Time once again to gather 'round and reflect on the day that was, and bring you such highlights as Hack-A-Day's Eliot Phillips taking us step-by-step through building a powerful, upgradeable, $1000 home theater PC. We also heard some murmuring about supposed-"potentially catastrophic" bugs in the Core Duo processor, found out that Netflix will, surprise surprise, support both HD DVD and Blu-ray, and saw some rather spirited debate regarding an iris-scanning trial program at three New Jersey elementary schools. Plus, podcast producer, video whiz, and all-around multimedia-head Randall "Dexter" Bennett broke us off a super-sweet video recap of shiny CES gadget goodness.
- NJ elementary schools implement iris-scanning building access
- How to undervolt your laptop for longer, cooler performance
- Michael Leung's "Hardwood USB" flash drives
- Sony adds Vaio F TV laptop for video on the go
- T-Mobile's SDA and MDA get prices and dates
- Jens of Sweden MP-500: audio, video, bling
- 3's WePay rewards users for taking calls
- New Sony CMOS promises higher resolution on smaller sensor
- Pentax's waterproof Optio WPi reviewed
- Netflix to support HD DVD and Blu-ray
- Starbucks asks: coffee, tea or MP3?
- Swissbit bumps their knives to 2GB
- Core Duo bugs: crisis or commonplace?
- "To Reach Hell, Press #": Stephen King's CELL hits soon
- California residents must recycle dead gadgets
- Asahi robot bartender chills and pours
- O2's XDA Atom reviewed
- Since you're up, could you bring HRP-2 something from the fridge?
- TRENDnet's TBW-103UB WiFi and Bluetooth dongle