Audio is hard. There are lots of wires and plugs and swearing. That's why HDMI receivers, with their promises of audio and video over one cord, make us so excited.
It's that time of the year again. No, we're not referring to tax season—we actually mean it's that time when you've officially stopped feeling guilty for backing out on any and all New Year's resolutions. But it just so happens that this glorious tradition lines up with our tax season procrastination.
We like technology because it's "cool". But you know what? If it weren't for the brave tech-loving men and women of Hollywood, technology wouldn't be something you spoke of in public. Imagine a world where white earbuds weren't reason for a rough mugging, but a brutal wedgie instead.
CES is so
over, and all that's left for journalists to do during this tech lull is to sit around and write up their "best of" lists for CES. But since our Frankenreview is about collecting product reviews and sifting through the opinions for consensus, what better to review than the best of what was reviewed at…
With the Macworld keynote less than a week away, the rumor mill is running more rampant than ever. And we are here to report it at a safe, not-quite-endorsed-nor-denied distance.
We know. You asked Santa for the greatest gift of all time, but he got you a Zune instead. No problem, because you can return it, just don't miss those deadlines.
The holidays mean two things: your family taking pictures, and your family recruiting you to print said pictures. This annoyance, coupled with the vast improvements in inkjet technologies over the past few years, means that most Gizmodo parents are ready for an upgrade.
LCDs have plummeted in price over the last year, so much so, that if you are willing to sacrifice a bit of quality and maybe go generic, you can snag a 32-inch HD for under $1000, and often far less. But you aren't like the rest of the cheapos out there, grabbing the first bargain LCD you see. You are a cheap …
Sometimes DSLRs just aren't practical, like any time you go out in public. Both Canon and Sony have sold ultra compacts for a while, but both have recently added optical image stablization to the mix, forcing us to take the baby cameras a bit more seriously.
Next-gen has become now-gen, and despite massive shortages, at least the media can enjoy the latest gaming systems you can't play. And when the reviews of three consoles collide, they smash into little pieces, mix in radioactive lava and form a Frankenreview. What did CNET, PCMag, TIME, Wired, and Rocky Mountain News…
For what feels like centuries, the iPod was considered the must-have music device. An elegant design and simple interface made even the sluttiest of fratboys fall in love.