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Google & LG Working on Google TV Nexus?

If you’re even remotely well versed on the world of smartphones you’ll probably know that Google has been known to come forth periodically with officially endorsed device that fall into their Nexus line up. read more…

Is Microsoft working on a combo of IPTV, Xbox 360, and Kinect with Project Orapa?

I try to report on rumors as little as possible, unless they can be backed up by at least some facts.

The fact is, Microsoft’s Mediaroom IPTV service is finally supported on the Xbox 360. read more…

Fujitsu working on a totally wireless display

I would like to think that in a wireless era, most of our displays would be wireless, but we still have a bunch of cables near our desktops, don’t we?

Sure, Wi-Fi, wireless keyboards, and Wireless mice are great, but how about a wireless monitor. read more…

Samsung Working on 4-inch Glasses-Free 3D Display?

Love it or hate it, there’s no denying the fact that 3D has quickly become all the rage. In fact, it seems that just about every single movie that hits theaters in this day and age either come out exclusively in 3D or in 3D alongside 2D. read more…

MIT Media working on Kinect Hack for Holographic future

Yes, we have seen a lot of Kinect Hacks, and some of them are being used to create some interesting views of another person with its sensors and cameras.

It would appear that some guys at MIT Media Lab are figuring out a way to create something of a holographic effect like Star Wars, with a Princess Leia. read more…

RealD working to improve active shutter 3D glasses


RealD, one of the big players in the 3D arena, have announced that they’re working with Freescale Semiconductor to develop new active shutter 3D glasses with “enhanced 3D active eyewear”, which will use Freescale’s new chips to better sync with the 3D TVs and devices. read more…

Google working with YouTube to get more recent movies on it

I’m sure that we know that YouTube is putting out a lot of full-length films, similar to the Hulu.

It would appear that Google is wanting to offer more as far as full-length films are concerned. read more…

Sony working on PS3 PlayTV 2

Some of you remember Play TV, the DVR attachment released as a PS3 add-on in 2008, and Sony has confirmed that they are working on a sequel.

Sony is planning on adding on social networking features, but not with things like Facebook integration or anything. read more…

Samsung working on the Google TV unit?

This Google TV could easily be the next big thing, and I’ve heard that Intel and Sony both want a piece of this Google TV action.

Next up is Samsung, who is “in the process of examining the business feasibility of Google TV”. read more…

Google working on Google TV?

What started as just a simple search engine has grown into one (if not the) largest names on the internet. However, with the launch of things like the Nexus One Google is venturing into new waters. read more…

Pay to Skip Ads Not Working Anymore?

The concept of television advertising has been somewhat fluid pretty much ever since its inception.  Viewers have longed for a way to get around the advertising and back to the experience of television. read more…

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