Think the Kinect is cool? For $70 Leap will bring Minority Report style computing to your desktop. Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows 8. The Free Antivirus we use at home. Can't get a ticket to The Dark Knight? Here are five Batman movies you can watch at home! And built to MIL-STD 810G, Mophie's Juice Pack Pro packs a 2500 mA battery into an armored iPhone case. And more!
Built to MIL-STD 810G, Mophie's Juice Pack Pro packs a 2500 mA battery into an armored iPhone case. Look! You made a Cinemagraph! Think the Kinect is cool? For $70 Leap will bring Minority Report style computing to your desktop. Windows 8 Shortcut Link. The Free Antivius we use at home. Can't get a ticket to The Dark Knight? Here's five Batman movies you can watch at home!
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We finally received our Rasberry Pi in the mail! This tiny ARM board can be programmed to become a Home Theater PC or tons of other useful setups! We'll delve into the board next week, but it's great to finally get our hands on this elusive device.
Robert has been having lots of fun with Mars Rover Landing, a free game released by Microsoft Studios in partnership with NASA. Experience the "seven minutes of terror" landing sequence that NASA will execute with the new Curiosity Mars rover.
We mentioned a great list for Windows 8 shortcuts a few episodes back. Well here's the link!
Putting on the Mophie Juice Pack PRO case is like surrounding your phone with armor. Not only is it built to MIL-STD 810G specs, but it also has a 2500mAh battery inside. Check out the segment for Patrick's review.
A few weeks ago we talked about the Philips L-Prize winning A19 light bulb. It's great...but pretty expensive at $50 a bulb. Tony wrote in after he saw another LED bulb for half the price. We discuss the differences between the two and give a good 100W replacement recommendation.
Updating firmware can be a little scary...there is the possibility of bricking your brand new HDTV. Should you upgrade the internal software on your home theater devices? Watch the segment to find out.
The ColorHug is an open-source colorimeter that runs off of a Linux LiveCD. What are the results for this sub-$100 device? Pretty darn good! Check out the segment to see the ColorHug in action.
The Dark Knight Rises opens tonight, so we decided to look back at our favorite Batman-related movies or TV series. Oh yeah...we've got some Adam West and Tim Burton on our list. See our rundown of great Dark Knight content that you might have forgotten.
@chinbeard sent us a great cinemagraph that he made after watching our tutorial segment last episode. We want to see your cinemagraphs too! Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we might feature it on the show!
Rick wants to know if paid antivirus programs are still necessary these days. We give our recommendation on free software that will protect your computer without worrying about nag windows.