Olympus 1050 SW Camera Review »

The new Olympus 1050 SW is a point and shoot with a few interesting features, one of them being something called "tap control" that allows you to take a picture by tapping any side of the camera. It's also waterproof, freeze-proof, and drop-proof up to realistic thresholds.

Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.

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Flip Mino HD Review »

If you need a seriously light camcorder that shoots in 720p and has 4GB of storage, which equals roughly 60 minutes of footage, then you should check out our review of the Mino HD camera from Flip, which can be found for under $300.

Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.

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Samsung BD-P1500 Blu-ray Player Review »

If you're not upgrading to Blu-ray via the PlayStation 3, you might be interested to find that the BD-P1500 Samsung Blu-ray player is under $200. If you are, you might find this a decent gift for a non-gaming movie lover in your clan.

Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.

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Livescribe Smartpen Review »

The Livescribe Smartpen is a digital voice recorder, combined with an ink pen that allows you to upload to your computer whatever you've recorded and with the infrared camera on the tip, you can check your work as you write. So, is it worth the $150 price tag? Watch today's Tech Review for answers.

Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.

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Motorola Krave Review »

You thought it couldn't happen, but Motorola has introduced a flip phone with a touchscreen, and we'll let you know whether or not this Verizon-tied phone with a 2 megapixel camera, and easy access to V-cast is worth the $200 price tag.

Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.

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Despite a faltering economy, Japanese consumers are choosing to buy Blu-ray DVD recorders more than the standard definition counterparts. That's according to GfK Retail and Technology, a market research company that monitors point-of-sale transactions globally.

As early as October, 2007 the percentage of people choosing Blu-ray over other formats was only at 10% in Japan. Of course, HD-DVD was not yet dead and the price point for the technology was just too high for most consumers to make the leap.

But in the face of falling prices, some movie fans are finding it necessary to make the upgrade. So, what about you, are you planning to make the transition to Blu or have you already?


Tags: Movies, Products, Tech

It's believed that Microsoft's CEO, Steve Ballmer, may surprise attendees at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next month with the announcement of a Zune-style media-device in his keynote address.

This new media device will feature combined design elements from the T-Mobile Sidekick, a physical keyboard with a larger screen, and probably multi-touch capabilities, as well.

While Microsoft has been quite adamant in the past about being uninterested in building a phone, it cannot deny Apple's enormous $4.6-billion in iPhone revenue.

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CEIVAlife Digital Picture Frame Review »

Since it's gadget gift month, we thought we would let you know about a pretty good digital picture frame from CEIVA that has Wi-Fi and phone connectivity, a built-in memory card reader, and a max resolution of 1280 x 960. Is it fit to hold your precious memories? You'll see.

Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.

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Samsung Omnia Phone Review »

It's Tech Review time and our review of the new Samsung Omnia phone might peak your interest with it's large touchscreen, support of Windows Mobile, 5 megapixel camera, and built-in Wi-Fi.

Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.

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Jabra BT530 and SP700 Reviews »

It's good to go hands-free, especially if it's illegal not to while driving in your area, and that is why Chris Hardwick and Kevin are going to let us know what they think of the new bluetooth headset and speaker systems from Jabra.

Look below the cut for the written review from Attack of the Show.

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For a movie that's not even out yet on iTunes, The Dark Knight is leaving the others in their dust, as buyers on have made it the best-selling movie download this year.

And these are just the pre-orders.

TDK has beat out WALL-E, as well as Kung Fu Panda, Iron Man and National Treasure: Book of Secrets to come out on top.



One Billion Mice for Logitech


Posted December 3, 2008 - By kijibe

In spite of what analysts claim--that in three to five years, the mouse will probably become obsolete--for now, Logitech has something to be very proud of.

They have produced their billionth computer mouse. Gartner analyst, Steve Prentice, lauded this as a "tremendous achievement, [as] it speaks volumes to the success of the mouse."

Mr. Prentice, believes the multi-touch interface will eventually phase out the need of the mouse, as well as facial and movement recognition.

Logitech's general manager, Rory Dooley, on the other hand, thinks innovative technologies don't have to be mutually exclusive of the computer mouse.

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Tags: Products, Tech

With the success of Beats headphones, Monster has come out with earphones so superior that Dr. Dre is endorsing these too.

For $149.95, Monster Beats has tangle-free cables and sound-isolating eartips with sonic boom bam bop.

Monster has also patented a magnetic flux tube which is suppose to reduce interference while preventing any audio loss. Maybe you can justify the price with the 24K gold contacts built for best quality signal transfer and to prevent corrosion.

And finally, the color. No more white earphones. These are red and black. What hip hop or metal dude comfortably rocks white? C'mon!



Tags: Music, Products, Tech

'Dr. Horrible's' Amazon Exclusive


Posted December 2, 2008 - By kijibe

Don't know what to get as a stocking stuffer?

Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, one of the best super-villain musicals, is coming to DVD and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.com.

It's going to be released on December 19 so order it now if you wanna sing-along. The DVD is priced at $13.49 and pre-sale is guaranteed. Fa-la-la-hah-hah-laaaa!

Pre-Order HERE

LucasArts Becomes Deluxe Art Book


Posted December 1, 2008 - By kijibe

Since its birth 25 years ago, LucasArts has secured a place in video game history through storytelling and innovative technology.

Say what you will about its current works, but it's undeniable that their Star Wars and Battlefront II games generated not only legions of followers, but awe-inspiring fun.

So it stands to reason that their illustrious history should be captured by a compilation titled, Rogue Leaders: The Story of LucasArts.

Written by Rob Smith, it follows via "never before published interviews," and 300 pieces of "concept art, character development sketches, and storyboards".

And it's quite comprehensive too, with Monkey Island to Star Wars to LEGO games being covered in this publication by Chronicle Books.


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