V-Moda Faders VIP earplugs: don't let loud bands - or mowing the lawn - ruin your hearing! Destructoid is here with a preview of E3, the biggest show in video games: COD: Black Ops 2, Star Wars, Guild Wars 2, PS Vita and more!
One more light bulb spec: Color Rendering Index. Tim Cook gets grilled on the future of Apple. Get audio from your HDTV to your receiver. An E3 preview from Destructoid. And so much more!p>
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Tim Cook talks about being the CEO of Apple at D: All Things Digital. Siri is about to get better in the next few weeks and Cook teases new products in the works. Ina Freid has a great liveblog of the event.
V-Moda, maker of some good-quality headphones, just released the V-Moda Faders VIP earplugs. But how do they sound? Watch more for a review and how to protect your hearing.
Robert shows off the new Amazon Instant Video for Xbox 360. Is it as good as the PS3 version we reviewed last month and how does it compare to the Netflix app? Check out the clip for our reactions.
Rick wants to know how to route audio from his TV's built in tuner to his HDMI Audio-Video Receiver. Best option: the Audio Return Channel port built in to newer HD devices. Watch the clip to learn more about the ARC and ways to get OTA audio to your fancy speaker setup.
Max Scoville from Destructoid and Rev3Games talks about E3 2012--the second Christmas for video game lovers--and what announcements to expect. Is there a theme for the show, any new hardware announcements from Sony or Microsoft? Watch the video to find out more.
Recently we gave some advice on secure ways to transfer files for businesses. Roger suggests using Cortado, a cloud service for businesses that gives IT control of the files. @Jago_X says that we should check out BoxCryptor, which provides on the fly file encryption for cloud services.
Follow up with the Philips L Prize Winner Bulb: Color Rendering Index. This measurement tells how faithfully a light will reproduce an object's true color. Usually LED's and fluorescent bulbs are pretty crummy, but the Philips gets a 92 out of 100 on the CRI scale!