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Netflix Streaming Now Available on Boxee Box

While there is a highly dedicated community of consumers who still prefers physical media many are making the shift towards digital media. This new age of entertainment is being ushered in by companies like Netflix who offer a large library of movies and TV shows to stream from the cloud. read more…

Roku Now Officially Supports USB Drives

Now that much of the content consuming world is making the shift towards digital media consumers everywhere are looking for ways to actually get that media onto their televisions. Luckily, there is no drought in hardware such as this as devices like Apple TV and the Logitech Revue offer a wide range of functionality such as Netflix, iTunes and more. read more…

Boxee Box Gets Updated With Vudu & More

There are many different home theater boxes that will give you functionality like streaming content, browsing the web and more. As of late two of the most popular have been Apple TV and Google TV powered devices. read more…

Google TV gets ARM

I believe that Google TV got off to a shaky start, and it would appear that Google is making some significant changes to make it better.

Google is planning on making a transition from Intel’s CE4100 to an ARM processor, which are cheaper than the Intel ones. read more…

Boxee Box will see VUDU and Netflix this month

A recent posting on Boxee’s blog has revealed that the Boxee Box won’t have VUDU or Netflix content until February.

Apparently, more time was needed because they wanted to “test each application to make sure they are ready for launch”. read more…

Everything is Okay with Logitech and Google TV

Remember when we reported about how Logitech is halting Revue production unless Google got its act together?

Apparently, there isn’t any a problem between to the companies. According to Logitech, their blog says that “all is well with the Logitech Revue”. read more…

Vidtonic wants you to get Android TV, on display at CES

For those of you who want more DIY action for your home theater might want to look into what Vidtonic is up to.

The company plans to show off what they do at CES, and they will show users how to build an Android TV. read more…

ASUS O!Play Mini player has USB 3.0

I have been invited to a Press Conference for ASUS at CES 2011, and I’ve heard that there will probably be Android tablets there from them.

It looks like there will also be an O!Play HD2 Mini Player (not to be confused with the O! read more…

Logitech halting Revue production until Google TV gets a revamp

Is it just me, or is Google TV in big trouble, or is it setting itself up for something even bigger?

I’ve just heard that Gigabyte, the company who makes Revue units for Logitech, is not going to produce any of the units from December 2010 until January 2011. read more…

Apple TV Gets 4.1.1 Update, Hopes to Fix Resolution Problems & More

With the latest version of Apple TV, Apple is looking to give consumers a viable option to get media out of the cloud and onto their television. This includes content from services like Netflix, YouTube and, of course, iTunes. read more…

Comcast Xcalibur brings search to cable boxes and web video

Comcast is trying to wedge in on Google TV and TiVo as they plan to test their own set-top box.

It is known within the company as Xcalibur, it apparently combines a DVR with “a unified search across cable VOD and the internet, plus social media tie-ins, but does not include a full web browser”. read more…

Boxee Box Gets Firmware Update

There are many different options for bringing media out of the cloud and into your home theater including both Apple TV and Google TV. However, another competitor is on the market and has been generating a fair share of followers dubbed the Boxee Box. read more…

Apple TV Getting Firmware Updated to Version 4.1

If you’re an Apple fan you already know about the new Apple TV. However, if you’re not familiar with this device it is a set-top box designated completely for streaming from popular services like Netflix and iTunes with no internal storage whatsoever. read more…

Roku hits 100 channels

We have reported a lot on Roku and their channels before, such as when they added Hulu Plus and PlayOn Feature.

It would appear that the Roku has just hit 100 channels. That’s pretty good, considering that it was 50 just a few months ago. read more…

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