Gunnar Optiks, which bills itself as the premiere designer of digital performance eyewear, has a new set of glasses, the Legend, that helps reduce eye fatigue while gaming. We're giving away a pair.
Later this year, Gunnar Optiks will begin offering a collection of 3D glasses for the most widely used 3D platforms in gaming and video.
A pulsating country music video appears. The band claims it "ambushed" a Google Street View car to make it. Could this possibly be true?
A Georgia student texts: "Gunna be at West Hall this afternoon." Auto-correct, however changes the first word to "gunman." Pandemonium ensues.
Stupid Andy returns to the show and delivers an impressive cover of Christina Aguilera's "Genie in a Bottle" using just an iPad and the Classic Guitar app! Andy also shows off his new non-Apple tablet, so be sure to check out Wilson throwing a schoolboy fit in the studio in protest.Plus, be sure to listen to hear how you can enter to win a pair of Gunnar indoor eyewear!
Maker of digital performance eyewear says proprietary i-AMP technology helps relax the ocular muscles that strain to view text and images at a close distance.
European Parliament says the 800MHz spectrum is ideal for 4G--it easily penetrates walls and can travel long distances--so let's not look at opening it up as a chore.
Try these five helpful tips to help reduce or even prevent the discomfort caused by staring at your monitor all day.
The active-shutter glasses will work on any major manufacturer's TV when they arrive in June, according to the company.
With more 3D movies coming to theaters, some might be wondering if the 3D glasses they're putting on are really clean. Well, Good Housekeeping has the answer, and it won't make "Avatar" filmgoers too happy.