Rucuva Deleted Files For Free, PS3 vs. Xbox 360: Screw Gaming: What's the best Home Theater Console? Laptop Core i7: HP's EliteBook 8440w. Get Your Bluetooth Stereo On... if you must. SSD Picks, Viewing RAW files in Windows 7
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Props to our friends at iFixit, who not only sent us a box full of tools, but dropped a collection of more than 200 repair manuals for 24 different game consoles on Monday. "Repair is Better Than Recycling" so check out their manuals for Game Console Repair and Trobleshooting!
Google is moving into yet another corner of your life with Gmail Calling. (Call folks from Gmail for free till the end of the year!) Microsoft is ready to spend a fortune on Windows Mobile 7. What do you really get for $10 a month: Check the One Touch Hulu+ Study!
Brick wants a set of Bluetooth speakers to use with his iPad. Bluetooth alternatives like Audioengine's W2 will sound a lot better, but definately aren't in Brick's '$100 good guy price range.' We've got a list of Bluetooth speakers and adapters for your stereo in the video! (Want to get your nerd on? Check out a2dp.info!
Life is full of questions. What better way to get some answers than than Formspring.me, the site that revolves around users asking and sharing all manner of questions and answers! Set up your account, you can find you friends using Facebook, Gmail, Twitter, Yahoo mail, and more. Then, wait for the questions to start rolling in!
You know that moment of dread when you empty the Windows Recycle Bin only to realize that you just deleted your favorite picture of Rex, the Wonder Dog? Instead of bursting into tears and tweeting about it, run Recuva and undelete it instead. Download and install it, before you need it!
Leo in Rio de Janiero wants a Solid State Drive for his PC for no more than $399 that holds at least 100 GB. Six months ago we would have said there's no substitute for the Intel X25-M. These days, if your'e looking around 100 GB, our favorite source of SSD information, AnandTech.com says Sandforce controller based drives from OCZ, Corsair adn OWC are the way to go. Watch the video to find out our reccos for bigger SSDs!
Patrick asked for your ideas for getting RAW files to show up in Windows 7 and you had tons of ideas: Microsoft's list of codecs from camera vendors, the Windows Live Photo Gallery and quite a few more!