Blu-ray Players For Black Friday: Streaming Media Is the Ticket, Firefox turns five, Crunchyroll on Boxee, Best Offline Archive: Save Your Priceless Photos Online!, Kill A Watt EZ Counts Energy Costs, DJ Hero. Is this Guitar Hero with a turntable worth owning, Windows 7: Full Install From An Update Disc Smartphone Fight: AT&T vs. Verizon!
Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton, Robert Heron and Veronica Belmont bring you hands on reviews of the latest gear, tips and tricks that improve the tech you already own and conversations with the most informative experts around.
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Like your browser? Thank Firefox, 'cause the wee open source upstart forced Internet Explorer (and every other browser out there, except maybe Opera) to step up their game. Happy 5th b-day, Firefox!
Boxee's free software makes it easy to navigate your media, watch Tekzilla, MLB, Netlfix, YouTube... you get the idea. The latest edition? Anime fans rejoice: Crunchyroll.com is bringing tons of anime to a new channel on Boxee!
Remember Cyber Clean, the green goo designed to suck dirt (and kill germs) in nooks and crannies like the ones all over your keyboard? The folks that make Cyber Clean want you to know you can buy your supply online at CyberClean.tv!
Shopping for a Blu-ray player? Find out why players like
LG's BD390 and the PS3 are the hot ticket, and the PS3 are the hot ticket at the high end... and which Blu-ray players we'd chose for $150 or less!
We've been fans of the Kill A Watt for years. Plug it between your wall socket and, well, anything else, and you'll find out how much energy that gadget is sucking in the kilowatt hours billed by your utility, along with the Voltage and Frequency of the AC coming from the pole, along with amperage and wattage loads.
The Kill A Watt EZ takes it another step for folks looking to figure out exactly how much a particular appliance -or chain of appliances- is costing them. Just progrmam in the price per kilowatt hour charged by your local utility and it automatically Calculates the cost and forecasts by week, month and year. Cool!
Here are Sascha's 5 Ways To Improve Your Motorola Droid's Features!
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Activision hopes that DJ Hero, will become a runaway success like Guitar Hero. Want to know how it works, and is it anything like actually DJing? To help us find out is Revision3's resident DJ and video editor, Maurico Balvanera.
Scott's worried about the longevity of CDs and DVDs. He's got his photos backed up on a Drobo, but he's wondering what the best offline -and out of the house- back up is. You know... in case the house burns down. We talk about the ups and downs of hard drives, and discuss rolling your own vs. Mozy, Carbonite and DropBox.
Alex is running the Win 7 Release Candidate and asks, "I want to upgrade to either Windows 7 Home Premium or Pro. Do I need to dig through my box and find my XP MCE and install that first, or is there a way to just use the CD Key and avoid the XP install?"
If our suggestion on the show doesn't work, check out Clean Install Windows 7 with Upgrade Media from the awesome WinSuperSite.com... Paul Thurrott has an oustanding collection of tips and tricks for Windows users!