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The Five Greatest Gadgets of All Time

For reasons unknown to me I’ve been asked to declare what I presume to be the five greatest gadgets of all time. No simple task considering the vast number of gizmos and doodads that have been feverishly churned out over the last millennia. But we’re not talking about things that have had some revolutionary impact on society, you …

Happy Thanksgiving From The AppleGeeks

What are we thankful for? We’re thankful for laptops and iPods with sleek interfaces. We’re thankful for how simple you make our computing lives. We’re thankful for the app store, so that we have something to do on long train rides. We’re thankful for the Mac Tablet (hint hint). We’re thankful for the old Apple IIGS, because how else …

BioWare Details PC Requirements and Something About DRM

Mass Effect 2 ships on January 26, 2010, and late last night BioWare announced the system requirements for those of you who game on the PC. DRM will be the same as on Dragon Age: Origins; if that’s something that matters to you.

Digital Rights Management (DRM) – The boxed/retail PC version of Mass Effect 2 will use only a basic

Exclusive: Citizen Rex #6

Citizen Rex #6

Writer: Mario Hernandez, Gilbert Hernandez
Artist: Gilbert Hernandez
Genre: Science-Fiction

After the explosive finish to the Blanc Masque gala, Sergio awakes to find himself . . . on a TV talk show? Secrets come out and dirty laundry is aired when Citizen Rex grants his final interview in ‘As the Nights Bite, So …

Star Trek PSN Movie Giveaway

We’re back with a brand new giveaway just in time for Turkey Day. The folks at Paramount and PlayStation have been kick-ass enough to provide TECHLAND with 30 PSN download codes. If you don’t have a PlayStation 3 then this contest doesn’t really do much for you. Sorry. But for those of you who do, this is your lucky day. We’ll …

FLO TV Personal TV: Being a Couch Potato Has Never Been Easier

There’s never been a compelling reason to have a portable TV on your person. Do we really need another way to rot our brains? FLO TV certainly thinks so. The Qualcomm-developed technology began appearing on a handful of mobile phones last year and offers live streaming and previously aired content from a variety of networks. The FLO TV …

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