Even at $16,425, it only works with a few titles so far.
D-Box is a new technology that synchronises your theatre seating with the onscreen video and sound to literally make you move with the action.
Even if you think you're a fast driver, there's always more to learn. That's why I spent a day relearning how to drive at the Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif.
Comcast and TiVo's long-running negotiations (think five years, people) to bring TiVo software to Comcast's set-top boxes is now officially dead. As are TiVo's hopes, as far as we're concerned. Also, CNET may have tipped off Sony to yet another planned attack this weekend, and good news! They stopped it! Bad news: PSN and Qriocity may not be fully operational until May 31. Also, a civil war seems to be brewing over at Anonymous, and you can't pay attention because you have too much brain. --Molly
Wilson Tang from the 404 joins us in studio to hack away at all the tech news along with host of the week Mr. Brian Tong. Hackers are threatening a third attack on Sony which may cause consumers to think twice about adding their credit card information onto any site in the future despite the 1 million dollar insurance policy that Sony will take out for every user. The LastPass CEO explains how their system was hacked in detail while video game developer David Braben creates a USB stick sized PC for $25 which we all want. And we find out if the Chrome OS notebook will blend. Will it blend?
For the truly hardcore, D-Box will distribute a special first-person-shooter vest that will let gamers to feel each shot as it lands.
It's like playing games while balancing on an exercise ball.
These leather recliners have built-in actuators that pull you into the onscreen action by rocking you around in sync with the movie's movement and sound.
The mother of all "Star Trek" home theaters.
German-made game station can be built with various color choices and personal specs for integration with any decor.