Super-Secret Spy Lens (Video Junkie, under $50) So often ethics, morality, and general anxiety disorder get in the way of a great photo. Not so with the Super-Secret Spy Lens, which attaches to the lens on the end of your DSLR camera and allows you to shoot left, right, up, or down (it swivels 360 degrees), all while looking like you're shooting straight ahead. It doesn't affect the quality...
It's not like geeks really need another reason to stay home and watch movies in their pajamas while surfing the Web on their laptop and eating snickerdoodles on the sofa, but here are six more anyway. The folks at Download Squad have compiled a list of six DVDs to make your favorite tech nerd happy this holiday season, ranging from the story of a robot who finds love in 'WALL-E,' to a...
Flip MinoHD (Traveler, Under $250) Flip Video has virtually cornered the market on low-cost video cameras, simply because they make them better than anyone else: they're simple enough for a grandma to figure out, built rugged enough for a child to handle, and look nice enough that you'd actually carry it around. The latest edition to their Flippin' family is the MinoHD, which weighs just 3.3...
Vizio VOJ370F 37-inch HDTV (Video Junkie (TV/Movies), Under $1,000) As the economy comes crashing down upon us all like a financial tsunami, feel special pity for the TV manufacturers who have had to drop their prices through the floor just to stay afloat. Vizio's low-cost line of HDTVs already garner top reviews in terms of bang-for-buck, and their 37-inch model is criminally cheap for what...
Netflix.com (Video Junkie, Under $100) The premiere DVD rental-by-mail service has gotten so tempting it's bordering on the criminally insanely awesome. Netflix fans?and they are legion?already love that they can create a wish-list queue of movies and TV shows online, and then have them arrive a day or two later in their mailbox for to watch (or horde, as the case may be) at their leisure...
Netflix.com (Video Junkie, Under $100) The premiere DVD rental-by-mail service has gotten so tempting it's bordering on the criminally insanely awesome. Netflix fans?and they are legion?already love that they can create a wish-list queue of movies and TV shows online, and then have them arrive a day or two later in the mailbox to watch (or horde, as the case may be) at their leisure with no...
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