. Linksys has recently sent out word that the are discontinuing their entire line of Media Center Extenders. A solid reason wasn’t given but it could probably be attributed to declining sales. I mean, does anyone actually own one of these?
There are so many different ways to stream content through services like YouTube, Netflix and Hulu that it’s almost becoming hard to justify the need for a cable subscription. However, those looking to legally consume first run television shows will almost definitely need a cable subscription.
. At first glimpse, the PicoHD 5.1 media player resembles a card reader, and it pretty much is, besides having an IR port for a remote controller. Which makes this little thing into a pocket sized media player capable of streaming movies and content from an SD card, USB flash drive or external hard drive
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Not too long ago we let you in on some rumors that said Virgin Media would be coming forth at some point to release a lower priced TiVo DVR with a smaller hard drive. Well, it seems that these rumors were correct as the company has just let us know that they will in fact
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There are many different set-top boxes that allow consumers to get media from the Internet into their home theater with some manufacturers even baking the functionality right into their televisions.
We have seen a lot of products from Iomega before, such as the eGo External Hard Drive and Portable External USB 3.0 SSD Drive. Now they have the 2TB ScreenPlay DX HD media player, which is able to stream movies from Netflix (only available in the U.
Cirago – not the go to name for electronics these days – have announced that they’ve launched a new media player called CMC3200. The new player features 2 TB of built in storage, 1080p support (and it supports both H264 and MKV codecs), WiFi, and lots of streaming abilities.
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
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I think we all know that the future of home theater viewing means downloading digital files from the cloud instead of popping in discs. This is where a new software and service called Libox comes in.