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Sony to release 400-disc Blu-ray Mega Changer

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What’s your Blu-ray collection up to? Anywhere near 400? If so, Sony’s 400-disc BDP-CX7000ES Blu-ray Mega Changer may be a welcome edition to your home theater.

The last this mammoth was seen was at last year’s CEDIA but now Sony Insider has taken word from a Swiss product page that says the product may be hitting shelves soon. read more…

Apple to Release HDTV?

Apple is without a doubt one of the most recognizable tech companies in the world. Of their products, their line up of Mac computers, smartphones and MP3 players have been gaining a ton of traction over the years. read more…

Mitsubishi to release HC9000D 3D Home Theater Projector

I believe that Mitsubishi is not going to do LCD screens anymore, and planning to focus on really big screens.

Apparently, they are still going to do projectors. This is Mitsubishi’s new 3D home theater projector, and it can also do 2D images as well. read more…

Panasonic to Release First Viera 3D LED TVs This Year

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Panasonic has just come forth to let us know that they will be shipping their first ever 3D LED TVs this year. Falling under the companies Viera TV brand these 3D LED TVs will come in two flavors, the 32-inch TX-32DT30 and the 37-inch L37DT30. read more…

Seagate release remote control app for iPhone, iPad, Ipod

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Seagate has released a remote control app for their GoFlex TV and FreeAgent Theater+ HD media players. All iOS devices can now get the free remote, which works over WiFi, meaning you don’t actually have to point it at the media players like regular remotes. read more…

Netflix for Boxee Gets Delayed, No Release Window Pegged

Just about every Internet connected media device now a days has access to Netflix. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering the mail-order/streaming video company has well over 10 million active subscribers. read more…

Nintendo 3DS release set for March 27, at $250


Nintendo has finally revealed all the details regarding its upcoming 3D handheld console, the 3DS. The 3DS will launch on March 27 in North America and March 25 in Europe, at $250 USD and 250 Euro, respectively. read more…

Samsung to release the worlds lightest 3-D glasses

We all know that 3D TVs are going to be big, someday. Of course, those glasses are often heavy on the head, but Samsung seems to be ready for this with lighter 3D glasses.

You heard me right, lighter 3D glasses that are not made of paper. read more…

Runco Soon to Release Q-1500d 3D Projector

Not too long ago Runco come forth to announce their Q-1500d 3D projector. This projector features a full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 20,000:1 contrast ratio and 1400 ANSI lumens. Additionally, they will also be offering consumers two different lenses to incorporate all different types of theaters and screens. read more…

Jawbone And Cisco Join Forces To Release A New Bluetooth Headset

Recently, Jawbone and Cisco partnered up to develop the Jawbone ICON for Cisco Bluetooth headset. The device is designed to link users to their their Cisco Unified IP phones and cell phones at the same time. read more…

Apple TV Gets Jailbroken, No Public Release Just Yet

Apple has just released their brand new Apple TV to the masses for just $99. This powerful little set-top box features the ability to rent TV shows for just 99-cents, stream media from a networked computer and even access Netflix’s line up of content. read more…

Verbatim to release external hard-drive: Wallet Drive

Verbatin has plans to release a new external hard-drive in the near future, it is codenamed Verbatim Wallet Drive but at this time there isn’t any information about its release date or price tag. read more…

Nintendo Reveals Release Date For The 3DS

Since their presentation at E3 a while back, Nintendo has certainly been gearing up to wow consumers with their new 3DS portable gaming console. Of course, it also helps the renowned gaming company that they have the promise of glasses-free 3D capacity in their corner concerning the new handheld device. read more…

OnLive Announces MicroConsole For Release At Years End

Recently at E3, Steve Perlman of OnLive revealed that his company’s new home gaming system, the MicroConsole is scheduled to hit the stores at the end of 2010. This part of gaming hardware will be the main connection for OnLive’s featured service to your TV set. read more…

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