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JR Cajigas
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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!

CES 2012 – Tobii Lets Your Eyes Do the (Mouse) Pointing

Computer navigation via gestures and hand movements was neat…..about 2 years ago. The next generation peripheral input is coming to us from Tobii’s Gaze eye tracking. Simply use your pupils

CES 2012 – Dropped Your Phone in the Toilet? P2i Could Have Saved You

P2i is not a standard household name, but the recently released Motorola Droid Razr should definitely be. All Droid Razr’s that leave the factory (even the one in your hand),

CES 2012 – Monster’s Star Studded Press Conference

 It is Day 0 at the International CES and the Venetian is already overrun by industry and press outlets. The press rooms are at/near capacity and the shared WiFi internet

Exclusive Dark Knight Rises Behind-the-Scenes – Bat Pod Joy Ride through Downtown

The next Batman movie has been filming in full swing these past 2 months in Downtown Los Angeles. These aren’t the boring dialogue scenes that we’re talking about, but full-on

Safe Skies TSA Luggage Lock Revisited

The Nerd Reactor crew recently made a business trip out to Atlanta for the legendary Dragon*Con cosplay fest. Check out our coverage here. With anything airfare related comes parting with

D*C: Nerd Reactor Takes Over Atlanta for DragonCon 2011!

DragonCon is a GO and Nerd Reactor has traveled more than 2,000 miles to celebrate in the mecca of East Coast cosplay. We were inspired to attend this cross-country convention

SDCC 2011: Sexy Tablet Talk with AMD VP Leslie Sobon was invited to have a one-on-one chat with AMD Vice-President Leslie Sobon at the Comic-Con AMD Press Lounge in the San Diego Omni Hotel. Leslie is tasked with world-wide StarCraft 2 Tournament – L2P by Observation!

With the popularity of StarCraft 2, it is not unheard of to see tournaments organized wherever gamers gather. Enter piqued our interest in being a tournament organized outside

Safe Skies TSA Luggage Lock Review

Let’s face it, if something is precious to you then you don’t let it leave your sight, and if it must leave your sight, you better have it locked down. We

SDCC 2011 – The Onsite Pre-Registration Fiasco for 2012 Passes

It is 7:00 am on the Friday of Comic-Con 2011 and I am sitting on the carpeted floor of the Hyatt Douglas Pavillion. Preregistration last year was easy enough, as

Gam3rCon presents Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog Live and Gam3rs: the Play

The expressions on our faces as my wine glass knocks from my hand and into the cement rooftop…followed by a frozen moment of stillness. One of the stars of the

New Alienware Laptops M14x and M18x Announced

Many will agree that Alienware computers are among the flashiest and sleekest gaming PC devices (just ask the girl next to me at Starbucks who noticed my M11x and called

WCKD Radio is Facebook’s First Online Radio Station for New Artists

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

The ‘Winning’ Babes of WonderCon 2011

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

“Handprint Identification, Please” – Imation Biometric Flash Drive

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

How a Mini Digital Scale Could Have Saved My Sardines

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

AT&T Acquires T-Mobile USA

  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

USB 3.0 Standard is Thunderbolted

  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

Net Neutrality – Packet Discrimination

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

Skype Group Video Calling Launched… with a Price

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