Daewoo introduces fully spec’ed Blu-ray player


Daewoo is the first to announce a standalone Blu-ray player that actually supports the Profile 1.1 and BD Live, essentially bringing Blu-ray’s interactive features into feature parity with HD DVD. It’s pretty slick looking to boot. RegHardware The player supports the full BD specification, including the ability to access BD Live online content, to present picture-in-picture material and deliver BD’s interactivity […]

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Buy one, get one free Samsung LCD HDTV


This is one slick deal. Buy a 46" Samsung 1080p LCD HDTV (model LNT4661F) and get a free 19" Samsung HDTV (model LNT1953H, which retails for $380) for $2019.99 total with free shipping. Amazon For people looking to step up to full 1080p resolution in a 46-inch flat-panel LCD, Samsung’s 2007 model LNT4661FF is a good choice. Besides offering full […]

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S1Digital Now Shipping CableCARD enabled Media Centers

Hi guys, Thought you’d be interested to know that we’re now shipping CableCARD systems (that’s right, we’re shipping now). Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Paul S1Digital S1Digital Now Shipping CableCARD enabled Media Centers August 28th, 2007 — New York, NY — S1Digital is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Digital Cable Tuners with their Media […]

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Media Center “did you know?”

For you Windows Media Center users, did you know… If you click the EXIT button on your remote when you have a TV Recording selected, it will automatically ask you if you wish to Delete the recording?!?!? This saves a bunch of time if you need to delete a large number of shows and don’t want to take up as […]

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Three MythTV Linux Distros

I have toyed with Linux for a while and even contemplated trying out MythTV. This article sems to cover Distro options fairly well but I am sure Myth users could shed some more light on the subject. Linux.com My Series 1 TiVo is getting old, so I am planning an escape route based on MythTV, a free software system that […]

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Doom9.org weighs in on the format war

This is by far the best anayisis of the format war i’ve read anywhere on the web. Doom9 At the advent of high definition, hardware makers and studios once again teamed up in two competing groups, but this time, despite negotiations to get a single format, no consensus was reached. Interestingly, when the two groups had come together before the […]

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