While the TV will remain the device of choice for Olympics-junkies, it’s no longer the only way to stay connected to the games.
Your HDTV isn’t just a great TV, it’s a great way to listen to music, browse photos, surf the net and stream videos. Want to know how?
A high tech solution for keeping wandering dogs off your lawn.
If you’re planning to cut the cord on cable, you’ll need a way to grab those free over-the-air HD signals.
Not sure how to manage what your kids are playing in the home? You’re not alone, so here I suggest a few tips to keeping violent video games under control.
Checking out your favourite YouTube videos and watching Netflix has never been easier, and we have gadgets like these to thank.
Created entirely using an iPhone 4 and iPad2 (and edited with iMovie for iOS), in this how-to video, you’ll learn the basics of movie making using some cool accessories and apps while editing it all on the iPad 2.
The Roxio Game Capture is an easy way to capture video from game consoles, media players and other high definition sources and save it to your PC.
The Splashtop app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad has taken the top spot among paid software at the iTunes App Store — in 48 countries — as it’s the first that lets you remotely access your PC’s files and media (video, music, games, and more) anywhere in the world.
Before hiding a tangled mess of cables where the sun don’t shine, consider one of these chic alternatives.