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LG brings Cinema 3D tech to monitors

LG seems to be doing a lot of stuff with display technology, like their E2770V-BF 27-inch 1080p Monitor as well as their 47 inch transparent LCD-IPS displays. Now, LG is bringing its Cinema 3D to monitors. read more…

NBC Live brings a whole new dimension of network content to the iPad

Some of you might remember a show known as MyGeneration, which only lasted two episodes on ABC. I have no idea what the show was about, but it had an iPad App that went along with it that took audio cues from the show and was very interactive TV. read more…

Time Warner Cable iPad App brings back channels that were once lost

We reported on the Time Warner app for the iPad, and how it has some troubles with certain channels. The App recently got more channels, but Fox didn’t want to be part of the party.

Fox removed several channels from Time Warner’s live TV app, but has added most of them back again. read more…

Cablevision Optimum brings hundreds of channels and VOD to the iPad

For some reason, I keep hearing word about Time Warner’s iPad app, and how channels are being added and possibly subtracted from it. This would be the first time I am hearing about Cablevision Optimum and their plan. read more…

Time Warner Cable brings more channels to iPad App

We have reported on Time Warner Cable before, and the problems it has been having with getting channels. One in particular is Fox, but there is more channels added.

In fact, there are about 24 new ones added, sixteen of them are immediately available to all customers, with three local channels only available to users in the Austin and New York markets. read more…

LG Brings a Film-type Patterned Retrader for better 3D

For those that want better 3D might want to look into what LG is doing with its FPR.

FPR stands for Film-type Pattenred Retarder, and will supposedly “reduce the weight of 3D glasses, kill flickering images and deliver a brighter screen”. 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…

Veebeam brings content from your computer to TV, wirelessly

I realize that a lot of people who want content from their computer onto their TV. There are, of course, my devices to do that with. This is the Veebeam, which can do it wirelessly.

All that is required is to plug the Veebeam’s wireless antenna into a computer’s USB port. read more…

Samsung Brings N220 And N230 Netbooks To America

Recently, Samsung launched its N220 and N230 netbooks in the United States since they were first seen at Computex 2010. They’re both packing a 10 inch display, an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor, 1GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive and Windows 7 as the main operating system. read more…

The Netgear MP101 Brings Digital Audio

Just on the off chance that you didn’t read one of my articles detailing how most people don’t use their home theaters for music, or if you’re one of those relative handful that do, you’ll be happy to hear about the Netgear MP101, a home digital audio player that can handily hook into your home theater. read more…

Vuzix Brings Wrap 230, 280 Widescreen and 920 to the UK

In case you’re not willing to buy a new big screen TV then you might be interested in trying Vuzix new interactive glasses. The company will offer three versions to UK customers: the Wrap 230, Wrap 280 Widescreen and Wrap 290. read more…

Emo Labs Brings Invisible Speakers to Your Future Display


For some reason Emo Labs wants to offer us invisible speakers. We don’t exactly need our speakers to be invisible, do we? But I’d have to admit the idea is pretty cool so why not give it a try. So how does it all work? read more…

Linutop 3 Brings Linux to Your Workspace

If you’re considering adding a cheap and very portable desktop to your workspace and if you’re finally going to experience with Linux then we have a new desktop to show you. The Linutop 3 comes with unimpressive features, but we did tell you it was very affordable. read more…

Buffalo Brings Out Four Terabyte TeraStation

For those of you considering the idea of a home theatre PC, you might do well to consider a four terabyte TeraStation storage system, especially if you’ve got an extra two grand lying around doing nothing. read more…

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