The Cheap, Charming, Kinda Crazy Lab of a Video Visionary

He once washed dishes full-time in a Connecticut trailer park. Now he uploads videos that break the 5,000,000-view mark in under three weeks. But when Casey Neistat isn't leaping into a sinkhole in Oman or stealing his own bike on the streets of NYC, he's busy working in this obsessively organized, fully functional,… » 5/08/12 1:00pm 5/08/12 1:00pm

Review: Dell's Vista Dock Pretty But Lifeless

I'm OCD about my desktop. I keep exactly six icons on it, tucked in the upper left hand corner. So Dell's OS X wannabe dock-actually made by Stardock and licensed to Dell, but let's not pretend it's not an Apple reaction-sounds like a great way to keep my desktop immaculate. Who originated the dock or why it came to… » 7/03/08 4:00pm 7/03/08 4:00pm

Dell Studio Notebooks Officially Bring Decent Design to Mid-Range

Studio is Dell's new line of notebooks that'll sit in between Inspiron (low end) and XPS (high end), taking design cues from the latter-like its tapered lines, hinge design and slot-loading optical drive-and bringing 'em to a more value-oriented set, with a Skittles seven color palette (and some cool artist designs… » 6/26/08 12:00am 6/26/08 12:00am

Dell Studio Hybrid Mini PC Spotted in Spy Shots

Dell's got a mini PC on the way dubbed the Studio Hybrid, and judging by the blurry spy shots it looks a lot like the "Green" PC that launched, without details, earlier in the year. The clear orange case looks like something you'd find in a European nightclub, but we can't complain about the 320GB HDD, 4GB RAM, five… » 6/20/08 11:00am 6/20/08 11:00am

Dell Studio Laptops Look Like a Cross Between XPS and Inspiron

Looks like those thin mid-range Dell laptops that look like the lovechild of the XPS and Inspiron lines is a new mid-range line called Studio, says Engadget. They also say the Studio line will have desktops, and may eventually supplant the high-end XPS. It's still all rumors and conjecture for now, but who's geeked… » 6/03/08 3:51pm 6/03/08 3:51pm

Spyder3 Calibrates Your Monitor, Probably Lobotomizes You at Night

Aimed at creative professionals, Datacolour's Spyder3 color calibration system may give you sci-fi shivers when you see it parked on your desk. Incorporating a larger aperture than previous models, the Spyder3 uses an ambient light sensor to improve its accuracy, and its monitor sensor takes just seven minutes to… » 12/21/07 5:56am 12/21/07 5:56am