First Look: Remote Potato HD for the iPad


Today, the folks over at Remote Potato have released their latest application: Remote Potato HD for the iPad. Last night, I was given the chance to do an early review of the latest product. For over a year now, I have been using Remote Potato to do remote scheduling and managing of my series recordings. Prior to the release of Remote […]

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GeekTonic – Why Did Google Buy SageTV?

I have to agree with most of what Brent says in his editorial on what Google hopes to do with SageTV – especially the points on AllVid.  Whatever they have in store for us, I’m looking forward to reviewing it 🙂 It’s been three weeks since Google gobbled up the tiny Home Theater PC company, SageTV.  The tech blogs, mainstream […]

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IR Extender over HDMI


Have you tried to hide all of your component when you mount your TV to the wall but how will you get IR signal to all the hidden equipment? Well now you have another option from a company called Sewell. They use an unused CEC channel on the HDMI cable to send the IR signal through the cable you are […]

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Blu-ray Releases – July 12, 2011

Do you love Russel Brand so much and wish there was a movie where basically he just plays himself for a full 90 minutes? Then you’re in luck, as “Arthur” is just that, where he plays a rich heir to a lot of money who falls in love with some poor girl. If you only kind of enjoy Brand or […]

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XtremeMac InCharge Home BT Wireless iPhone Audio Streaming


As the cellular phone has continued to improve its feature offerings, so too have companies attempted to find a home for that product within the connected home theater. Over the years we have seen universal remotes, video docking stations and a number of other devices which aim to capitalize on the popularity of those mobile devices. XtremeMac sure is hoping […]

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Viako Mini Letter ML-45 LEAP E-350 Barebones Nettop

Aleutia H3-R Fanless Core i5 Media PC

Unless you closely follow news announcements you probably have never heard of Viako, but they’re a company in Korea who are aggressively taking on the HTPC market. Although no current US distribution, the products themselves look very attractive, so it’s good to hear that they can actually perform as well. The package contents on the otherhand are anything but a […]

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