Where can I find accurate tech specs? Which free encryption software is best? What about Blu-ray playback? No iPhone 5 this summer! Google TV 2.0 is coming. How do I use bit rate to balance file size and audio quality? And our favorite new Blu-ray releases for May 10th, 2011!
We talk Google Plus, 1080p vs. 720p, Windows Phone 7 and the LastPass hack response. Jason Cross from PCWorld reviews new Llano and Bulldozer CPUs from AMD. When should I upgrade my graphics card? Why does Tekzilla look different? And more!
Loyd Case answers more of your graphics questions, talks Z68 chipset and shows off his LAN party cave! Updates from Google I/O: Chromebooks, Android @ Home, and self-driving cars in Nevada!
Destructoid’s Tara Long talks L.A. Noire. Does Android have security issues? MacBook Pro vs iMac: which is better for video editing? Do I need a sound card? And our favorite Blu-ray releases for May 24th, 2011!
Hard Drive Upgrade Picks, Beatles On iTunes. Mobile Google Docs Update. Perfect PS3 Audio. FLAC Compression Explained, Secure Wi-Fi tips, and the new releases for November 23rd, 2010.
What’s the best way to benchmark video cards? Spotify comes to the US, Netflix expands, Android grows. Does turning up your backlight ruin your picture? Are expensive audio cables any better? PlayStation Network Gets a Makeover!
Will wireless data caps go away? Help calibrating your PC monitor. More Windows 8 features, TiVo vs Windows Media Center, making your PC 3D-ready, What are GUNNAR Optiks supposed do to prevent computer headaches and eye strain, and our favorite Blu-ray releases for June 7th, 2011!
The Big Lebowski Arrives On Blu-ray, and Blu-ray has finally made it to OS X with the Mac Blu-ray Player! 3DS vs. PSVita: Destructoid’s Tara Long Tells Why These Ain’t No Gameboys! Skype is back on OS X. More ways to download your favorite shows to an Android phone, and more!
120Hz vs. 60Hz HDTVS, No, Netflix isn’t shutting down multiple streams. Why you should calibrate EVERY input on your HDTV, Windows Phone Mango vs. iOS and Android: AppJudgment’s Zac Minor joins us, & InstantWatcher helps you track what’s available on Netflix!
SD card Class Explained: It’s all about speed! Apple Talks Mac Defender Malware Patch, Panasonic’s secret Hollywood laboratory, YouTube turns 6, transparent LCDs, and much more!
We interview the CTO of DTS and talk surround sound. One viewer asks why can’t I find an HDTV that doesn’t include Internet connectivity. And the new Blu-ray releases for January 18th, 2011.
DTS Surround Sound CTO Interview! Marantz has AirPlay without Apple Hardware, The Perfect Antivirus For People That Don’t Update, Monster Dre Beatbox vs. Klipsch iGroove SXT vs. Logitech S715i: iPod Dock Roundup, New Blu-ray Releases for January 18, 2011.
More Data Recovery Tools! Fourth Pixels: Sharp’s 52″ 52LE820UN Reviewed. Should I Dump My Hard Drive For An SSD? How Should I Partition My Hard Drive? The new releases for November 30th, 2010.
July 1 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson discusses Zynga Inc.’s business model, revenue and plan to raise $1 billion in an initial public offering. The IPO is the biggest for a U.S. Internet company since Google Inc. in 2004. (Source: Bloomberg)
May 25 (Bloomberg) — Jay Ritter, a finance professor at the University of Florida, talks about the prospects for initial public offerings by Zynga Inc. and other social media startups. Zynga is the biggest maker of games on Facebook. Ritter speaks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television’s “InsideTrack.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Android Question Dogpile: Upgrade Woes, Podcast Download Apps and Headset Picks! Our Favorite sub-$100 and $350 Waterproof Digital Cameras. What -is- that micro SD card on the Roku 2 for anyway??? Windows 7 is taking over. The NYPD is taking the fight to Facebook and Twitter, Kindle and Vudu Sidestep iOS Sales Fees, & more!
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http://www.MyBoogieBoard.com/ We review the brand new product from Improve Electronics, the Boogie Board 10.5 Inch LCD Writing Tablet. This is a lowered powered alternative to sticky notes or notepads and is made for drawing and notetaking. It is an actual LCD tablet that costs $60, has one button for erasing the screen and one lock switch. You can use the included stylus or your fingers to draw on the pressure sensitive screen. Contact UsCorporate Headquarters 1-855-224-0888
July 7 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Rich Jaroslovsky reviews laptops taking on Apple Inc.’s MacBook Air. Thanks to a new generation of notebooks running Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 7 operating system, laptops such as The Series 9 by Samsung Electronics Co., Lenovo Group Ltd.’s ThinkPad X1 and Toshiba Corp.’s Portege R830 are taking on Apple in his rarefied niche. (Source: Bloomberg)
Sept. 21 (Bloomberg) — Ashok Kumar, senior technology analyst at Rodman & Renshaw LLC, talks about Apple Inc.’s iPad tablet computer and the the likelihood the company is readying a version with a smaller 7-inch screen to fend off a threat from competing smaller-sized devices. Kumar talks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television’s “In the Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Deirdre Bolton reports on major newsmakers in today’s Movers & Shakers. (Source: Bloomberg)
Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) — Research In Motion Ltd. , whose BlackBerry smartphone rose to prominence on Wall Street, is now targeting business customers with a tablet computer to compete with Apple Inc.’s iPad and add a fresh source of revenue. The device, called the BlackBerry PlayBook, has a 7-inch (18-centimeter) screen, which is smaller than the iPad’s 9.7-inch display. The PlayBook is also slimmer and lighter than the iPad. Bloomberg’s Cali Carlin reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
Aug. 29 (Bloomberg) — Alan Patricof, managing director of Greycroft Partners LLC, talks about the possible delay of Zynga Inc.’s initial public offering until November and the outlook for web-based consumer company IPOs. Patricof speaks with Betty Liu Bloomberg Television’s “In the Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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Sept. 22 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Rich Jaroslovsky previews Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 8, the next version of the world’s most widely used computer operating system. (Rich Jaroslovsky is a Bloomberg News columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. Source: Bloomberg)
Oct. 4 (Bloomberg) — Ashok Kumar, an analyst at Rodman & Renshaw LLC in New York, talks about Apple Inc.’s introduction of its iPhone 4S with a speedier processor, higher-resolution camera and new voice-recognition system. Kumar speaks with Mark Crumpton on Bloomberg Television’s “Bottom Line.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Oct. 14 (Bloomberg) — Scott Kessler, head of technology equity research at Standard & Poor’s, talks about Apple Inc.’s iPhone 4S sales and the outlook for the company’s growth. He speaks with Cory Johnson and Jon Erlichman on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) — Ashok Kumar, an analyst at Rodman & Renshaw LLC, talks about Apple Inc.’s fourth-quarter earnings and outlook. Apple’s profit fell short of analysts’ predictions for the first time in at least six years after customers put off purchases of iPhones before the release of the latest version. Kumar speaks with Adam Johnson, Lisa Murphy and Julie Hyman on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) — Scott Galloway, a professor at New York University, talks about the advertising strategies of Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc., and the outlook for Apple Inc. and Google Inc. Galloway, a Bloomberg contributing editor, speaks with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Oct. 13 (Bloomberg) — Scott McNealy, former chief executive officer of Sun Microsystems Inc., talks about Hewlett-Packard Co.’s new Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman. McNealy also discusses Oracle Corp.’s acquisition of Sun Microsystems, his “Wayin” mobile application and Twitter Inc. He speaks with Jon Erlichman and Cory Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)