Want to not get murder-kidnapped by a hyper-sexual control freak? CSI:Cyber provides a very helpful guide on what not to do: Don’t use your phone’s location services while taking selfies if you’re a 5’2 brown-haired young girl who uses social media! Duh.
Our episode begins with Special Agent Avery Ryan (played, as always, by Oscar Winner™ Patricia Arquette) trapping and releasing a giant spider/metaphor in her office, to reiterate to viewers that she is both capable of catching devious creatures and ~compassionate~ enough to release them.
CSI:Cyber is Gizmodo’s new favorite terrible tech-tinged procedural that may or may not be written by people who have never actually seen a computer. It’s great! This compilation of buzzwords from the fourth and fifth episodes of this season is a nonsense cacophony.
We open in a movie theater, where two guys are arguing about cell phone etiquette. This discussion is perhaps the only vaguely realistic element of tonight’s episode, which is by far the dumbest CSI: Cyber installment yet, and yes, I am aware that is a bold statement.
CBS is adding a new version of CSI to the mix, called CSI: CYBER, starring James Van Der Beek and Bow Wow (YEP). Bow Wow is on set today for his first day of filming, and revealed in a tweet that the first episode in the series is titled "Kidnapping 2.0." Emmy committee, do you read me?
Remember all those movies and TV series in which a FBI agent turned a completely blurred photo into a focused image by clicking one button? Remember how you sneered? Well, soon you will not be able to laugh at it anymore. This app lets you deblur any heavily blurred image just like that.
If you ever come across a body that's so badly burned you can't identify the corpse, don't worry: just keep your eyes open for maggots. Because a police forensics team in Mexico managed to identify a body through maggot ID alone.
After seeing this clip I have decided to never watch another CSI-style TV show again. I just can't possibly do that after having such a ridiculous parody video hit so close to home.
Do you often pretend you're a pale and freckled middle-aged man, throwing out one-liners before someone yells YEEEEEAAAAHHH!!! and a guitar riff plays? This app is the only thing you need to complete the experience.
An enterprising Mac blogger has been shirking work and poking around CBS' website, and when watching an episode of CSI noticed something strange. It appears CBS is updating its website with HTML5, ready for the iPad launch.
Pull up the security footage from sector 4B. Unsharp mask. Zoom. Gaussian blur. Undo gaussian blur. Lasso tool. Adjust contrast. Reduce noise. Filter. Zoom. X-Ray. Enhance. Enhance. Enhance. Enhance. [Enhance]
We'll laugh at this headline in the not so distant future, but for the first time, buying a 30-second ad during a Fox broadcast of The Simpsons costs less than buying the same ad on Hulu.
Previously on C.S.I... a man found an actual card skimmer in the wild, in the flesh. Today, Gizmodo reader Sean became the card skimmer/PIN camera's latest almost-victim. Where? Chase Bank in Manhattan, East Village.
Maybe we've been watching too many CSI reruns, but NEC's mobile DNA lab looks awesome. Not only does it bring portability to DNA analysis, but it even improves upon the typical versions. To complete its barrage of tests takes about 25-minutes &mdash and, by comparison, a typical DNA lab would take an entire day. NEC…
As yet another sign that online distribution has hit the big time, CBS adds its big name properties to iTunes. The three CSIs, Survivor and NCIS join Numb3rs on Apple's iTunes service. Prices are $1.99 and the only shows available are from the 2005-2006 season.