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Cancel your weekend plans. Come to think of it, cancel next
weekend's plans, too. You're about to score a boatload of top-rated
(and genuinely great) games for an embarrassingly low price. Your
free time is no more.
For a limited time, the Humble Origin Bundle offers six top-rated
Electronic Arts games for whatever price you want to pay.
(Well, there's a $1 minimum.) And if you beat the average
(currently a mere $4.74), you get two additional titles.
The vast majority of bundles I see are for indie games -- many of
which are great, yes, but there's a reason games like Battlefield 3
sell a gazillion copies. And there are times when you want to know
exactly what you're getting, which can be difficult with the indie
I've long been a fan of Bluetooth speakers, which pair wirelessly
with your smartphone or tablet to provide a kind of self-contained
Sonos system: Your music library, plus services like Pandora and
Spotify, streamed to any room in the house.
However, with rare exception, these speakers tend to be small
and underpowered, which is problem if you want to use one in, say,
a large room or at the beach. Or to serve up tunes at a noisy
The Braven 850 is a portable Bluetooth speaker that's
surprisingly powerful given its compact size. I've been playing
with one for the past couple weeks, and it's a terrific product. In
fact, it's my favorite Bluetooth speaker to date.
The 850 measures 9.5 x 4 x 2.8 inches, roughly the same
size as the more celebrated Jawbone Big Jambox.
Modern home theaters run on HDMI cables.
They're used for just about everything: game consoles, cable
boxes, Roku boxes, Blu-ray players, Apple TVs, home-theater
receivers, and on and on. Heck, if you run out of HDMI inputs on
your TV, you need an HDMI switch--which itself requires an HDMI
Unfortunately, many people make a mistake when the time comes
to buy an HDMI cable: They venture down to the local big-box or
electronics store and pay $20, $30, sometimes even $50 for
Every self-respecting couch potato needs an Apple TV or Roku box. Ah, but
which one? The answer might surprise you.
In case you're unfamiliar with these products, they're each
about the size a hockey puck, each intended to plug into one of
your HDTV's HDMI ports.
Both boxes stream content to your TV from a variety of
sources, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Pandora. Neither
requires you to pay any extra monthly fees except for the regular
costs of services like Netflix and Hulu Plus. And both can be had
for under $100 (more on that in a bit).
I've used an Apple TV and various Roku models for a while now,
and I'll profess to loving them equally. That said, each has its
pros and cons, and those are worth considering as you weigh your
Let's start with Apple TV.
Time to bid goodbye to 2011, as exciting a year in technology as any I can remember. Last week I told you about my favorite products of the year; now let's talk about the technology trends that helped make it so memorable.
Last week I listed the top five video game-related items that should be on every gamers wishlist this season. I also mentioned that many games will be seeing price drops over the next few weeks. Well, the drops have begun and two big A-list games have already gone cheaper.