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Six strikes and you're out? Just what does the new Copyright Alert System mean to you? Don needs a USB battery pack to keep his phone going on long hikes. Where can I buy legal copies of Windows to use with OS X Boot Camp?The SpaceTop 3-D Desktop let's you "reach inside" your PC... and the Leap Motion has a ship date. No S-video on your new HDTV? We've got analog to HDMI converter reccos! Schindler's List is one gorgeous Blu-ray.
Six strikes and you're out? Just what does the new Copyright Alert System mean to you? Don needs a USB battery pack to keep his phone going on long hikes. Can I get Pay Per View on my CableCARD HTPC? Where can I buy legal copies of Windows to use with OS X Boot Camp?The SpaceTop 3-D Desktop let's you "reach inside" your PC... and the Leap Motion has a ship date. No S-video on your new HDTV? We've got analog to HDMI converter reccos! Schindler's List is one gorgeous Blu-ray.
Wired wrote up an article on a great new device called the SpaceTop that delivers 3D userspace interaction. This thing looks pretty awesome and brings us that much closer to Minority Report style interfaces...but it still remains to be seen if something like this or the Leap Motion will be useful for PC interaction.
Don needs a portable charger for his cellphone while trekking. Pat shows off the Energizer XP18000 that he loves and Robert showcases the compact Burro battery packs. Also take a look at Eton's hand crank models that are especially good for emergency situations.
ali10163 on YouTube wants to know if it's possible to get on-demand channels with an HTPC. Watch the segment for the full explanation, but on-demand/pay per view...probably not. But premium channels like HBO or Showtime are possible with a CableCARD installed. Take a look at Ceton's FAQ for help with contacting your cable provider.
Robert gives a review of Universal's "Schindler's List" bluray. The film transfer looks great and can be picked up starting March 5th.
Techfeed's Annie Gaus joins us to give the lowdown of the CAS, the new copyright alert system being implemented by ISPs. Will you lose your internet connection? See the segment for an in-depth look.
New TVs don't have older connections like composite or S-Video. What's the best way to bring old school gaming systems (which can't have much lag) to newer HDTVs? Robert loves his DVDO Edge Green, but it's pretty expensive. Take a look at Amazon for a few cheap devices.
about 15 hours ago
Hey, how does a $300 3D printer sound to you? We checked out the incredibly affordable @Printrbot at #makerfaire: http://t.co/FH7G83ghT7
about 16 hours ago
Printing out holograms is one of the many ridiculous things you can do at #makerfaire: http://t.co/EVgS9aeXFR
4 days ago
5 Cool Things From Google I/O! Windows Upgrade: ReadyBoost Or SSD? Maker Faire Preview: $300 3d Printer? http://t.co/dXW0pfD3SB
4 days ago
@MartyPG13 Sorry, there's a bit of delay for the full episode. One of the YouTube clips is up though! http://t.co/VxxosS9WlE
11 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
11 days ago
@acarboni @kirkhamilton @Veronica Then you better not watch this video of the WHOLE THING HAPPENING, Anthony: http://t.co/gB45brpgph