So now that HTC and Verizon have gotten the software issues for the most part straightened out through updates (not entirely, my phone still randomly reboots a couple of times a week, but it’s MUCH better than the several times a day it was before), I am absolutely in love with my Thunderbolt. Every day, I learn more things it’s capable of doing. Today, however, I had one of those moments where you just have to smack yourself on the forehead with the heel of your hand. The charger is a USB cord with an Edison adapter. I’ve charged it with my laptop a dozen times or more. It never once occurred to me that it was capable of interfacing with my computer. I’ve been taking pictures, uploading them using the Photobucket app, then saving them from Photobucket to my laptop. Yes, in case you were wondering, my roots are blonde. Ah well…at least I’ve got it sorted out now, right?

Sometimes You Have to Admit Your Ignorance
bit-tech kicks it off with the Dynamode HD Media Player

eTeknix takes on Portal 2 PC

TechRadar takes a look at the Asus ML249H

KitGuru checks out some G.Skill 8GB DDR3 1600Mhz RipjawsX

Hi Tech Legion examines the Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 AM3+ Motherboard

MadShrimps presents Coolermaster GX450 vs Nexus Value 430, low-end PSUs battle

Guru3D shares its thoughts on the MSI GeForce GTX 560 Ti HAWK

TechwareLabs hooks up with the Synology DS411+ II NAS

Modders-Inc. chills out with the Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler

Technic3D gets its hands on the Zowie EC1 Gaming-Mouse

MissingRemote goes inside the Fractal Designs Define R3 Chassis

HotHardware sits down with the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook


To close out this selection, Metku tries on a Tritton PC 150 HDA Gaming Headset with 5.1 3D Sound

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