Even though a documentary about the fall of Detroit is super depressing, Carlos thinks you should watch it.
Carlos and Jason are joined by Alex Cocilova to talk about Monaco, Bravest Warriors, and the clothes they wear on TV.
With a price tag of $2000, you have to be a pretty dedicated bird watcher (or peeping Tom) to justify buying Sony's nifty digital binoculars.
Carlos, Jason, and Alex finally get to break down the whole ending of Bioshock Infinite. If you haven't finished the game, you'll want to skip most of this one.
Scuttlebutt says the next Xbox's announcement is coming in late May. We drop a few ideas in the suggestion box.
GDC 2013: A growing trend among game developers shows everything becoming socially connected, but Facebook games drop out of favor.
It's a smorgasbord of online entertainment in this weeks' Play This podcast, from the Veronica Mars movie kickstarter to the reason why Downton Abbey is so good.
The gang has just about finished watching Netflix's new original series House of Cards, and they think it's pretty great.
Despite running for two hours, Sony's press conference left a lot of unanswered questions about the PlayStation 4. A day later, we have a few more details.
In a lengthy presentation, Sony executives announced the PlayStation 4 and brought up several partners to demo games for the new console.
Carlos and Jason welcome Adolfo Foronda of Nerdstalker to the podcast. They discuss bionics, Michel Gondry, Ni no Kuni, Studio Ghibli, and UFC.
Carlos and Jason are joined by fellow TechHive writer Armando Rodriguez to talk about all the stuff we're streaming and playing this week.
It’s day two of CES 2013, and the avalanche of tech continues unabated. See what made news in our video wrap-up.
New material used for protecting Air Force jets can now protect your phone or tablet.
Energy in an emergency is crucial, and the Yeti 150 can extend your backup reserves with an optional solar panel, making it a powerful ally when the lines go down.