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Netflix Announces That Its Now Primarily A Streaming Company

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has announced that the company will now focus mainly on its streaming services while still providing DVD-by-mail. Interestingly enough, the streaming giant already has a streaming-only plan in effect for customers in Canada, which is still in the stages of limited testing but it could become more widely available by the fourth quarter of this year. read more…

Sharp Announces 64-Inch LCD Display For Demonstration At CEATEC

Today, Sharp revealed their plans to put on a big event at CEATEC. Their featured presentation is the demonstration of a new 64-inch HD LCD display. This prototype is packing a resolution of 4096 by 2160 pixels, which is four times higher than that of regular high-definition displays. read more…

dB Logic announces new headphnes

In case you are looking for headphones in order to take advantage of the audio system on your cyber theater, take a look at the latest ones presented by dB Logic.

The upcoming dB Logic headphones are suppose to reduce the sound pressure which is usually made on the ears, and it makes use of SPL2 technology which doesn’t need batteries. read more…

Acer announces new LED TV: Acer AT4285

AT4285 is the codename of the new LED TV made by Acer which will become available for purchase next month, on October 2010.

Specification-wise the Acer AT 4285 features a Gorila Glass that will provide maximum protection against the screen in case something “bad” happens, and it also includes a HDMI port. read more…

Packard Bell announces two new LED monitors

Packard Bell has announced two new monitors on the Maestro lineup which are codenamed Maestro LED 220 and Maestro LED 240.

Specification-wise the new Packard Bell Maestro monitors are pretty normal, the LED 220 has a 21. read more…

LG announces a quartet of new LED-backlit displays

LG, makers of the LG 55LX9500 Television Review and 31-inch OLED TV has just put out 4 new LED backlit displays.

This is LG’s new quartet, the IPS2062T (20-inches), IPS226V (21.5-inches), IPS236V and IPS231P (both 23-inches). read more…

Toshiba announces Regza WL768 series

Regza WL768 series is the new addition of LED TVs developed by Toshiba which feature 3D technology and are available in two models of different sizes: 40-inch and 46-inch.

The Toshiba Regza WL768 series come with Full HD Edge and a LED panel that provides a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. read more…

Philips announces new PicoPix pico projectors

Philips is up to some interesting tricks with some projectors, the PPX-1430, PPX-1230, and PPX 1030.

All three models have a resolution of 800 x 600 as well as a contrast ratio of 400:1. The difference in the models range from power options, SD card slots, and such. read more…

Apple Announces New Apple TV Complete With Netflix, HDMI-Out And More

Apple is without a doubt one of the most hyped companies out there. Much of this hype can be asttributed to the massive cult following the company has accrued over the years. While the specs of most of their hardware is good enough to compete with the best, many Apple fanboys flock to the products due to their sleek looks and highly sought after features. read more…

IN Media Announces Set Top Box Integration with Android

IN Media Corp., the leading provider of IPTV based applications has opened doors to new realms through Set Top Box integration with Google’s Android platform. Company’s ROFL IP Set Top Box now offers direct game and app downloads from Google’s Android Market application store. read more…

Bluedot Announces A New Ultra-Portable Digital TV

Today, Bluedot Japan announced the upcoming launch of their newest ultra-portable, digital TV called the BTV-900. This device features a 9 inch (800?480) LED backlight display, a Japanese Digital TV tuner with EPG and B-CAS card reader, a stereo speaker and an AV input. read more…

Cablevision Announces TV And VOD Streaming For iPads And Other Network-Enabled Devices

Recently, Tom Rutledge from Cablevision announced that they will be offering broadcast TV and video on-demand services for network-enabled devices such as the iPad. Currently, the company is developing program guide software for Android and PCs as well. read more…

Yamaha Announces The New Aventage Series For A/V Receivers

Today, Yamaha announced the launch of a new product line of A/V receivers called Aventage, which features new models redesigned from scratch to deliver better performance. This new series will be the fourth one to date that the company has developed for A/V receivers. read more…

Mitsubishi Announces Launch Of The 75-LT1 For Japan

Recently, Mitsubishi officially announced their upcoming launch of the new 3D Full HD Laser TV known as the 75-LT1 for consumers in Japan. Of course, this massive TV set is equipped with Mitsubishi’s laser technology, making it top-of-the-line among other TVs on the market. read more…

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