Spear Phishing Sucks! Plus Elune Makes A Prettier Desktop, Sony Does Android?, The Trick To Turning On AHCI, Star.me Access Code, Kansas City Gets Google Fiber, Help setting up multi-zone audio, Comments on Cassandra's N800 upgrade, and Sonic Screwdrivers!
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Right now GoDaddy is running a special sale on .CO domain names. Usually priced at $29.99, for a limited time, you can get a .CO domain for only $7.49 for the first year. Just use code REVCO1 at checkout! Act fast, this offer ends March 31, 2011. And Check out Revision3.com/GoDaddy for a list of all of the amazing GoDaddy deals from Revision3.
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Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton and Shannon Morse 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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Cody's moving soon and wants to know if he "Should get a 4G hotspot like Samsung's 4g LTE Mobile Hotspot Sch-LC11 from Verizon or or should I plan on getting Internet from a normal service provider???" We've got answers, especially if you're worried about blowing through bandwidth caps watching Revision3 or Netflix!
How dows KC feel about getting picked for Google's Fiber for Communities experiment? Watch the video!
Multi-zone? Multi-room? Whatever you call it, Arjun's looking for inexpensive in-wall speakers for his family's new home, which is pre-wired for stereo in four rooms. Polk Audio's RC85i promise a decent price, but there are other things to consider before you buy!
Ray in NYC can't get his printer or scanner to work because he can't find drivers for 64 bit Windows 7. No problem, we know the secret to finding those drivers. Watch the video to find out how to get your hardware running on Windows 7!
If there's a message you want to send to someone, but traditional email or tweet seems too... mundane... try out Star.me, this week's "Website We Just Can't Get Enough of!" This site is a great way to send someone a little love, a little fun, or just something plain goofy, and Veronica's got a code to get you access!
Installing themes for Windows can be an awesome way to dress up your OS, and when we came across Lifehacker's article on Elune we HAD to share it with you... we just think using Custopack Tools makes it a lot easier to install!
A few shows back we had a Tablet Recommendations request from Cassandra who wanted to upgrade from a Nokia N800. And like the champs you are you came through with your advice, including an ebook Android hack!