Video Playback / Recording Devices

Review of the TiVo Stream: TiVo Perfected for Mobile Users

Interestingly enough, even though I love TiVo and technology in general, I've never been much for television. Scheduling a time to sit in front of the TV is a pain, and there simply aren't a lot of shows that I really enjoy. Plus, paying for the expanded cable package is far too expensive.

Apple's Hobby Turns Serious - Will the Apple TV Succeed?

Say what you will about Apple, good or bad, but it's hard to deny they've been raking in the dough with one successful product after another. Just about anything put out with an Apple logo sends people into a frenzy, flocking into stores to buy whatever they're selling.

NETGEAR Digital Entertainer Elite (EVA 9150) Review and Unboxing

Do you stream?  Have you discovered the pleasures of being able to access all the media on your network directly on your television?

NETGEAR's been bringing this technology into homes for years now with the original Digital Entertainer (EVA 700) and Digital Entertainer HD (EVA 8000.)  Personally, I've grown quite attached to the Digital Entertainer HD, as I can watch any television shows I've recorded as well as listen to my music collection right in my main setup. 

Elgato EyeTV 250 Plus Review

Throughout my geeky history, I've been an awful lot of things...

Why a TiVo DVR isn't Like any Other DVR

HD Format War Over: Blu-ray Wins

It's done. For those of you who have been hesitant in buying one format or the other, now you don't have to decide. From High Def Digest:

Following several days of rumors, Toshiba has confirmed that it will no longer develop, manufacture and market HD DVD players and recorders, effectively ending the high-def format war.

In a just-issued press release, the company said that it reached the decision following "recent major changes in the market." Toshiba emphasized that it will continue to provide full product support and after-sales service for all owners of Toshiba HD DVD products.



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