The Sony VRD-MC6 is a standalone DVD burner that can capture video (and photos!) from just about any source, including camcorders, VCRs, and memory cards.
Hear from folks attending the Sex in Videogames conference--a meeting of game developers and marketers who aim to create adult entertainment for the next generation. Also check out some game play from the upcoming "Virtual Hottie 2," a game that simulates--well, you know.
Do a spot of spring cleaning and you're likely to find a whole stack of videotapes lying around forlorn, sad and forgotten at the back of a shelf or cabinet somewhere. What should you do with these tapes?
RCA's combo VCR/DVD recorder does a good job of archiving old VHS tapes to disc.
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CNET's Editor at Large Brian Cooley shows how digital video recorder technology is being integrated into a growing number of consumer electronics and other devices, allowing people to create their own TV line-up without the hassle of videotapes.
Tasul the polar bear is helping scientists collect valuable information on how bears are reacting to climate change by wearing a high-tech collar in her enclosure at the Oregon Zoo.
Although it's pricey, the Sony DVDirect VRD-MC3 is a boon for anyone who has lots of old videotapes but less time or tech skills to digitize them using a computer. Even better, it doubles as an external DVD burner, so you can use it with your PC long after you've transferred all those old tapes.
MegaUpload lawyer says redacted documents show U.S. government possessed little to justify seizing domain names or filing criminal charges.
Footage makes its way to YouTube after being unearthed in a basement. It shows Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in 1984, discussing the Apple I and II, and fondly recalling various high-tech pranks.
Rest in peace, Blockbuster stores. Long live Redbox, libraries, streaming services, and other alternatives.