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We talk Google Plus, 1080p vs. 720p, Windows Phone 7 and the LastPass hack response. Jason Cross from PCWorld reviews new Llano and Bulldozer CPUs from AMD. When should I upgrade my graphics card? Why does Tekzilla look different? And more!
Today on Tekzilla, we talk Google Plus, 1080p vs. 720p, Windows Phone 7 and the LastPass hack response. Also, Jason Cross from PCWorld reviews new Llano and Bulldozer CPUs from AMD.
When should you upgrade your graphics card? Why does Tekzilla look different...? More questions and our favorite new Blu-ray releases for July 5th, 2011!
Google launched the latest social network: Google Plus, and it looks promising! Angry Birds finally made its way to Windows Phone 7, and Apple has responded to its critics with a FAQ for Final Cut Pro X. It was a big week for hackers, with Sosasta, several military journals, Tumblr, and Simon Pegg, all becoming the victims of hack attacks. Watch the video for details and tips on how to protect your own accounts online.
Are Windows Phones 7 good enough to ditch your iPhone? Watch the video for our advice.
Looking for a cheap place to buy a switch? Whether it's an Ethernet switch or an HDMI switch, we've got you covered! Find out where you can find 'em by watching the video.
How often do you need to upgrade your graphics card? Watch the video to find out if it'll last you the life of your PC, or if you need a new one as soon as it comes out.
If your TV's remote says "universal" on it, how can you get it to work with your other gadgets? Watch the video for tips on finding one remote to control them all.
You might have noticed a bit of a change with Tekzilla's production style. Watch the video to find out why, and what it means for the future.
Can't figure out the difference between active 3D and passive 3D? Watch the video to find out which is the superior tech.
Is it worth the extra cost to get a 1080p HDTV instead of a 720p? Watch the video for tips on when it's worth it to double those pixels.
Since LastPass was potentially compromised recently, is it still a safe option for password management? Watch the video for our thoughts and how to keep your credentials secure.
Find yourself falling out of the loop when it comes to the latest tech news? We have a few simple options for you: watch Tekzilla, and follow some of the awesome tech blogs and forums out there. Watch the video to find out which are our favorites.
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about 13 hours ago
RT @Richalvarez: New Video! Here's Part 3 of our Super Mario 64 Let's Play! This time, we invited Matt to join us! Enjoy! http://t.co/JZPrR…
5 Cool Things From Google I/O! Windows Upgrade: ReadyBoost Or SSD? Maker Faire Preview: $300 3d Printer? http://t.co/dXW0pfD3SB
@MartyPG13 Sorry, there's a bit of delay for the full episode. One of the YouTube clips is up though! http://t.co/VxxosS9WlE
9 days ago
We spoke to Engadget's @Tim_Stevens about wearing Google Glass in the streets of New York, his review of it and more: http://t.co/dsNMtwtJ28
9 days ago
@acarboni @kirkhamilton @Veronica Then you better not watch this video of the WHOLE THING HAPPENING, Anthony: http://t.co/gB45brpgph
12 days ago
Ever wonder what the set looks like from @patricknorton's perspective? Here's your answer, plus a friendly @Veronica! http://t.co/ttvelytiMa