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History Channel to Launch Expedition Series in 3D Without Glasses

With a new series scheduled to be unveiled soon, the History Channel is making sure that its latest series will offer high quality visualization. And to do that, they have commissioned Magnetic Media Holdings Inc. read more…

Netflix is the largest source of Internet traffic in the US

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According to a new study done by Sandvine, Netflix now accounts for the majority if Internet traffic in the US, consuming in 22.2% off all traffic with its streaming service. Next up is BitTorrent, with 21. read more…

Dish Network to pay TiVo $500 million in petent dispute

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Dish Network, EchoStar and TiVo have been involved in an agonizing, 5 year long patent dispute where TiVo sued the others, claiming it infringed on several of their patents. Now though, it appears as if the companies are ready to move on, as Dish Network and EchoStar have agreed to pay TiVo $500 million to settle the case once and for all. read more…

Zediva sued by MPAA for streaming DVDs

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Zediva, the new, somewhat unknown streaming service, has been sued by the MPAA for streaming DVDs online. MPAA claims that Zediva doesn’t have the right to stream movies as it’s not a regular streaming service. read more…

Warner Bros. expands Facebook movie rentals to five films

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A few weeks ago, Warner Bros and Facebook started a movie rental program where you could rent and watch The Dark Knight on Facebook for your Facebook credits. Apparently that was a success and Warner is now expanding their lineup to five films; Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Inception, Life as We Know It and Yogi Bear. read more…

Sennheiser MX-65 VC Street II Stereo Earphones

In honor of February the 8th, we are pleased to bring you the “deal of the day”, so to speak.

This one involves some headphones from Sennheiser, the MX-65 VC Street II Stereo Earphones. read more…

Netflix for Boxee Gets Delayed, No Release Window Pegged

Just about every Internet connected media device now a days has access to Netflix. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering the mail-order/streaming video company has well over 10 million active subscribers. read more…

Comcast officially takes majority stake in NBC

After 13 months in regulatory review, Comcast officially owns NBC.

This deal gives Comcast 51 percent of NBC Universal with GE retaining 49 percent of the network. It was approved by the FCC nearly two weeks ago in a 4 to 1 vote. read more…

Klipsch Image S3 Noise-Isolating Earphones on sale on Amazon

Everyone could use a good deal, and here is a deal for you this weekend.

Some of you might be familiar with Klipsch, and the Klipsch Image S3 Noise-Isolating Earphones is one of their products. read more…

LG reports profits down 94 percent


LG, one of the biggest makes of TVs, stereo and electronics have announced their Q4 quarterly earnings, and they’re looking rather bleak. Profits were down 94 percent compared to the previous quarter, while sales were up almost 10 percent. read more…

MotionZone is a low-budget Kinect

Yes, we have reported on the Kinect a lot around here at Cybertheater, especially with its myriad amount of hacks.

Some of us, like me, don’t really want to shell out the few hundred dollars for an Xbox 360 and Kinect, so fortunately, there is a low-budget alternative known as MotionZone. read more…

Sony shuts down New Jersey Plant

Even though we just reported on a DiscGear Selector 100, it would appear that the days of discs, at least CD ones, are numbered.

Sony has just announced its plans to shut down its Pitman New Jersey plant on March 18th. read more…

Sanyo PLC-XU4000 Projector Now Available at $1,545

Sanyo is a leading projector manufacturer announcing new offerings just about everyday. Today is no different as the company has come forth to let us know that their PLC-XU4000 projector is now available for purchasing. read more…

Rovi sues IMDb for TV Guide patent infringment

Rovi, previously known as Macrovision, have sued IMDb and its parent company, Amazon, for violating some of its patents. Rovi acquired the patents through their buy-up of Gemstar. The patents cover a wide range of features, including “interactive program guides” and “purchasing products on-demand to scheduling recordings from a computer”. read more…

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