a fantastic feature for allowing viewers to examine multiple story […]

6 years, 1 month ago Comments Off on GeekITDown Blog Redesign

Internet Identity Plan: Right or Wrong?

The federal government is contemplating a move towards an online identity plan based on the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC). You can read the entire Ars Technica article to see just how the plan might work. The Basis The basis for such a plan points to endless logins and passwords for seemingly […]

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