Loyd Case answers your questions about graphics cards! The Daily: A new newspaper just for tablets. Should you upgrade to a larger 720p HDTV from a smaller 1080 screen? And we list the new Blu-ray releases for February 8th, 2011
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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Turmoil in Egypt and their corresponding connectivity issues makes some nervous about the proposed U.S. legislation regarding government control over Internet services. Google launched a website for the Android Market, and announced Android 3.0, aka Honeycomb, designed specifically for tablets. Rupert Murdoch launched The Daily, which brings you new original content every day exclusively for the iPad. NASA announced the discovery of 1235 planets made by the Kepler Space Telescope. Watch the video for more tech news tibits.
Mozy has just gotten rid of their unlimited backup plan, but we've got you covered. ZDNet's Storage Bits has their own take on the reasons behind it, adn Lifehacker recommends Backblaze as a replacement, among others. Watch the video to find out how to transition to a new backup service.
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Is it worthwhile to upgrade from a small 1080p HDTV to a larger 720p screen? Watch the video to find out which is more important: screen size or display resolution.
If red, blue, and yellow are the primary colors, why do printers use cyan, magenta and yellow? A Smart Bear's blog post breaks it down for you. Watch the video to see what this means for Sharp's Quattron technology.
GoDaddy.com makes it easy to customize your own virtual dedicated server. Choose one of 3 popular plans, or select your own Linux or Windows server with all the plan options you need. And remember, you can download Go Daddy's free iPhone, Android or Blackberry app to order right from your phone, manage your current domains and more. Check out Revision3.com/GoDaddy for a list of all of the amazing GoDaddy deals from Revision3.
Looking for a no-hassle anti-virus and anti-malware app? Microsoft Security Essentials can help! Watch the video for more on this easy-to-use tool.
Loyd Case is back, and this time he's answering YOUR graphics card questions. Everything from Lucid's Virtu system, saving money on your electric bill, and whether your GPU or CPU is more important in a gaming system. Watch the video for all that and more!
We all know that most guys hate shopping for clothes. You gotta leave the house, go to the store, and look all over the place to find one or two things that are cool. Luckily, that era is OVER, now that there's JackThreads. JackThreads is a members-only online shopping club that does the dirty work for you and saves you a boatload of cash. Each day, JackThreads serves up the hottest new indie brands at HUGE discount prices. We're talking up to 80% off what you'd pay in a store. And they've got amazing brands like Kid Robot, The Hundreds, and American Apparel for way less than you'd find anywhere else. Now, JackThreads is a private club, but luckily, Tekzilla's got the hookup. To get access to these awesome deals, just go to JackThreads.com/TEK and you'll get to skip the wait-list and become a member right away. Oh, and did we mention that it's free to join? Hit up JackThreads.com/TEK and you'll instantly start saving up to 80% without having to leave the house.
Trying to use KeePass on multiple computers? Tracy explains how to do just that, AND integrates cell phones as well. Watch the video for more on bringing KeePass with you wherever you go.