Tech Informer

Monday, June 29, 2009

New Guide on how to get free Xbox live!

Rewards is a freebie website that gives away free prizes like Xbox Live Codes, xbox360 games/codes, laptops, iphone, ipads, etc... All you need to do to receive a gift is sign up for free, complete offers yourself, earn points (refer friends to do the same for more points) then exchange them for gifts. Rewards1 is paid commision for each offer completed by you and they use that money to pay for your Free Xbox Live Code.

Its completely FREE but you must be at least 13 years old. Once you have filled out your information, you will recieve a confirmation mail to validate you email address. Once its done, you can log in and start to complete offers. Click the button below for a guide on how to complete offers

They have a large collection of simple (1~10 minutes) free offers and surveys for you to fill out. Your can choose whichever ones you feel like doing. When its done, Rewards1 pays you in points as result. As you complete offers you accumulate points and are well on your way to your Free Xbox Live Code!

Don't forget to check out the coin offers under the earn tab to get points for watching videos,liking facebook pages, registering for free online games ect.


 Exchange your points for a Free 3 month Xbox Live Card on Rewards and enjoy it !!

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Cool Tee Shirts

Ive recently stumbled across this cool site called T-Shirt Hell.

They sell funny, crude, and outrageous Tee Shirts.

Ive ordered a few myself and just wanted to share the site

The link is and ive also placed a banner on the right of the page.


Friday, February 13, 2009

Ok so many of you may or may not have herd of the company TRANSCENDENT INNOVATIONS.

They have a variety of websites that allow you to get Free Things inluding Xbox 360's, Ipods, Laptops, Paypal, and more. Well I am doing there newst site

All you have to do is Sign up by Clicking Here

Then to obtain your prize just do a simple trial offer like Netflix, Emusic, Gamefly, ect. Just complete ONE trial offer to be eligible for your prize

Then just refer your friends to do the same and your free prize will be at your door in no time!!!

Thursday, January 29, 2009

PIKAGame- Play games, earn cool prizes

There is this new site called PIKAGame. This site allows you to play flash games like those on Miniclips and Addicting Games, and get free prizes for doing so. Prizes range from T shirts and gift cards to Ipod nanos and Playstation 3's!!!

So what are you waiting for, head on over to and sign up!

Or just Click Here

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Just got my FREE 750GB External HD

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Hello readers,

Just Wanted to let you all know i just ordered my 750GB external HD 100% free from Amazon. How did I do this you ask? I did it with the help of Rewards1. All I did was sign up to the site and complete surveys. For every survey you do you earn points. 1 point is equal to one dollar. With my points I ordered an Gift Card which i used to get my HD.

Just wanted to say thanks again to Rewards1.

If you would like to sign up just click below.

Sign Up

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Top 10 Games of 2008

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The Grand Theft Auto series has become not just a video game phenomenon, but a cultural one as well. With GTA IV, Rockstar Games showed that not only can GTA be fun to play, but it can tell a captivating story in the process

2. Gears Of War 2

The follow-up to the 2006 blockbuster shooter features more weapons, new enemies, and plenty of gore. This time around, the battle to rid an alien race from Earth sends Marcus Fenix and Delta Squad underground to destroy the enemy from within. Not only is Gears of War 2 an intense roller coaster of nonstop action, it is arguably the best-looking game out there

3. Mario Kart Wii

Mario Kart Wii is easily the best Nintendo Wii game of 2008. Classic Mario Kart features combined with a modern overhaul saw great graphics, addictive gameplay, and for the first time ever on a console, online multiplayer

4. Little Big Planet

Little Big Planet is a unique look at platform gaming, allowing the user to create levels and share them over the PlayStation Network. Impressive visuals and adorable "sackboy" characters allowed Little Big Planet to find its way into the hearts of gamers of all ages.

5. Professor Layton And The Curious Village

A DS title great for all ages, Professor Layton provides hours of unique puzzles to solve, all while telling the story of a murder in a strange fiction town. Inventive use of the touch screen and tons of replay value make this DS title of one the year's best

6. God Of War- Chains Of Olympus

Arguably the most impressive technical achievement on the PSP, Chains of Olympus somehow packed an enormous action title into a handheld experience. Great graphics and superb level design make this the best PSP game of 2008

7. Dead Space

Easily the most terrifying game of 2008, Dead Space puts you on a spaceship that is inhabited by a demonic alien race. It's up to you to figure out what has happened to the hundreds of crew members as you try and survive yourself. This is one game you won't want to play with the lights off.

8. Resistance 2

The sequel to the hit PlayStation 3 launch title, Resistance 2 continues the historical fiction story of an alternate World War II scenario in which Earth is invaded by an alien race known as the Chimera. Resistance 2 is a huge jump in graphics and performance from the original--everything a great sequel should be.

9. Fallout 3

The highly anticipated role-playing-game Fallout 3 has finally been released and it certainly does not disappoint. You play a resident of Vault 101 who must venture out into a post-apocalyptic Washington D.C. in search of your father. The game's open-world design is sure to keep anyone busy for months

10. Metal Gear Solid 4

Metal Gear Solid 4 finishes the legendary franchise of stealth action games with the most ambitious combination of storytelling and gameplay to date. With literally hours of cutscenes and cinematics, you've never experienced anything like it in the world of video games.

By: Jeff Bakalar