Category Archives: Announcements

This category contains all TechGeec announcements.

We’re Back!

Welcome to the revived and redesigned! has officially been on an extended hiatus since March 15, 2011 and we are ecstatic to announce the awakening of the site to roll in the new year.

Many changes have taken effect including an updated back-end for faster load times as well as a completely renovated visage. In addition, the purpose of TechGeec has changed. We previously posted as many articles as possible relating to jailbreaking, Apple news, relative technology news, and reviews. The current purpose is to act as a hub for our YouTube channel. Furthermore, any technology news that we feel our readers will benefit from will make their way to the homepage in the form of standard text articles.

Due to the change in operation, subscribers of the TechGeec YouTube channel may not feel the need to check the site for new content. As understandable as this notion may first appear, it’s awry. It would in fact be advantageous to check for new content or subscribe to the RSS feed as YouTube consistently has bugs resulting in some content not making it’s way to subscribers’ subscription box. And as previously stated, some traditional news articles will be published if their content is not suitable for a video.

Lastly, with the launch of the new website we are also excited to unveil the TechGeec Facebook fan page. Be sure to like the page to be notified when news and updates are published.

With all of that said, I would like to thank our past followers for sticking with us during the break and we hope that our new followers will stick with us for the future. If you have any questions, comments, or feedback we would love to hear them in the comments below.


David Rocklin
TechGeec Founder

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DigiDNA Exclusive Coupon Code – 30% OFF

DigiDNA, the makers of DiskAid, have given an exclusive coupon code for 30% off your purchase from To use the coupon, simply download DiskAid from

Our YouTube channel has a video tutorial on transferring music from your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to your computer using DiskAid. Give it a watch below and let us know what you think about DiskAid in the comments below. Happy transferring!