Two Minute Video: Visions of a 3D Point and Shoot Camera

The Finepix Real 3D W3 is Fujifilm’s second stab at a consumer-friendly point and shoot camera that takes 3D photos. While the first version met with less-than-favorable reviews last year, the W3 has slimmed down a bit and gotten a little easier to use so it should fare better this time around.

It’s still a niche product for a niche …

Two Minute Video: Quick and Easy Facebook Tricks

This whole Facebook thing might… just… catch… on. Until it does, here are a few simple tips and tricks you can use while you wait for the rest of your friends to join. I’ll show you how to make sure nobody but your actual friends can see what you’re up to, how to block your boss from seeing all your work-related complaints, how to …

Two Minute Video: Laptop Buying Tips

Whether you’re a soon-to-be college student looking for a new laptop or a grown adult looking to cash in on the bevy of laptop deals that retailers will be offering during the coming weeks, here are some quick and simple tips to keep in mind when shopping for a portable computer.

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Forget to Take Your Pills? Don’t Worry, They’ll Call You

Boston-based Vitality has developed a prescription pill bottle cap with a built-in wireless chip that reminds you to take your medicine at a certain time every day. If you forget, it’ll call you or text you. If you need a refill, there’s a button inside the cap that’ll call your pharmacy. The whole system works as simple as plugging in a …

Two Minute Video: eReader Meets Android Tablet with the Pandigital Novel

Pandigital’s second stab at a color e-book reader running on the Android platform will hit stores next month at a price of just under $200.

Specs include a 7-inch touchscreen with 800×600 resolution, 2GB of built-in storage expandable via SD cards up to 32GB in size, content from Barnes & Noble’s electronic book store complete …

Two Minute Video: How to Add RAM to Your Laptop

Upgrading the RAM in your laptop is one of the easiest, quickest, and cheapest ways to improve your computer’s performance. The actual process is super simple, though some computer shops charge upwards of $50 for what amounts to less than five minutes worth of work.

Check out the above video to see how it’s done.

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