The Catch With Comcast's Business Class, Tech Safety Tips, Toolkits, Awesome Windows Shortcut, New Commodore 64 Adds Blu-ray Support, and more!
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The Commodore 64 has been updated, with modern components, including Blu-ray support. Even TRON is getting in on the fun! Apple has ordered 12 petabytes of storage for iTunes, and patented a hybrid connector that combines DisplayPort and USB 3.0. Netflix has aquired streaming rights to all seven seasons of Mad Men. Watch the video for details on all this and more tech news.
Want to build a watercooled system? Newegg and Tiger Direct are a good start, but the ultimate website for watercooling parts is FrozenCPU.com. Watch the video for more tips on building your own computer with liquid parts.
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While Pat is lamenting the compression artifacts on his son's beloved Wonder Pets, Robert has been devouring the new season of MotoGP, with last weekend's especially exciting race in the rain. Watch the video to find out what else has appeared on our own HDTVs.
Patrick's been trying to install his Optoma HD180 projector, with the help of a ceiling bracket and flat HDMI cable that will blend in nicely under the rug. Watch the video for more tips on mounting and hooking up a projector in your home.
Samsung is reducing the price of their 3D glasses, and have added a second pair with their HDTVs. Meanwhile, Toshiba is planning a glasses-free 3D HDTV, but how soon will it arrive? Watch the video for our predictions.
Looking for a good front projector for your 3D content? Robert reviews JVC's DLA-X3 Procision Front Projector, with a 3-chip design and advanced tuning settings. Watch the video to find out whether this should be on your wishlist.
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Prices for solid state drives are dropping, and the capacity is growing. We check in with AnandTech.com's Anand Shimpi for the latest. Watch the video to find out more on these super-fast drives.
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We mentioned that Comcast's Business Class accounts are a good way to get around their data cap, but Blackberry Roulette reminds us that it's not quite that easy. Daniel and Miguel caught our hard drive replacing how-to, and had a safety tip for us, and a question about our tools. And finally, Nick submitted a handy shortcut for Windows users. Watch the video for the details to these and all your viewer questions and comments!