This week on the Gadget Lab Show, the gang takes a look at the new Roomba, chats about problems in the Apple App Store this week, and goes hands-on with a 41-megapixel Nokia smartphone.
This week on the Gadget Lab Show, the gang takes a look at the spoils of this year’s Google I/O conference: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Nexus 7 tablet, and the Nexus Q.
This week on the Gadget Lab Show, we go hands-on with the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, splash around with some Super Soakers, and take a look at the latest updates surrounding iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion.
The first season of The Aquabats! Super Show! delivered delightfully deranged comedy. It also greatly pleased its fearless leader, Aquabats vocalist The MC Bat Commander, better known to entertainment suits as Yo Gabba Gabba! co-creator Christian Jacobs.
Video: Wired’s best and worst of Electronic Entertainment Expo, now with slightly less silliness. Slightly.
I interviewed UCSD economist Gordon Dahl about one of his natural experiments ? the data-driven observation that an unexpected home-team football loss leads to a spike in domestic violence in the team’s home city ? for my book, Brain Trust. A recent review by Dahl in the journal Family Relations uses the natural experiments to discover how media affects families.
If you read Allison Arieff’s riff on hot trends in office design, you know that today’s designers and manufacturers are starting to address the physical and creative challenges facing us in our everyday working lives. But until we can get our paws on all of these slick new setups, we’re taking matters into our own hands. Sometimes our mods are cheap and dirty, other times high-end and sleek as all get-out. Now we want to see what you’ve done.
This week on the Gadget Lab Show, we take a look at the new Asus Zenbook Prime ultrabook, the MindWave Mobile Headset, and talk about Star Wars‘ recent 35th anniversary.
Even from 20 yards away, Eddie Borysewicz knew from the arch of the rider?s back that his position was off. The famed coach, who led the U.S. squad to nine Olympic medals in 1984, ending a 72-year drought, didn?t need to take any measurements. He didn?t need any tools. He didn?t even need the rider …
Kevin Smith likes to talk. He’ll riff for hours on pretty much anything — comics, farting, hockey, Bruce Willis, the general state of the internet — but mostly he likes to talk about movies. A lot. With people. And with his new Hulu series, that’s pretty much all he has to do. The master of the Star Wars reference talks at length about Spoilers, fandom and how the internet changed everything.