Posts tagged Tech
After the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa many fans were left scratching their head as to why FIFA had not yet adopted Goal Line Technology (GLT). Frank Lampard’s “no-goal” against Germany in the semi-final stands out, his shot deflecting off the crossbar and in before bouncing out of the More >
Hello again. Time for another grand adventure tech review from yours truly. Today, we take a look at the Black Diamond 3, in a partnership with Yantouch and Acase. At first glance you may be wondering, “What the hell is that?” While this little illuminated ball looks like the Epcot Center ball at More >
Remember Tamagotchis? The little pixelated creature that would take a digital shit in your pocket? Good times. Well, they’re back and now they have made their way onto your smartphone with the Tamagotchi Life App. It’s now available on the android market.
The new App brings back the classic look More >
The Nerd Reactor crew has survived yet another week-long ordeal at CES (Consumer Electronics Show.) Talk about being victim to the things you love, because at this concluding day of CES, I can say that the lasting impression that I have is in the form of fatigue, feet aches, brain aches, and sleep More >
Turn an iPhone 5 into a GoPro rig? Absolutely yes! Now possible with the VicamPlus.
Designer Lou Gu and partner Brent Duke have created something that might very well make the GoPro – go extinct. That’s of course if innovations towards smartphones, specifically the camera giblets in an Apple More >
How does spending a week in Vegas, surrounded by fellow nerds, the latest in electronics, and free swag sound? Well, our boys at Nerdreactor.com took a trip yet again this year to the most highly acclaimed technology convention on the planet, and have some winnings as well as future review items More >
As a gamer myself, I have my own suspicions of cloud-based gaming. The idea of simply streaming the footage of the games controlled from a server sounded like a gamer’s worst nightmare. The lag, the variable picture quality, and lack of configuration was completely out of the question for people More >
It’s no secret that Disney has always been at the cornerstone of innovation, or should I say Innovention? Huh?! Get it?! Ah, never mind. Anyway, I found this really cool video awhile back on a project that Disney’s Imagineers have been working on, and it is scheduled to make an appearance at a More >
Over here at NR we recently received a new pair of gaming headphones from Skullcandy. It has been awhile since Skullcandy has released a gaming headset. I vividly remember my friend purchasing one of their first models back in 2009. The manufacturer has changed a lot since then. In 2011, More >
What if this iPhone 6 design was the answer to what a lot of Apple and non-Apple enthusiasts have been waiting for? The iPhone 5 is just shy of being 4 months old. Mixed with heavy reviews and an industry leaning toward the blockbuster Samsung S III phone, it’s no surprise that the turn of the new More >
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013 is fast approaching with just over a week away of preparation time left. Thousands of companies will be in Las Vegas; some we are familiar with and many others that are trying to get our attention. However, all of these companies have one thing in common – More >
Logisys PC Remote Start / Reset Controller (model RMPC2), is about the coolest thing any PC rigger could add-on to their machine. This gadget takes a few minutes to install and is an enthusiasts dream. For those who might have their PC tucked under a table or have their HTPC hidden behind an More >
Long before Nerd Reactor, there was a television station that focused on not just gaming but also technology known as G4. It started back in 2005, and I have watched a few of the G4 shows like Attack of the Show (which introduced nerds to Olivia Munn), X-Play, and my favorite show More >
We try not to get into politics much here, but this is news worth looking at, if not celebrating. Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, announced that Apple will start production of one of its lines in America in 2013. Which line it is, we don’t know yet, as it always is with the tech giant’s tight-lipped PR More >
The next step to 4K Ultra HD-video is a step closer, for those who can afford it. Sony has unveiled that along with their $25,000 price tagged 4K Led TV (XBR-84X900) they will bundle exclusively to U.S. consumers a video player that is loaded with content at 4K resolution. Featured full length More >
Nerd Reactor received the new Game Capture HD PRO from the nice people over at Roxio. Being relatively new to capturing video for game consoles, the Roxio Game Capture HD PRO was my first chance to really cut my teeth into the technology. Being familiar with capture cards and other game capturing More >
Razer announces new upcoming line of gaming surfaces: Invicta, Manticor, Destroctor 2, and Megasoma 2
A brand that any hardcore or professional PC gamer knows all too well, Razer’s, products have always been known for two major points; design, and quality. While seemingly straying away from peripherals and into the mobile gaming market, Razer still manages to impress once in a while with something More >
Gaming on a PC has its various quirks. Primarily, you have to figure out what makes you comfortable when doing those multi-hour marathon sessions, whether playing a lot of Counter Strike, or just trying to get through a raid on WoW without wanting to stab the guildmate that keeps screwing More >
What do we know about digital storage other than we’ve all probably transformed it four or five times in the past ten years? There is the Floppy, HDD, Zip-drive, CD, Flash-drive, SSD, Cloud network, and even social networks that store our stuff. So much junk in the trunk Kanye West says – that More >
The iPhone 5 has launched, new iOS is downloadable, and rampant rumors are over – not quite. Even with Apple’s success and ongoing court litigation’s, a storm is forming for their new alleged product line.
An updated software for the second and third-generation Apple TV devices recently released More >
I think I’ve owned every type of earphones possible. Either they stopped working, or my pet rabbit chewed the cord, I tend to buy new headphones every few months – including JAYS earphones- which my pet rabbit considered a delicious snack. The good folks of JAYS sent me a pair of their new a-Jays More >
I recently downloaded the highly acclaimed mixtape No Idols by Domo Genesis and the Alchemist. What better time to test out a new pair of headphones from I-MEGO. The nice people over at I-MEGO sent me a pair of their Throne headphones. It is their new line of over-the-ear headphones that come in More >
One of my biggest fears as a kid growing up was waking to a baby Xenomorph trying to crawl its way out of my chest cavity. Recently, some tech savvy folks in Stockholm have created a really cool App that does just that, minus the painful death and the gaping hole in your chest.
Using the More >
Google+ finally took off their training pants and put on some big boy briefs by introducing their verified accounts and pages URL system. Just like Facebook and Twitter where custom brands and high profile people can uniquely secure an online front, Google is now in the process of doing the same More >
Neck and neck in court litigations over patents worth billions and shoulder to shoulder in campaigns to win the hearts of the smartphone consumers, but at the end of the day and no matter what Samsung or Apple achieve, being number two is never good enough. Now Samsung has its crosshairs on the More >