• 12 Days Of Christmas: Zune HD

    The Zune brand may be the whipping boy of the blog world, but everyone who’s ever gotten their hands on my Zune HD has been seriously impressed. You know why? Because it’s awesome. It’s got great battery life, a beautiful and intuitive interface, and you can buy and stream stuff right from the device. So we want to give one to you. It even comes with a month of Zune Pass… Read More

  • The Great Holiday iPad Case Round-Up
    iPads are shaping up to be a popular gift this year (despite the certainty of a sequel just around the corner), but what do you get the spouse or kid that already has one of these machines? I’m glad you asked! Because I just happen to have 10 very eligible iPad cases just waiting for your… Read More

  • Review: Kobo Wireless E-Reader

    Short version: It’s the same thing I reviewed a few months ago, but with wi-fi and an on-device store. They work as well as can be expected on an e-ink device. Read More

  • Amazon Black Friday Doorbuster: Previous-Gen Kindle For Only $89

    Looking to buy a Kindle or two, but feeling a little cash-strapped? Well buddy, you better get up early on Black Friday, because Amazon has got a deal for you. It looks like they’re going to be selling off the remaining Kindle 2s (that’s this one) for only $89 each. Read More

  • Six Million Dollar Man Sees Complete Collection DVD Release, Fans Rush To Lee Majors’ Defense

    A new DVD release has captured the attention of the American nation. The Six Million Dollar Man, one of the first prominent science fiction-y television shows in history, is now available. The new collection, officially called The Six Million Dollar Man: The Complete Collection, includes 40 DVDs with every single episode of the show right there for you. It’s the first time the… Read More

  • DODOcase Now Available For The Kindle (Finally!)

    DODOcase happens to be one of our fav iPad cases and so we’re more than pleased to pass along word that there’s now a Kindle case done up in the same handmade style. The Kindle case is available starting today for $49.95 with a red lining and $54.99 for any other color choice. Just like the iPad flavor, the Kindle one is handmade in SanFran through classic bookbinding techniques… Read More

  • Review: Barnes & Noble NookColor

    Short Version:
    The Barnes & Noble Nook looked like an also-ran until they came out with the first mass-market color e-reader, the NookColor, one of the first LCD e-readers worth considering. Although the price says “Why not just buy an iPad?” the features and design say “Let’s give this thing a second look.” Read More

  • Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab On Sprint

    Short Version
    Android users rejoice! The same excellent operating system and interface you love in your phone is now housed in a stout and sturdy 7-inch case. Is it an iPad replacement? Potentially, but you’re going to have to overlook some glaring problems. Read More

  • Review: Macbook Air 13-inch

    Short Version: There will be no pleasing either side of the Apple fanboy divide with this review so I’ll say it up front: If you’re looking for an alternative to a heavier Apple laptop – a MacBook Pro, say, or an Apple Powerbook 170 – and you travel, the MacBook Air is an excellent choice. If you rarely travel and/or are not a Mac fan, you will probably be better served… Read More

  • Review: The Apple iPad

    In these times we have little opportunity for mystical religious experience. By “religious” I mean the feeling that something exciting is about to happen – whether after death or immediately, through the intercession of a divine being, a miracle in life. The neophilic mind has craved magic, craved the new and spectacular, since prehistory. Man deified thunder, worshiped the… Read More

  • Episodes from Liberty City: The Grand Theft Auto IV DLC heads to PS3, PC on March 30

    Whoa. Rockstar just announced that the two DLCs for Grand Theft Auto IV, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony, will be released for the PS3 and PC on March 30. That’s March 30 world-wide, mind you. The games will be sold separately (as downloads on PSN and Games for Windows Live) as well as in the familiar Episodes from Liberty City double pack. Read More

  • Atari-style USB joystick sports built-in emulator

    At first glance, $30 may seem like a lot for a one-button old school Atari joystick with a USB connection. But this one comes with the Stella Atari 2600 and 80 games built right in and you can remove the USB controller board for use with that MAME cabinet you’ve always wanted to build. There’s even labeled solder points on the board for adding additional buttons. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Sylvania Blu-ray player for $90

    Have you heard about Blu-ray? Don’t question it, just get a player! They’re all the rage! You can get into the whole Blu-ray game for just $90 today as Amazon is selling the Sylvania NB530SLX Blu-ray Disc Player at a $42 discount. Read More

  • Mouse pad + 10-key + USB hub = Converged hotness

    Oh man, I must be dreaming. Please don’t wake up! Please don’t wake up! Please don’t wake up! A mouse pad with a built-in 10-key number pad AND a three-port USB hub? All for $25?! Yum. Read More