TUAW's C.K. Sample, III reviews the Griffin RoadTrip, Scott McNulty provides a video podcast looking at his new iMac and Photo Booth, and David Chartier rounds up the top X requested iChat features.
The Wireless Weblog's Michael Sciannamea thinks Intel's claiming of WiMax success is a bit premature and says the numbers don't lie; music cellphones are not catching on. Plus, he believes EarthLink is the early favorite in the San Francisco wireless network sweepstakes.
The Gadling group takes you to Prague for an entire day. Then Erik Olsen gets the lowdown on paddling Croatia with Jon Bowermaster and Adrienne Wilson lets you in on Kosher safaris.
Slashfood's Sarah J. Gim gives us her five least favorite Thanksgiving side dishes and Stefania Butler makes soups the centerpiece of winter parties while Bob Sassone ponders the eight best Food Network Shows.
PVRWire's Todd Carter discusses TiVo's new partnership with Yahoo and reports on the DirecTV/NBC on-demand deal. Plus, Martin Conaghan discusses BT's effort to enter the British PVR market.
DVGuru's Randall Bennett presents episode One of DVguru's very own Vodcast, Zadi Diaz has some helpful tips for avoiding pesky timecode breaks, and Ajit Anthony has another helpful round-up of DV related tutorials.
Luxist's Jordan Running rolls out the barrel with a unique cedar sauna, Rick Reed find a nifty way to trim cigars, and Deidre Woollard takes a look at the Anthony Quinn estate.
The Outsource Reporter's Vibhav Nuwal says the Indian outsourcing boom could end abruptly and finds some emerging trends. Plus, did you know Garfield and Scooby have Indian ink?
HDBeat's Richard Lawler finds the largest indoor HDTV in Charlotte, Matt Burns is running for office to get a free plasma screen, and Kevin C. Tofel wants the details of how HD content will work on video iPods.
BBHub's Russell Shaw tells you how to reach a human at every U.S. BlackBerry cell provider's tech support, unveils the second BlackBerry 8700 to be released, and tells you about a BlackBerry software application where you can brush up on your Christmas song lyrics.
Droxy's Ryan Saghir sees that the HD Radio is on, but no one's home, and finds out Motorola's iRadio "Get Heard Network" is now live. Plus, He checks out NPRs new podcast brand alt.NPR.
Divester's Willy Volk wonders whether aliens caused the tsunami, while Bill Reals reels about chemical weapons, dumped at sea, which have made their way to the U.S. shore, and Erik Olsen marvels that some sharks aren't cold-blooded, after all.
Cinematical's Karina Longworth meets Sarah Silverman, and pisses off Huey Lewis in the process, Kim Voynar on Harry Potter's girlfriend, and Martha Fischer on Jessica Alba's horny maid problem.
Engadget's Ross Rubin Switches On the Sling Box for digital freedom and Peter Rojas hears the Palm CEO saying they're sticking with the Palm OS. Plus Peter and Ryan Block are going to be in Seattle in December and want to schedule a meetup on the 8th, do you want to go?