Archive | August, 2007

Roxio Launches Popcorn 3 | Transfer Video to Your iPod

30. August 2007

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For all you Mac fans out there, Roxio just launched Popcorn 3, which allows you to transfer your favorite personal video entertainment to DVDs and popular portable devices. Moving digital content around from device to device is always a good thing. I got Roxio’s press release by e-mail today and here is a snippet: Popcorn […]

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VAIO LT Series PC/TV All-In-One | Sony Offers New CableCard Computer

29. August 2007

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Sony has just released their latest iMac competitor, called the VAIO LT Series. Like the iMac, the VAIO LT is an all-in-one solution, meaning the compter and the monitor are combined. The VAIO LT trumps the featues of the iMac with its high definition options. The HD version of the VAIO LT, which costs $2,900) […]

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Auzentech Shipping X-Fi Prelude 7.1 Soundcard

25. August 2007

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Auzentech is now shipping the Auzen X-FI Prelude 7.1 soundcard, which should be available at retail stores August 28. This marks the first time Creative has permitted a third-party soundcard vendor to use the Creative X-FI chipset in its own soundcard design. So why is this a big deal? Computer audio, especially for media centers, […]

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PlayTV | Sony announces DVR for Playstation 3

23. August 2007

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Rumors have been flying around the internet about a DVR add-on for the PS3. I had doubts whether we would actually see such a product anytime soon. Apparently the rumors are true, at least for European PS3 owners. From Sony’s press release: At Games Convention today, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) announced the introduction of […]

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2 Tips on How to Share Family Pictures and Videos

22. August 2007

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Over the past year, my wife and I have taken tons of photos and video of our baby. We are constantly getting asked by friends to share pictures and videos of little floppyhead (hence the name of this site, though his head is no longer as floppy). Here are two suggestions for sharing photos and […]

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Elgato Eye TV 250 | Turn Your Mac into a DVR

21. August 2007

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I have the occasional Mac envy. Recently I have been eyeing the new Mac Mini, thinking it would make a cool HTPC. The problem with it is that there is no tuner built into it. Of course, you can always get an external tuner. Elgato’s Eye TV 250 is the big fish in the Mac […]

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Alienware Updates Hangar 18 with CableCard

18. August 2007

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Alienware is finally getting around to updating the Hangar 18 with CableCard support. Apparently the first iteration of the Hangar 18 sans CableCard support was a resounding success, which is surprising to me because of its complete lack of HD support. CE Pro has the scoop: Soon, Alienware will offer CableCard support for the Hangar […]

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Sirius Partners with Sonos

16. August 2007

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You have got to hand it to Sonos. They are constantly offering new ways to enjoy the Sonos Digital Music System. Not only can you listen to Rhapsody and Pandora, but you can also now listen to Sirius radio streamed over the internet to your living. From the Sonos website: With the wireless Sonos Controller […]

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Beyond TV Set-up Video

15. August 2007

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The Snapstream blog has posted a video overview of the set-up process for their Beyond TV software. From the post: This demonstration focuses on the process of setting up Beyond TV. A quick overview of what is covered in the video: installing and setting up a USB TV tuning device downloading and installing Beyond TV […]

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Universal to Sell DRM-free Music Everywhere Except iTunes Music Store

10. August 2007

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Following on the heels of EMI, Universal Music Group has decided to test the DRM-free marketplace. Starting August 21, Universal will offer its most popular music DRM-free as MP3 files. Songs will sell for 99 each. This DRM-free music will be available at Amazon, RealNetworks, and retailers such as Best Buy and Wal-Mart. One notable […]

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