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JR Cajigas is a foodie by day and....foodie by night. In between meals he is a Tech Writer and Photographer. Yummers! Don't forget dessert! Nom nom nom nom!
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Not too long ago, Myspace was the mecca for new artists to showcase their music. When giant, Facebook, came along much of the social crowd was wooed away, yet Myspace still continued to cater to new artists and their music via their unique music interface.
Wicked Audio, otherwise known for their More >
There is something that you can always count on when Nerd Reactor is in attendance at your local convention. Now, our readers can enjoy the chilly San Francisco breeze as we did, but also drool and nosebleed as we did. For our Nerd Reactor readers’ viewing pleasure, we present to you….the ‘Winning’ More >
If Sucker Punch didn’t catch the movie lovers’ hearts, the eye candy surely did. With this in mind, I set my Google search to “Vanessa Hudgens” (oh don’t be clowning me, you know she looked gorgeous as Sucker Punch’s Blondie). At the top of my search, I quickly noticed her leaked, revealing More >
How nerdy can a luggage scale be? Not especially nerdy, but the stuff we carry with us to gaming and electronics conventions will matter to our luggage fees and our backs. At the end of the day at the Consumer Electronics Show I always had to carry my laptop and SLR, because as a writer and More >
As if the lackluster service at T-Mobile wasn’t hint enough of a downhill slump, T-Mobile has announced that it is being purchased by telecom giant AT&T. AT&T is the second largest wireless telecom service behind Verizon with over 95 million customers. After the acquisition, AT&T will shoot More >
Do you remember having to power down your PC and your printer before plugging it in? Before the days of USB, there was parallel and serial. USB was innovative because it introduced plug-and-play and was able to supply power to charge USB devices. Intel plans to revolutionize the device More >
Many of us should know the feeling: you are at work and when browsing the internet you reach a message “Content is Blocked.” Welcome to packet discrimination. The future of internet information is under heavy scrutiny but not by techies or nerds. Politicians have been battling in courts and are More >
Skype has announced the launch of their Group Video Calling feature for consumers and enterprises. The feature is part of the premium package, which costs $8.99 a month. If that costs too much, you can use it for a day for just $4.99. New users gets a 7-day free trial.
The good thing about the More >
The biggest news from the Intel Press Conference, Sandy Bridge core processors. These processors are the second generation of the Intel Core i7, i5, and i3 processors. This techy, but more importantly lively, press conference was kept upbeat through Mooly Eden’s upbeat delivery of facts and More >
MSI invited Nerd Reactor to an extreme computer overclocking competition they were hosting during CES. MOA (Master Overclocking Arena) 2011: Operation Las Vegas was also livecast via justin.tv and boasted over 800 viewers at one point. During this livecast, MSI was giving away full version codes More >
Live from the floors of CES (literally, I’m typing this from the conference room floor), LG just kicked off the CES Day 0 Press Day. The expected “hot” product this year is expected to be tablets to compete with the Apple Ipad. Although there were no breakthroughs in LG’s morning press conference, More >
As covered in a recent article, Nerd Reactor attended a pre-screening of TRON Legacy. It seemed that those that at least showed up 30 minutes prior to showtime was able to make it into the theatre. Although the organizer link mentioned that there would be no lines formed before 5pm, the crowd had More >
Actor/Comedian Leslie Nielsen is dead at 84 of pneumonia. Pneumonia may be caused by many ailments, but basically the body’s immune systems are in a weakened state causing foreign agents such as bacteria and viruses to infect the lungs.
In Leslie Nielsen’s long 60+ years career and more than 100 More >
The majority of the foot traffic for Long Beach Comic Con (LBCC) will predictably occur on Saturday. The pictures below speak for themselves, as cosplay is well alive for this Day 2 of the LBCC.
“Hackers” may have more or less disappeared from mainstream news, but the culture is well alive and it may even be active in your city. Scattered around the globe are clubs called hackerspaces where the philosophy is to make, break, and learn. Do-It-Yourself projects are taken into a whole new More >
The Wii is widely known for its party value with Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort at the top of every casual gamers’ list of party games. At this time, who really hasn’t had a chance to bowl a strike with Wii Bowling and the excitement that ensues.
On October 3, Nintendo will be releasing the new More >
Nerd Reactor will soon have a new face and we are going to introduce him in a grand way that our readers can actively partake in, with a SCAVENGER HUNT CONTEST! Is it a chicken? Is it a duck-billed platypus? You can get a sneak preview if you can find him hidden somewhere on NerdReactor.com. If More >
It’s that time of year again. Time to pack those bags, charge those camera batteries, and ready your cosplay outfits for Anime Expo (AX). This year will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) on July 1-4 and will be my fifteenth year of attendance. I thought I would draw from my More >