Reviews & Features

The Snoop In Your Browser: An Alternative

In my last post I said some companies do better than others at scrubbing your confidential search logs as time passes. Google appears to be the worst of the major search engines from a privacy point of view; Ask.com, with AskEraser turned on, is among the best.

But there’s a far better answer than looking for the search company that …

10 Retro Ideas To Make Star Trek 2 Great

While Star Trek writers JJ Abrams, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof might know what kind of movie they want the follow-up to 2009′s summer blockbuster reboot to be, it sounds as if they’re unsure exactly what the plot should be: Should there be klingons or Khan? What about an all-new villain to threaten the crew of the …

The Snoop In Your Browser

Everyone and his Big Brother wants to log your browsing habits, the better to build a profile of who you are and how you live your life — online and off. Search engine companies offer a benefit in return: more relevant search results. The more they know about you, the better they can tailor information to your needs. But you pay a …

Apple iPod nano (2010) Review: Better Than Expected

“There’s no way a 1.5-inch touch-screen is going to work.”

Famous last words.

Apple’s iPod nano has always been in an awkward position as the middle child in the iPod family. It’s never had the capacity, flair or diminutive size of its brethren but the sixth generation nano is something different. Think of it like the …

The Long Goodbye: Halo: Reach Review

Halo: Reach
Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
Developer: Bungie
Systems it’s available on: Xbox 360
ESRB rating: M for Mature
System reviewed on: Xbox 360

Chances are, you won’t be able to escape mention of Halo: Reach this week. The new video game will surely rack up hundreds of millions of dollars, and most gamers already know …

Review: Things Are Better In The Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D

Sometimes we have highfalutin notions about what we expect from our cinema. We expect that each film will give us a deep introspective into human nature, revealing the depths of our humanity giving us insights into the meaning of life. We want to drink red wine, eat cheese and discuss with our friends that one part that really made us …

The Best Tailgating Gadgets

Ah, Fall. Tis the season for football and food served in parking lots, among other things.

(More on Techland: Must-Have BBQ Gadgets)

Now that tailgating season is officially underway, we’ve gathered all the best gadgets and gizmos you’ll need to make the most of your experience. Some ingenious, some rudimentary – our list will …

13 Thoughts On Warehouse 13 2.10: Where And When

Visual references to Back To The Future, dialogue references to Total Recall and Bill and Ted and plot reference to Star Trek? Truly, the only thing this week’s Warehouse 13 missed was Huey Lewis and the News popping up to play “Back In Time.” Here’re 13 thoughts about this week’s time-bending “Where And When”:

1. Hello, Strange And

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