The threat to computer users has been rising in recent years and we’re now at the point where the different dangers all have their own names. But, many of us don’t really know the differences between them all. To make it all seem a little less scary and a lot more understandable, we’re giving you […]
There had been big calls from industry experts around the iPhone 5, with even bigger concept images of reportedly ‘leaked’ but technologically impossible features, like holographic interfaces and overly super slim design. So now the iPhone 5 has launched, which changes have been for the best? Or the worst?
Choosing passwords can be tricky business. You want something that’s easy to remember, but complicated enough that somebody couldn’t guess it. There’s a few tips and tricks you can use to help you keep your files and emails password protected. It’s prudent to choose a password that meets a few criteria that we’ll go through […]
One of the joys of getting new technology is the diminishing need for cords and wires. Wireless technologies are all based on the same idea, with a few small differences. Information is relayed wirelessly using from one point to another using various types of signals. Some communicate over large distances, while others over small distances. […]
We only tend to call a computer technician when things go wrong, so why should we get our computer serviced regularly even when nothing is wrong? We need to maintain our computer regularly for a number of reasons, but the main ones are: getting the most from technology, protecting our personal information and protecting your […]
For the second year running SuperGeek Springwood/Kuraby are a finalist in the Quest Business Achiever Awards. We’d love to send out a big thank you to all our loyal customers who nominated and voted for us this year. We couldn’t get here without you all! SuperGeek Springwood/Kuraby will now go through a tough judging process […]
Well another year has gone by and SuperGeek once again had an amazing time at the Logan Live and Local Expo this year. The expo went over a four day period with the public days being Friday and Saturday. Have a look at where we parked this year!
Join Peta as she searches to discover the meaning of the foreign codes on her map…and then join us at the Logan Live and Local Expo! The Logan Live and Local Expo will be held from the 21st to the 24th of March, at the Logan Metro Indoor Sports Centre, 357 Brown Plains Road, Crestmead. This not […]
SuperGeek is proud to announce our attendance at South East Queensland’s biggest business expo! The Logan Live and Local Expo will be held from the 21st to the 24th of March (2012), at the Logan Metro Indoor Sports Centre, 357 Brown Plains Road Crestmead. Following its success in the past two years, the forum has […]
Thanks to Brian and Trisha Gleeson, of SuperGeek Redlands for these photos at their Redfest event a couple weeks back.
SuperGeek sure does love his morning coffee. Every now and again, his favourite barista will create an awesome bit of artwork from the froth in his latte. Some of his favourites are below. SuperGeek is thinking of requesting some artwork for his next coffee – do you have any suggestions?
In the coming days we’ll be able to announce some exciting news regarding SuperGeek and the Gold Coast Show. Until then, enjoy a few pictures from yesterday afternoon’s geek train, taken by Stafford’s SuperGeek Geoffrey McGrath.
Meet one of our local supporters, Ali. Ali owns the 7 Eleven Beenleigh fuel & convenience store on the road from Edens Landing. Ali is a retired Captain of the Pakistan Army, and is working hard to build his business. Thanks to David Pellowe from SuperGeek Beenleigh for this blog.
Wiz Kidz Sportz opened in 2010 at the Camellia Ave Shopping Centre, Everton Hills. Owned and operated by Craig Moffatt, a retired Police Officer, Wiz Kidz Sportz has boggled the minds of many boys and girls, along with the occasional Geek, with the wonders of his wares. A shop that would bring out the child […]