We talk to Adam Sessler about the Xbox Reveal, Darren Kitchen about hacking across America, cheap HDTV mounts, and more!
Google's new conversational search gets you primed for Google Glass interaction. The XBox One doesn't suck...Adam Sessler tells you why. Darren Kitchen is hacking across American...but how do you get internet in the middle of the desert? Can you really trust a $30 HDTV wall mount to hold your expensive equipment? How to fix a broken Samsung DLP TV, Raspberry Pi accessories, and more!
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Google just flipped live a feature in Chrome that allows "Conversational Search" on their search page. With this feature you can search with natural language very similar to the way Glass works. Give it a try with the latest version of Chrome.
You can't please them all! We talk to Adam Sessler about why some gamers are pissed with Microsoft's XBOX ONE reveal. Check out all of Rev3Game's XBox coverage and see Anthony's amazing Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer.
We've tracked down our friend Darren Kitchen from Hak5 who's been spotted in a white Sprinter, travelling across the country bringing on backcountry tech! He talks solar panels, satellite broadband, and other encounters along the way!
...Probably not. Tune in to see why!
We've shown off a few high-end HDTV wall mounts in the past, but never anything priced anywhere close to the $30 Cheetah mount. How does this mount stack up against the competition? Watch the segment to find out!
Cody asks for our recommendations on how to fix his ailing Samsung DLP TV. Is it the optical block? What is an optical block? Tune in for our prescription!
@Phil_Himself is interested in buying a Raspberry Pi...but what does he actually need? It's actually pretty basic: a case, power adapter, SD card, HDMI with monitor, and an OS! We recommend BerrryBoot for testing out the different operating systems offered on the Pi.