On Gear Live: ZTE Tempo X Smartphone Giveaway!

  • STICKY POST

Find Our Latest Video Reviews on YouTube!

If you want to stay on top of all of our video reviews of the latest tech, be sure to check out and subscribe to the Gear Live YouTube channel, hosted by Andru Edwards! It’s free!

Latest Gear Live Videos

FreeFlatScreens.com Sony Wega Proof When the free iPods site became known, many were quick to write it off as a scam, even after proof was presented to show otherwise. Soon after, the free flatscreens promotion started, and again people cried foul. Well, to all the doubters (along with the hopefuls), Gear Live brings you proof of the validity of this promotion. Click for more.

Click to continue reading Sony Wega Received: Free Flat Screens Proves To Be True

Gallery: Sony Wega Received: Free Flat Screens Proves To Be True


Advertisement

Explorer 8000 DVR ReviewThis machine will forever change how you watch TV.

That's a pretty bold statement, I know. And to make things bolder: Since TV is so closely tied to our lives, this product will also change your life overall. There, I said it. In the past couple of months, I've concluded that no one should be without some form of DVR in their homes. While TiVo and ReplayTV are perhaps more widely recognized, you simply can't deny the convenience and flexibility that comes out of this box, called the "Explorer 8000" directly from the folks at Scientific Atlanta and Time Warner. Click the link for Hector's review.

Click to continue reading Time Warner Explorer 8000 DVR Review

Gallery: Time Warner Explorer 8000 DVR Review


NEC PlasmaSync 61XM2+/S TV
NEC has recently released the absolute most gorgeous plasma displays I have ever seen. They are two 61-inch wide plasma monitors from the PlasmaSync(TM)61XM2+series (a grey bezel model, and a silver bezel model) that are equipped with "Enhanced Split Screen" ability - a high quality, high performance Double Picture function.

Read the Review | ExtremeTech

Gallery: NEC 61-Inch Plasma TV Reviewed


Fahrenheit 9/11 P2PIt seems that Michael Moore is either a really brash SOB, or really has it out for Bush to the point where he doesn't even care about profit:

"I don't agree with copyright laws, and I don't have a problem with people downloading the movie and sharing it ... as long as they're not trying to make a profit off my labor," Moore said in a recent interview. "I make these movies and books and TV shows because I want things to change, and so the more people who get to see them, the better."

Okay Michael, if you say so.

Gallery: Michael Moore Wants You To Download Fahrenheit 9/11 Via P2P


Advertisement