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A legal way to rip Blu-rays? New Apple TVs and the iPad 3 on the way? iPhone pictures looking fuzzy... let's talk lens polishing! Optoma's new super portable projectors! Picking a CD-Rom drive for ripping, and more!
A legal way to rip Blu-rays? New Apple TVs and iPad 3 on the way? iPhone pictures looking fuzzy... let's talk lens polishing! Optoma's new super portable projectors! Picking a CD-Rom drive for ripping. Apple and Microsoft fight Motorola Mobile and Google. CD error correction explained.
We're not a fan of the new Google user interface, and we're not alone. Google's planning on selling glasses with Android built-in by the end of the year, and Motorola's using its patents to block people from watching internet video! Foxconn hid underage workers in preparation for their inspections. You can root Sony Google TV devices with four thumb drives, and iPad 3 rumors are rampant! Watch the video for the latest in tech news.
Heard the term "bit rot" but not sure what exactly it refers to? Watch the video as we delve into the whole concept of data decay.
Viewer, Anders is concerned that his cheap old optical drives aren't the best choice to build a Ripmonster machine. Watch the video to find out if he's right to be worried.
If you're looking for a portable projector that's still bright enough to be useful, Robert has a pair of Optoma models for you. The Optoma PK320 and the Optoma ML500 might be what you're looking for. Watch the video for more.
How do widescreen 21:9 HDTVs deal with content that isn't the appropriate aspect ratio? Watch the video to find out how those sets work with your content to bring you the best picture possible.
New releases for this week include Unforgiven: 20th Anniversary Edition, and more! Watch the video for details on our favorites, and check out High-Def Digest and High Def Disc News for the complete list of releases.
You might be tempted to throw away your smartphone if you find a scratch across the camera lens, but before you do, Mauricio joins us to help demonstrate a cheaper fix. Sure, you can always replace the back, or you can watch the video to find out why your scratched phone may not be a lost cause.
Glenn and Loki have a tip for a free file server. Watch the video for the details.
Is it possible to rip your Blu-ray movies without breaking the law? Watch the video for our thoughts.
After our segment with Darren from Hak5, we answered a question about whether they're "bad guys". After some reflection (and a disapproving email), Patrick felt the need to clarify some things. Watch the video to see where we draw the line between hacking for good and for evil.
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…
3 days ago
5 Cool Things From Google I/O! Windows Upgrade: ReadyBoost Or SSD? Maker Faire Preview: $300 3d Printer? http://t.co/dXW0pfD3SB
3 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
10 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
10 days ago
@acarboni @kirkhamilton @Veronica Then you better not watch this video of the WHOLE THING HAPPENING, Anthony: http://t.co/gB45brpgph
13 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