Serving Houston since 1989

We pride ourselves on our keen ability to accurately diagnose and repair computer and home electronis problems. Whether you are having issues with spyware, malware, virus, hardware, network or any other issues, our courteous professional technicians can fix the problem usually within hours. We warranty our work and do not require any contracts or travel charges. We take pride in our service and are truly customer service minded. Our goal is to become your go-to service provider for any home entertainment problems you need solved. Please view our testimonials page to see what our long standing customers say about us, and feel free to leave your comments as well. Our staff can also assist with setting up home theaters, or training you on any computer or home electronics. We also diagnose and repair most WiFi issues .

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  • Ryzen boosts AMD profits, as mobile chips promise further growth

    Revenues in AMD’s computing and graphics segment nearly doubled compared to a year ago, paving the way for even more growth as AMD’s mobile Ryzen chips begin taking the field.

    AMD, which has struggled to achieve profits for most of the last decade or so, reported a $114 million increase in net income to $81 million during the first calendar quarter of 2018. The company also posted a sizeable 40 percent increase in revenue to $1.65 billion. AMD even confidently predicted revenues for the next quarter would be about $1.725 billion, which would represent an increase of another 50 percent.

    AMD’s numbers represent the success of both the company’s Ryzen and Vega-based GPUs, while the outlook reflects expectations for the recently announced Ryzen 2 CPUs and notebook chips. Processor sales were “significantly better than seasonality,” chief executive Lisa Su told analysts in a Wednesday afternoon conference call. 

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  • Best smart bulbs for your connected home
    Today’s smart bulbs are brighter and easier to control than ever, but choosing the right one for your environment remains a challenge.
  • Intel 8th-gen motherboards explained: Z370 vs. H370 vs. B360 vs. H310

    Selecting the best Intel 300-series motherboard to fit your needs was straightforward when the initial wave of 8th-gen Core desktop processors launched in October 2017, because only the enthusiast-class Z370 chipset released alongside the new chips. That was enough to help the flagship Core i7-8700K CPU counter AMD’s Ryzen threat at the high end, but left PC users looking for more affordable options in a pickle. Buying a $100 Core i3 chip doesn’t make much sense when you’re forced to slap it in a $130, high-end motherboard, especially with AMD offering a full arsenal of Ryzen motherboards at all price points.

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New Google Wifi spotted at the FCC

We only looked at the first iteration of Google Wifi, the company’s mesh networking set-up, a few months ago and already it looks like version two is in the works. A Google filing recently spotted at the FCC describes a new dual-band router, possibly an update to the company’s Google Wifi.
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Testimonials

Peter
10.02.16
Thanks for sending Dan our way.

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Tom F.
09.13.15
"Geeks Houston provided me with wonderful service. They arranged to have our computer replaced under standard factory warranty. They had made … read more
Rubye Triplett
03.25.15
I had a new computer in my office and needed some assistance with the set up. Dan arrived promptly at the requested time, and completed the required … read more
J.J.
11.14.15
I have been using Geeks Houston for computer training for over a couple of months now. They know a lot about computers. I have used two different … read more
Jeff
11.30.-1
We had a neighbor try to help us with our computer. He said he new what he was doing and he then installed Windows onto my existing Windows. When he … read more
Colleen
03.05.16
I received a new computer for Christmas. We had David come out to hook everything up and transfer material from my old computer to the new one. He … read more
Debbie W.
01.10.17
We called Geeks Houston with what we thought was a simple issue. Our agent, Dan was able to remotely connect to my computer diagnose it as a malware … read more
Roberta Stanwood
02.20.16
I love the website. Thank you Geeks Houston!
Terri
08.12.14
I have used David to repair all of our home computers for the past several years. His professionalism and personal service exceeds all others. He has … read more
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