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Logitech Squeezebox App comes to iOS

Previously, on Cybertheater, Logitech Squeezebox App came to Android. It should come as little surprise that it is now on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch now.

For those who are unaware of the Squeezebox player collection, it includes the Radio and Duet, and they allow the streaming of music content throughout the home with Pandora, Slacker, and any other App that is popular right now. read more…

Logitech Squeezebox Controller App comes to Android

Some of you might remember when we covered that whole Squeezebox Controller from Logitech before, and you’ll be pleased that it has come to Android.

This Application is able to access the user’s home Wi-Fi in order to control all the Squeebox players from the phone or the tablet. read more…

Nursery Rhymes with StoryTime

Once in a while comes an app that will definitely raise eyebrows and for good reason, too. Case in point, we have the Nursery Rhymes with StoryTime here which will rely on a new kind of reading technology where parents are able to tell stories to their children regardless of where they are. read more…

DirecTV App for the iPad now available

DirecTV is always out to try and give something new to its customers, like DVR YouTube Streaming and possibly Sunday Ticket.

Something entirely new happened this morning, and it was very unexpected. read more…

CueThat makes it easy to add on the Web to a Netflix Queue

For those what want to make the Netflix Cue even easier, you might be interested in a development from Big Kitty Labs known as CueThat.

CueThat is a browser plugin and bookmarklet that allows you to automagically add any movie title you find on the web to your Netflix queue. read more…

Netflix coming to Android, but not where you might want it

This is news for those who want to watch Netflix on Android.

It is coming to the platform, but there isn’t any clarity on what devices that it will show up on. In other words, you can get Netflix for Android, but you might only be able to get it for your Android phone or tablet. read more…

Google working with YouTube to get more recent movies on it

I’m sure that we know that YouTube is putting out a lot of full-length films, similar to the Hulu.

It would appear that Google is wanting to offer more as far as full-length films are concerned. read more…

NVIDIA 3DTV Play and PowerDVD 3D

For those who have a Home Theater PC, and is powered by NVIDIA might be able to simply use this software and be able to have 3D video content at last.

This software is free for those who already own the NVIDIA 3D Vision kit, but for those who don’t have them, then it is about $40. read more…

Adobe Officially Offers Their Flash Player 10.1 For Download

Well, Abode has finally made it official that Flash Player 10.1 is now ready for people to download. They just started making it available on their web page. This is quite interesting, considering that the new flash program had already reached Release Candidate status two months ago. read more…

Netflix Stealth gives HD streaming to both PC and Mac

If you want to do more Netflix Watch Instantly streams, then you don’t have to get a set-top box.

No, you can stream 720p-encoded titles to Macs and PCs. You will have to mouse over the titles to see which ones are available, and I heard that the selection isn’t that good. read more…

Hulu considering a charge for some of their services

I’m sure that we have all used Hulu to see the most recent shows that we have missed, but Hulu is considering kicking this service up a notch. In other words, it would have the last 20 episodes of your favorite show on deck. read more…

TwonkyBeam-Weird Name, Awesome Idea

I know talking about something with a name like TwonkyBeam is sure to draw some eyebrows, but this really is an awesome idea.  Basically, someone finally realized that the Internet is jam packed with awesome entertainment options of every stripe and description. read more…

Macrovision Released Now as Rovi

Macrovision is ready to make some significant changes to its business. The company will be known from now on as Rovi and it should be available sometime next year. Rovi will offer you a new guide, the Liquid, and a full DLNA client which will offer access to various content like the Slacker radio, YouTube XL, Blockbuster OnDemand and CinemaNow. read more…

Movavi Launches Video Converter 8 Software

Video files come in different file types these days and normally, the need for conversion becomes a need, especially if you lack codecs or proper players to play them back. Now while there are a lot of converters available for download online, consistency may be a problem as far as which proper file type output will be done. read more…

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