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Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton and Shannon Morse bring you hands on reviews of the latest gear, tips and tricks that improve the tech you already own and conversations with the most informative experts around.

SourceFedNERD's Trisha Hershberger joins Pat to discuss the weirdest things they stumbled onto while walking the show floor at CES 2014, including robotic seals for the elderly, a window-cleaning robot, a 'twerk machine' and more!
Patrick took a moment during CES 2014 to talk to Fw:Thinking's Jonathan Strickland about fuel cell vehicles, hydrogen tanks, zero-emission vehicles and more!
You've heard a lot about Roku TV at CES, but what about the actual interface? Patrick got a chance to see a quick demo of one such interface: the Hisense Roku TV. More Info: Roku's Roku TV announcement
3D printers are bigger than ever at this year's CES, and XYZ's Da Vinci might just be the cheapest one we've seen yet!
At CES 2014 this year, FLIR revealed their $349 FLIR ONE thermal imaging camera for the iPhone - a radically cheap version of a notoriously expensive product. Patrick spoke to FLIR president Andy Teich about how they were able to bring the price down.
While walking the show floor at CES, Patrick stumbled onto the booth for Kickstarter darling 3Doodler, the pen that lets you draw creations in midair that harden into plastic - available soon for $99!
Patrick visited the Sennheiser booth at CES 2014 and checked out their new high-end consumer headphones, DJ headphones, gaming headsets and more!
Patrick visited Corsair's booth to check out some of their new hardware for 2014: cases, liquid cooling, power supplies and more, including a cherry mechanical keyboard with individual RGB lights under every single key!
Valve revealed 13 different Steam Machines at CES 2014 this week coming from 13 different manufacturers - all of them completely different from each other. Patrick has investigated each one and chose the five boxes he's most excited about.
Patrick got some hands-on time with Sony's latest Xperia Android phone at CES 2014 this year - a device that sports a Snapdragon 800 processor, waterproofing down to 4.5 feet, a super-impressive 20+ MP camera and a lot more.
Antimicrobial Gorilla Glass might keep you from getting sick... will it repel Cheetos dust? NVIDIA drops a 192-core mobile super processor...Intel's new Edison processor...UHD? 4K? LG, Samsung and Sony race to jump start 4k content and more.
Patrick took some time at CES 2014 to talk to Oxide Games' Dan Baker about his experience with AMD's new Mantle graphics API, how Mantle compares to Microsoft's DirectX, and what might be coming next from the strategy game studio.
The olloclip Macro photo lens makes those close up shots with your iPhone or iPad a breeze. These lens kits install in a snap and feature a quick change system allowing your to switch to 3 and sometimes 4 different magnification options. Olloclip's preci
CES has always been a huge event for MakerBot, and this year is no different. This time around, they announced three new models: the new flagship Replicator, the Replicator Mini and the giant Replicator Z18 - a device large enough to print 18-inch-tall
Patrick shows off the well-built Anker Astro 6000mAh external Battery.
Patrick Norton reports from Samsung's CES 2014 press conference, bringing news on ultra-high-definition screens, curved screens and bendable screens (oh my), plus details on Samsung's SmartHome system, and, of course, Michael Bay's micro-meltdown.
This year at their 2014 CES press conference, Toyota announced the Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV): a hydrogen-powered vehicle whose only emission is water vapor going to market in 2015. Join Patrick for a look at the car, plus some of Toyota's announced specs,
Roku known for their ever popular line up of stand-alone media streaming devices, shook things up at CES 2014 this year. Enter: Roku TV, a TV with the Roku platform baked in and a few new extras that will surprise even veteran Roku users. Patrick Norton
LaCie kicked off CES 2014 by debuting two unique new USB storage devices: the Christofle Sphère, a 1 TB silver orb retailing for $490.00, and the Culbuto, a self-balancing USB flash drive disguised as a picture holder. Patrick Norton has the details.
CES 2014 is upon us, and a smartphone powerful enough to run Unreal Engine 4 might be just around the corner! Join Patrick Norton for details from Nvidia's press conference, including the announcement of their new 192-core smartphone/tablet Tegra K1 pr