If you've always yearned for a washboard stomach, and you can do a thousand crunches but you still aren't seeing results, you're not alone. But never fear! Everyone has a six pack under there (somewhere), you've just got to know what to do to get it out in the open. »
"High", from the UK's Max Harris, is the best worst thing since Rebecca Black's "Friday." It hits all the right notes. Autotune. Filmed in an alleyway. Drug references by a minor. Sweatpants. I can't help but think this is self-aware parody. »
Chatting with all your friends on your phone usually can mean switching between five IM clients at once. Well, today you can save a few bucks by chatting in the one IM client to rule them… okay, sorry about that. Plus: keep an eye on the stars for free and go hunting for Bambi and all his woodland friends. I hear… »
Click to viewBlockbuster's decision to support Blu-ray in all of its 1,450 stores is having a bigger impact than it seems. A tipster at an unnamed retailer tells us they've had more HD DVD player orders canceled over the last few days than they've seen over the entire life cycle. The kicker? All of them were canceled… »
Video-philes with a control streak can invest in this HC-300 Home Controller to do all their turnings on and off in glorious high definition. Not only does the $699 HC-300 support 720p, there's a brushed aluminum chassis, Zigbee wireless technology, IR ports, Relays and tons of outputs in the back as well. »
Buffalo's two latest high gain routers bring the answer of three antennas to the question of "How do I get more range on my wireless router?" Their WZR2-G300N 802.11N router has the standard features just about all routers have, including an external switch to flip between router and access point modes, in case you've… »
By Sean Captain »Using Wi-Fi around town is like panhandling. You schlep from coffee shop to coffee shop, looking for bandwidth handouts; or you rummage through the neighborhood airwaves, searching for unencrypted home networks.
Best Buy prematurely(?) sold Earl Bonovich—if that is his real name—one of DirecTV's new HR20-700 high definition digital video recorders. The near-rabid fanboy wiped the foam from his mouth, and posted an exhaustive (exhausting?) review on DVStalk.com. Unlike the first high definition DirecTV DVR, this one isn't… »