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HDMI 1.4 to Offer Internet Sharing

HDMI 1.4 has been just announced and it we’re in for some changes. One important added feature is the HDMI Ethernet Channel (HEC) which allows transfers of up to 100Mbps between the connected devices. read more…

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…

Netflix is the largest source of Internet traffic in the US

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According to a new study done by Sandvine, Netflix now accounts for the majority if Internet traffic in the US, consuming in 22.2% off all traffic with its streaming service. Next up is BitTorrent, with 21. read more…

Internet Use Ties TV Use in Latest Study

For decades consumers have been watching television and enjoying every moment of it (unless there’s something bad on). However, not everything on TV is something you’d want to watch but luckily there are now alternatives. read more…

The AXiS Wireless Internet Radio From Revo

Here’s another wireless internet radio for all you online music streaming enthusiasts out there. It’s the AXiS Wireless Internet Radio from Revo. It offers a 3.5-inch color TFT touch screen display with an icon-driven touch screen user interface and an advanced internet radio with Wi-Fi connection. read more…

Grace Digital Launches A New Internet Radio With Wi-Fi Streaming

Today, Grace Digital announced the launch of a new internet radio equipped with Wi-Fi streaming called the GDI-IR2550p. This device will allow you to stream Internet radio in any location within your house, giving you access to Pandora, Sirius/XM, NPR, CNN, the BBC, Live365 and even your own iTunes collection. read more…

Altaz Releases The Internet Radio Clock

Now this device known as the Internet Radio Clock from Altaz is a very intriguing gadget. It actually functions as a digital photo frame, thanks to its 3.5-inch display. It can also be set to show a selected image on the screen when the alarm goes off and of course, it streams online radio too. read more…

Marantz Offers 3D Blu-ray And Internet Streaming On New Media Players

Marantz is gearing up to launch a series of new media players, featuring 3D Blu-ray, internet streaming video capacity and HDMI 1.4 compatibility. Two of the new media players are known as the UD7005 and the UD5005, which are classified as “Universal Media Players”. read more…

Best Buy Internet movie store to be launched this month

Best Buy recently purchased the CinemaNow brand, which will allow them to sell movies online to web-connected players.

They intend to have “first run” movies for sale when they arrive on DVD, available for purchase at $9. read more…

FiOS adds Internet Radio and YouTube

For those that are FiOS subscribers will get some bonuses. Customers can now get YouTube as well as Internet radio.

FiOS subscribers can get these services via Media Manager, and can search and view on their TV’s user-generated content from online video sharing sites like blip. read more…

Sony Dash Personal Internet Viewer Announced

Sony antes up the new way to get some spunky home entertainment videos from dedicated applications such as Netflix with their Sony Dash personal Internet viewer. This new device will now allow Netflix members to directly watch thousands of movies and TV episodes anywhere they may be. read more…

Google Planning Turbo-Speed Internet

Folks, remember all those times I talked about how streaming was going to be pretty much a low-rent pipe dream unless bandwidth was jacked up through the roof?  Well, Google’s got a plan in the works to make streaming the absolute possibility, and possibly even make the streaming war the final format war. read more…

TV Via Internet Big Story For Last Two Years-Will It Be Next Years Too?

This is just a little bit futurist of me, folks, but today we’re going to take a look at what might be a big new trend that’s been building for the last couple years now: the advent of internet as TV. read more…

Why Internet Video Freaks Out Cable Companies…And ISPs

So it’s a little bit of a lead weight to say that internet video has cable companies freaking out.  After all, why pay the cable company for TV when you can simply turn on your internet browser and get all the streaming video you could ever want. read more…

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