Two more locks for your MacBook Pro Retina. QoS, aka Quality of Service: can tweaking settings in your router deliver better gaming and video conferencing? Samsung Galaxy S III Hands On Review and more.
Two more locks for your MacBook Pro Retina. QoS, aka Quality of Service: can tweaking settings in your router deliver better gaming and video conferencing? Samsung Galaxy S III Hands On Review. What's MS Thinking with the Surface Tablet? Why is Windows 8 Phone Totally New? Sharp LE847 Quattron LED Smart 3D HDTV Tested. New 90" HDTV from Sharp. What Dolby Atmos means for Pixar's new movie, Brave.
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Microsoft gave a first look at Windows Phone 8, which will be shipping this fall. The OS will support multi-core chips, integrate VoIP, NFC, removable storage, and updates over the air. What other goodness will Windows Phone 8 bring? Watch the video!
Big news- Microsoft is making their own tablets. The new Surface tablets will come in two flavors: ARM-based tablets running Windows RT and Intel based tablets running Windows 8 Pro. Check out the segment for more details on the hardware.
Samsung's latest and greatest Galaxy phone is sleek, fast, and thin...but we don't have all nice things to say about it. You'll want to see our overview of what we thought of the S III.
This week in home theater news: Robert tweeted about the Dolby Atmos Surround Sound System. Dolby is trying to get away from a fixed number of channels and instead virtualize audio channels that can provide accurate playback on a whole range of theater setups. Also, Sharp's latest and greatest--the 90 inch LC90LE745U. This LCD display is a whopping 4' tall and 6' 8" wide!
Robert has a review on Sharp's LE847U Quattron LED Smart 3D TV. The Quattron technology stuffs an extra yellow pixel in with the RGB, which actually produces very pleasing results. Watch the video for the rundown of how the set performs.
Vick writes in, asking if QoS will help bring down his gaming ping while transferring large files over the network. Rob and Patrick explain what QoS is, and what it can do for your network.
Last episode we talked about possible lock solutions for the new Macbook Pros because they lack the standard Kensington slot. ChucklesNuts writes in on Twitter with a suggestion of the STOPLock security plate and @AlexBragdon suggest the Griffin TechSafe Cable Lock System