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Nintendos Wii U could support two controllers


Nintendo has been showcasing the Wii U at CES these days, and new rumors around the new console have been appearing. One such rumor suggests that the Wii U will support two touchscreen controllers, instead of just one as Nintendo has so far showcased. read more…

3D Support Coming to Halo: CE Remake

If you’ve been paying attention to the market you’ll know that many different companies have been coming forth with 3D displays, projectors and more quite often. This isn’t a bad thing due to the fact that so many consumers have shown interest in 3D display technology. read more…

Three Pioneer 3-D Blu-ray players have iOS support

For those who are looking into Pioneer’s 3D Blu-ray players models BDP-430, BDP-43FD, and the Elite BDP-41FD, then you will get a bonus feature.

These three models feature iOS support, not to mention HDMI 1. read more…

XBMC Dharma 10 Now Publicly Available With New Features, Support for Original Apple TV

What started out as a mod for Microsoft’s Xbox home video game console has quickly turned into a fledging media center operating system. I’m of course talking about none other than XBMC. read more…

TEAC Has A New CD Player Featuring iPod Support

Hey there, dear readers! If you like CD players, then you might be interested in the new CD-P650 from TEAC. This device is actually designed to fully integrate and support the use of an Apple iPod. read more…

Sony adds 3D support to NX710 and NX810 TVs

In case you are looking for a TV that is able to offer 3D check out the new Sony NX710 and Sony NX810 that go straight into the Monolithic TVs category, and will become available in Europe and USA.

While the Sony NX710 has a 46-inch screen and Motionflow at 100Hz, the NX810 offers a bigger 55-inch display and Motionflow at 200Hz. read more…

Monster Beats Headphones to support charity

Here’s a charitable donation that you can make with your next purchase of your headphones.

This is from Monster, and this special edition of headphones have a unique red color and $5 get donated to the Global Fund to help fight AIDS in Africa with every purchase. read more…

PowerDVD updated to support 3D Blu-rays

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: 3DTV is all the rage. Cyberlinks apparantly knows this and has just announced that their PowerDVD software will be getting an update to support 3D Blu-ray Discs. read more…

HDMI 1.4 Standard to Support 3D Broadcasting

The much anticipated coming of 3D broadcasting continues and HDMI licensing is exhausting all means to make themselves ready to support 3D content using the upcoming HDMI spec v1.4. Though nothing definite has been relayed on the mandatory 3D broadcast format, HDMI 1. read more…

Vudu Offers Wikipedia Support Now

Over the years I’ve grown to love Wikipedia as it can answer most of the questions one can have while browsing the Internet. But would I require Wikipedia support from Vudu? To be honest, I wouldn’t stop watching TV in order to start looking up stuff on Wikipedia. read more…

Zune HD wont support HDTV Windows Media Center recordings

It seems that the guys over at EngadgetHD have unearthed some annoying information: the Zune HD will not support 100% of the media that Windows Media Center does.

Specifically, HDTV and DVR-MS style media recorded with Windows Media Center will not work on the Zune HD’s Zune 4. read more…

iTunes getting Blu-ray support?

Rumors have recently been circulating the web that suggest the next version of Apple’s iTunes will in fact be getting Blu-ray support. If these rumors prove themselves to be true it could potentially mean that once Apple updates their current line of laptop and desktop offerings there will be an option for a Blu-ray drive. read more…

Audyssey DSX Surround Sound Offers You Support for Up to 11 Speakers

If you are just crazy for surround sound then you absolutely have to check out what Audyssey Labs has for you. The company has created a new Dynamic Surrounds Expansion system which will increase the number of speaker used to up to 11. read more…

DisplayLink Announces Support for Intel MACs

DisplayLink has announced that it has developed a new way of enabling video projection via the USB 2.0 interface rather than the usual video ports.

When the driver is installed, it automatically recognizes that a DisplayLink-compatible projector is attached and configures itself. read more…

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