Is there an easy way to load tons of files onto an iPad? Go on a Streetview Adventure. Hamchi: Use this no-config VPN to browse safe from any public network -and- secure your Minecraft server! Sometimes there's no point in upgrading your headphone. Did somebody say Tekzilla needs more guns?
The Ben Heck Show is an all-new online-TV-series created for (and by) electronics enthusiasts, and sponsored exclusively by element14. Join Ben and friends for bi-weekly episodes as they modify and build all kinds of community-suggested gadgets. Got an idea for a mod? Then share it with Ben. Or, if you're ready to build, weÕre ready with the parts list to make it happen. Either way, be sure to tune-in at element14.com/TBHS.
Squarespace is a publishing system for anyone looking to build a blog, portfolio or any kind of website. Squarespace offers a uniquely flexible tool for just about anyone (no coding experience required) to build high end, complex websites with that same functionality that you will find on some of the highest trafficked pages on the web. Squarespace just pushed a brand new social widget for geolocation services. Display your most recent check-ins from Foursquare, Gowalla, and Facebook Places on a live Google Map. Go to www.squarespace.com/TEKZILLA to get a 2 week free trial and learn more!
Gazelle accepts more than 300,000 products from over 20 different electronics categories. Shipping is free on all items of value, and in most cases, they'll even send you a box to ship with. Also, for you green folks out there, Gazelle makes all their recycling partners adhere to some strict policies: no exports, no landfill policies, and tons of data security standards. Gazelle is a great way to get cash to upgrade to the latest iPhone or Android phone. Go to www.gazelle.com to learn more.
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Think your 250GB data usage cap on Comcast is tough? Just be happy you don't live in Australia... and wait till you hear how good Singapore has it!
Dr. Matt and his kids love Minecraft and he'd "love for friends/family to share in the fun and play during lunch from work. Is there a way to (securely) connect to the server from the outside world? I was thinking it could work with a VPN... but I have no idea how to set one up. " No worries, Dr Matt... what you need is Hamachi and HOW TO SET UP A SERVER WITHOUT PORT FORWARDING (HAMACHI) from the most excellent minecraftforum.net. Best of all, you can use the same machine to browse securely any WiFi hotspot... check out How to Secure and Encrypt Your Web Browsing on Public Networks (with Hamachi and Privoxy)!
HardOCP's Kyle Bennet gave us a great power suppy buying guide last week. he also had some great advice about getting better cooling for your PC... and frank advice about whether you need to watercool or not. Check the video! (And check out the PC Cases that have caught Kyle's eye: the Silverstone Fortress and Raven
Sony MDR-V900HD cans, but he wants to step up in performance. How do we feel about Sennheiser HD-598 and HD-558? We've got the scoop... and advice on what we'd upgrade to first (think headphone amp) -and what we'd do for free before that- in the video!
Gabriel wrote in, "After watching the last episode I realized that Tekzilla needs more guns! Or maybe a gun show on Revision3 called Gunzilla. I'm just sayin..." Watch the video to see Veronica's response!
"Recently on Tekzilla, Patrick used a carbon screen cleaner on his and Veronica's iPhone screen. What is this product exactly?" Erin, you saw Patrick using ScreenKlean, which is made by the same company as the most awesome Lenspen!
Rick in Minnesota has a fully loaded iPad... can we hel him load it up with massive collection of articles he's got saved on a hard drive at home? "It's as if the iPad doesn't have a hierarchical file system" says, Rick, "I'm sure it does (somewhere). There's just no way to use it, I guess. I can't even copy stuff from an SD card." Let's see if the Tekzilla Crew can help!