Internet activated software can get you fired. Veronica does amazing things with SimpleNote and Notational Velocity. Destructoid's Tara Long reviews Max Payne 3. Getting Google Drive working on the iPhone and more!
Internet activated software can get you fired. Veronica does amazing things with SimpleNote and Notational Velocity. Can we save HDTVs and other tech from corrosive salt air? Destructoid's Tara Long reviews Max Payne 3. Getting Google Drive working on the iPhone. And are Alienware laptops any good?
Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton, Robert Heron and Veronica Belmont 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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If you haven't seen it yet... Derek Low's Berkeley Ridiculously Automated Dorm Room, aka B.R.A.D. ... is awesome. Automated curtains tied into the alarm, voice commands, party mode... and a lot more!
Casey Bridges asked Tekzilla on Facebook, "Are Alienware Laptops any good?" Alienware's M11x was one of our favorite gaming laptops ever. Watch the video to find out a great new Ivy Bridge powered gaming laptop from another manufacturer!
@dath78 tweeted "@patricknorton Is there any good iPhone apps to access Google Drive?" Not that we've seen. Google hasn't released their iOS app yet, but you can do a lot with Google Drive with your browser. Watch the video to find out more!
Jonathon writes, "We bought a house down on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Maybe we got a little too close to the coast as the salt air is a serious problem. Contacts on iPod docks rust in months, a new 50" lcd is dead in two years, and my 18-month-old surround sound receiver has already lost all but one channel." Is there anything he can do? We've got ideas in the video... and if you can leave the AC running, the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative has a cure all!
It's been nine years since the last installment, but Max Payne 3 launches today! The Destructoid Show's very own Tara Long has a hands on review, inclduding the coolest feature built in to multi-player Max Payne 3! (PS... check out the new Rev3Games channel!)
Opening sequences... they get us revved up for the movie or tv show we're about to watch, and stick in our minds long after we forget the individual plot lines to each episode. To learn more about the title seqences from some of your favorite films and shows, head over to artofthetitle.com, this week's "Website We Just Can't Get Enough of!"
Watch Veronica show how she links Notational Velocity together with SimpleNote to make work more efficient, speed up research, share things fast, GTD, make ToDo lists and more. Totally free and totally awesome, they even work offline! (PS, Simplenote supports lots of other apps!
We talked about how frustating not being able to play a game because the company server was down in episode 320... Jack just wrote in to explain why Internet Activated software can get IT folks fired! Good info in the video!
Terry thinks the Kindle Fire was the first eBook reader to pack it's own backlite, not the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight... Patrick respectfully disagrees, talks Tablet vs. eReader, and explains why E Ink screens rule the ebook world. It's all about battery life!
Robert writes, "Just watched your episode on backyard speakers, have you seen this Russound AirGo airgo speaker? A little expensive but the sound quality is really good!" Thanks for the heads up!