Android 4.1 Jellybean Is Awesome! It's more like 5.0. New APIs. Google's Nexus Q Player Is Odd. Websites help you find Cheap Gas. Will a sound card Improve Gaming Performance? Dish Hopper DVR Explained. Google Glasses Pre-Orders!
Check out what you can't miss from Google I/O! Plus websites to help you find cheap gas, will a sound card improve gaming performance and more!
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If you love history, you should take some time to check out the awesome array of history at the Library of Congress online!
Edgar just bought an new HDTV, it's got an Ethernet jack, but the compatible WiFi adapter costs an extra $150. No worries, we've got several cheaper ways to get this HDTV connected to WiFi so it can download the latest firmware updates. We'll even tell you how to turn a Mac or Windows notebook into a free WiFi Ethernet Bridge!
Google's developer conference, aka Google I/O, was held here in San Francisco last week. Revision3's CTO Rob Demillo was at the show and has the inside scoop along with the Nexus Q, Android 4.1 Jellybean, and the $200 Nexus 7 Tablet!
Looking for the best deals on gas or diesel fuel for your car or truck? Check out GasPriceWatch.com, this week's "Website We Just Can't Get Enough of!" Tell it where you are, and you'll get a list of local stations and what they're charging for fuel!
Jesse wants the scoop on the new "Hopper " for the Dish Satellite TV network, "It boasts that it can record six shows at the same time is this true? Does it have six tuners in it?" We've got answers, and our buddy Ben Drawbaugh at Endgadget HD has a detailed review here: Dish Hopper!
Travis emails, "I know back in the day that adding a dedicated sound card helped to improve gaming performance a somewhat by easing some of the processing power of the CPU. In today's systems though is that really still the case?" We've got answers in the video!