It’s the start of the fall TV season, and this week alone a ton of pilots have aired. You can’t always judge a show by its pilot—they’re usually filmed months before the rest of the show, and terrible pilots lead to great shows and vice versa. So how can you decide which show to invest in? Here are nine signs to look…
Problem: When you're shooting video with your iPhone, you have to record continuously, lest you miss the magic moment. Precorder quietly records the whole time, so you can wait for the action and then add a few seconds of build-up.
What is it?
Precorder, iPhone, $1. A replacement for your iPhone's built in…
Well, the debate is over. Insidious, world-invading lizard aliens with knowledge of fantastical things like Blue Energy and green screen set pieces prefer to take over the world using a Kindle, not an iPad.
NBS' E. V. A. and Butterfly speaker systems are freakishly awesome and horrifying all at the same time, especially with those pointed edges. Cause, really, I thought it was a bench.
Technology Review has rounded up a bunch of objects that it feels are design classics from the past 30 or so years and got a bunch of industrial designers to talk about them. And you've gotta admit they're right—on some of the candidates, at least. First up is the Polaroid SX-70, which dates back to 1972.
The last time we saw the Zen V Plus we decided that it was definitely a worthy alternative to the iPod Nano. Now that the Nano got a storage bump to 8GB, the Zen V quickly followed suit.
We love our GPS system—it's has saved our asses from having to go through the crack-whore district of SF more times than we can count. Our only complaint: not letting us change our destination while we're in motion. Solution? The Novogo V Series with voice activation. The voice activation lets you speak your…
Creative has been pumping out lots of fruity players lately. By fruity, we mean very colorful, very well designed, and so pretty that we want to just bite it. This Creative Zen V Plus is no exception.