Techland Interview: Alex Trebek

Jeopardy host Alex Trebek has been dishing out answers in the form of questions since 1984. Trebek recently made a guest appearance in an online episode of NBC’s FCU: Fact Checkers Unit. Who better to check facts than the Father of Facts, himself?

In an interview with Techland, Trebek discusses his career, his thoughts on technology, …

Pentax K-5: Faster, Stronger, Friendlier

Following up on last week’s K-r announcement, Pentax has announced its Big Daddy DSLR, the K-5.

The K-5’s weather resistant body is similar – if not the same – as the K-7 except for a dial mode that sits a smidge higher for easier controls. Using Sony’s 16.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, the K-5 rattles off 7fps with an ISO …

18 iPhone Games To Keep You Occupied

Who doesn’t love lists? Certainly not this guy!

If you have an iPhone and have been itching for something new to play on your next cab ride, road trip, or bicycle ride, do we have a list for you! After hours and hours of focus group testing, we’ve compiled a list of 18 games that are worth the bandwidth and/or your hard earned …

Bazinga!: Unofficial Google Voice App Approved For the iPhone

PSA for iPhone/iPad Owners –

Sean Kovacs’ Google Voice app for the iPhone has been approved and looks to have been added yesterday. Looks as though the app is fully functional letting you send and receive SMS messages, playback voicemails, and toggle which calls are made through Google Voice.

Grab it now for $2.99 (iTunes) if …

The Facebook Phone Cometh?

Oh, Internet. You’ve gone mad with rumors again. It’s so unlike you!

Facebook is building a phone, says TechCrunch. Facebook is not building a phone, says Facebook. Facebook might not be building a phone but might have someone else build a phone that deeply integrates Facebook, says everyone else (including TechCrunch).

Here’s how …

Top Ten Monday Tech Deals

It’s Monday! Refubished iPads? Check. Sony Blu-ray player for $60? Check. More handpicked deals inside? Check, check, check.

Refurbished iPads: Starting at $449 (Apple)

"I believe I’ll wait for the refurbished iPads to come out before I buy one! Think of the savings I’ll enjoy!"

If that sounds like something you said, they’re here.

Peek 9 E-mail Device Promises Everything But Voice and Web

The first Peek device launched two years ago. At its very core, it resembled a thin BlackBerry that only did e-mail—no web surfing, no calls, just e-mail. It was priced relatively aggressively at $100 and commanded a $20-per-month service plan, though no long-term contract was required.

The newest version of the device, the Peek 9,

Paycheck Friday: Purchasing Suggestions For Your Perusal

It’s Friday! Maybe you just got paid. You could use that money for boring stuff like bills, rent, and food, or you could act like a wonderfully impulsive consumer and spend it on any number of products. Here are some ideas to get you started based on your taxable income bracket.

10% ($0 to $8,375)

At your pay scale, it’s the little

AirScouter Projects a 16-inch Display Directly onto Your Retina

Here’s a quick glimpse into what may be the future of head-mounted displays. Recently shown off in Japan, Brother’s AirScouter projects the equivalent of a 16-inch display directly onto your retina.

A company representative states, “This display creates a mysterious effect, making it look as if there’s a 16-inch screen floating …

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