Long-time Sirius satellite radio subscriber Stan Petrov is fed up and he’s not going to take it anymore. He signed on with Sirius two years ago and bought several receivers. But since Sirius merged with XM radio, he has lost his access to coverage of NBA games. [ars technica]   ars technica Long-time Sirius satellite radio subscriber Stan Petrov […]

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More about Windows 7


Long Zheng has several great articles up about the upcoming Windows 7. It is worth it to check out his blog for all of his Windows 7 updates. What caught my eye was a nice chart outline Window 7 CODEC support. We all hope this advancement finds its way to the extender world. Check out his blog post here.   […]

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Tip Of The Day: Keep Those Pennies


Regardless of the economic situation, saving a few dollars always makes sense. Here are few tips that should help the HTPC novice in the planning stage, or even the seasoned HTPC pro save a few dollars on their digital lifestyle. Going through the list of suggestions in my head, I am pretty impressed by what is available in terms of […]

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XBMC ‘Atlantis’ released


More Open Source news today! XBMC Atlantis surfaces with releases for Linux, Mac, and Windows! This release focuses on bug squashing. Alot of problems, at least in the past, with open source media programs is they have not taken the time to freeze features and focus on squashing bugs. It certainly looks like alot of the open source teams have […]

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Boxee – Mo Money and A New Version


Boxee has certainly garnered alot of attention over the past few weeks. Enough so to get a bit of money from a couple of venture capitalist firms. In that same post, they state their lofty goal is to attract 1,000,000 users by the end of 2009. What do you guys think? Is the open source/free Media Center world getting a […]

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