VUDU Updates UI On Most Devices


A couple of weeks ago, I posted a review of my experience with VUDU and mentioned that a new UI was coming. Well, today is the day that it has dropped to most connected devices. I will have to wait a bit longer to see it because VUDU is still working on the update for Vizio and Samsung connected devices. […]

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Congratulations WKTAYLOR, Winner of the WHS!

I already confirmed with him, but wanted to make it public. The winner of our copy of Windows Home Server is WKTAYLOR!! Congratulations and thanks to all who participated. If you haven’t (or even if you have) won a prize yet, don’t worry we still have a lot to go. Don’t miss our current awesome giveaway, a CETON InfiniTV4 CableCARD […]

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Change Windows Media Center Startup With Media Center Valve

Hide Menu Strips

Disclaimers This is a work-in-progress. I’ll be releasing updates every few days. I wanted to wait and release it in its entirety but I’ve had enough requests for it that I’ll be releasing as each part is tested. Media Center Valve or Valve for Windows Media Center (WMCVALVE) is licensed for personal non-commercial use only. Please do not redistribute the […]

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VUDU just arrived on the Boxee Box

I had a chance to check out VUDU on Boxee while at CES and it looked great. I’ll be updating when I get home tonight.  Tons of bug fixes as well so make sure to read the release notes if you are encountering issues. We have released a new version of the Boxee Box firmware. Your Box will update automatically […]

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Dune HD Smart D1 Media Player

In the past we’ve had some pretty good thoughts about Dune’s players, with Andrew really liking the BD Prime 3.0, but that was at a much higher price point. Don’t forget if you’re in the market for a Media Player to take a look at our Buyer’s Guide Comparison charts, which we’ll need to add this bad boy to it. […]

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Netflix Continues Its Streaming Push, Removes “Add to DVD Queue” from Devices

It’s no secret that Netflix would prefer that everyone stream their movies instead of get them on physical disc–the cost associated with maintaining their warehouses I’m sure is ridiculous. They mention that most people that use the DVD Queue do so online, and I have difficulty finding fault there. But still it’s an interesting development. Curious what’s next. We’re removing […]

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How to Organize Your Music, Movies and ROMS With XBMC

XBMC is a fantastic HTPC application that is 100% free, and has some very impressive skins and features. No LiveTV functionality, but other than that it’s pretty powerful. Not the easiest to setup however, so here’s a guide from MaximumPC that tries to help. XBMC (originally designed as the Xbox Media Center for hacked Xboxes, but now mostly for HTPCs) […]

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Eminent EM7095 USB Media Player DVB-T


Another day, another new media player. This one has an interesting twist as its targeted at the European market and supports DVB-T television sources. Interesting idea, and the guys at WGS don’t have any major issues with it, but man their UI is not impressive at all. Eminent’s EM7095 USB Media Player DVB-T is the first media receiver we’ve reviewed […]

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Blu-ray Releases – January 18, 2011

Does 90+ minutes of watching Ryan Reynolds trapped in a box sound like a good time for you? If so, you are going to be ecstatic about Buried. Honestly, the movie was much better than I thought it would be, and Reynolds does a pretty good job of keeping it flowing. Paper Man was a pretty entertaining film as well, […]

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