Elgato announces its new Mac-connected DVR with h.264 accelerated HD video encoding, integrated IR blaster, bundled software, and the capability of streaming to the Apple iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
This week, we join forces with Internet superstar Molly Wood to discuss some new MacBook updates, the late, great Ronnie James Dio; the upcoming Evo uber-phone; and take a look at some more vintage laptops.
A man walks out of an Apple store, is robbed of the iPad he was picking up for a friend and has part of his pinkie ripped off in the process.
Largely overlooked in the overwhelming iPad hype is its biggest potential achievement. Apple's touch-screen quasi-PC may have finally struck a fatal blow to the long-standing king of input devices, the computer mouse.
It's called LeKeSoft DVD Ripper, and it normally sells for $42.99. If you download and install it today, it won't cost you a cent. Seriously, no strings attached!
CNET reviews the LG BD590, finding that it deftly handles Blu-ray playback, CD ripping, and streaming media services like Netflix from a single box, but you'll have to pay for that simplicity.
We've just reviewed the Alienware M11x and we absolutely adore it. With the US model appearing to cost significantly less than the UK version, however, are we in Britain being ripped off?
Digitary's WinX DVD Ripper Platinum normally sells for $30, but you can get it free today from Giveaway of the Day. Just make sure you install it before midnight.
A Wired blogger is accusing Apple of copying the user interface for its iBooks app from the iPhone book-reading app Classics.
Watch how Sharetones for Android creates ringtones out of music you already own.