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Twitter Soon Available on Internet@TV Service in UK

Samsung has revealed that Twitter will soon be available on its Internet@TV service and functional on the company’s LED 6000, 7000 and 8000 series televisions and 6 and 7 series LCD televisions. Internet@TV taps into the Yahoo! read more…

International Energy Agency Releases Disturbing Report

The International Energy Agency, which is based in Paris, has released a report outlining the future energy consumption of consumer electronic devices, and it doesn’t look good. By 2030, consumer electronics, which includes flat panel televisions, will consume 1,700 terawatt hours – which is what Japan and the US presently consume in total home electricity. read more…

Panasonic Lost $3.95 Billion in 2008

The financial crisis strikes again and this time it’s Panasonic that’s reporting an impressive loss. The company reported no less than $3.95 billion in losses. Boy did we think Sony was in big trouble with its $1. read more…

YouTube adds 3,000 movies to streaming service

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Google and YouTube have officially entered the movies streaming wars with Netflix, iTunes and others: Google has announced that it has struck a deal with movie studios NBC Universal, Sony Pictures and Warner Bros to bring over 3,000 movies to stream on YouTube. read more…

Marvel animated series coming to Netflix streaming


Netflix has inked yet another streaming deal, this time with Marvel Comics, where the Netflix will stream Marvel’s animated series on Netflix Instant, some will be available in HD, like Iron Man: Armored Adventure. read more…

Netflix to continue their international expansion in 2011


Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was pleased with the company’s expansion to Canada, and has now informed movie lovers around the world that Netflix will continue their international expansion in 2011. read more…

Hulu Could Debut On Google TV

During the TV event for Logitech and Google TV, Hulu decided that they were “allowed to tell Gizmodo” that they and Google are currently negotiating a possible partnership. Thus, bringing the popular online free video streaming site to Google TV. read more…

New Apple TV to have access to Netflix?

Maybe it is true, maybe it isn’t, but the rumor is that the upcoming Apple TV will have Netflix access.

If you think about this scenario – Apple TV + Netflix – it makes sense because Steve Jobs really needs to provide a good experience when it comes to rental of movies and this can be accomplished thanks to Netflix and its services of rental and streaming movies. read more…

EIZO CG223W price and release date

We mentioned the EIZO CG223W LCD Monitor about one month ago but at that time we didn’t have information about the exact price tag or release date.

The good news is that EIZO has announced those details and with that being said the CG223W will cost close to $1,200 and will be released in late April 2010 for the European market. read more…

Your Plasma TV Gets Dimmer With Time

Now here’s a bit of a surprise most of us didn’t think about–that big new plasma television that you shelled out a few hundred bucks for today will get dim with age.

There was this reader over on the AVS Forum who was measuring the black level on his new set and discovered, much to his surprise, that it was actually diminshing as time went on. read more…

Samsung to Showcase Groundbreaking Technologies at ISE 2010

Samsung SP-F10M Samsung H03 that has already attracted immense notice at CES 2010 will now be showcased at the Integrated Systems Europe 2010. This 30 ANSI lumen pico-projector will be accompanied by another 1,000 ANSI lumen LED-based data projector, the Samsung SP-F10M. read more…

Samantha Tumpach Freed: Twi-Pirate No More

A success for decency and good common sense comes today, folks, as the alleged Twi-Pirate, Samantha Tumpach, saw dismissal of all charges by the Cook County prosecutor’s office.

Tumpach was alleged to have recorded less than four minutes of the movie New Moon, the newest installment in the Twilight Saga, when theater owners called the cops and they descended like an angry horde on the theater. read more…

Streaming Video Goes A Bit Too Far

Parents in the audience–you know what a great day it was when your young son or daughter burst forth into the world, and how much you longed to tell everybody about it.  Fathers, you looked forward to back-slapping congratulations as you handed out the ceremonial cigars (or possibly the bubble gum variety if you’re being more healthful). read more…

Comcast to Buy NBC Universal?

You probably weren’t expecting this but Comcast and General Electric are negotiating over NBC Universal. If everything goes well, Comcast will end up owning 51% of NBC Universal in the near future. Unfortunately things aren’t as smooth as they appear. read more…

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