DivX goes after YouTube

Everyone and their bird is going after Youtube these days, heck I might as well add a video download section 😉 However, I can see the DivX gaining a cult like status on the net. I would bet a dry donut hole that the video quality is a lot better then anything you would see on Google or You Tube. […]

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Panasonic PT-AX100U Projector Review

Ahh the 1080p support throws me off everytime. Here I thought the Panny AX100U was a 1080p native projector for less then $3 grand. Outside its non-native 1080pness, it boats a lot of juicy specs. What caught my eye first was the 2000 ANSI lumens daytime viewing love and a 6000:1 contract ration. It supports (but scales) all resolutions up […]

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Philips WACS700 Wireless Music Center and Station

Hardware Zone has a review up of a very interesting music streaming center from Phillips. Looking at the specs, it appears to have the perfect blend of stand alone capabilities and connected capabilities. It is able to take songs from your PC, and rip and tag CDs from its internal databse on the fly.  From the article:  Although the WACS700 […]

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Welcome

First off, I would like to welcome everyone to missingremote.com. I hate to use the term beta, but we do have a few bugs to iron out, but I am very happy with the first go around considering our limited time and resources. John (Bubba) did an excellent job pulling the server and site together. We hope to get everything […]

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Home Automation gets its own laws

Alan's law  1. Bodies at rest stay at rest with an overloaded PVR   Automated Home has a few other laws worth noting in the Home Automation world. I won't bore you with my layman explanation of the article. Instead, print it out and go enjoy a nice long read on your throne. From the article:  Home automation products and […]

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Samsung – BD-P1000 Blu-ray/DVD Player

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THe team at Secrets take the first consumer available Blu-ray out for a spin with their benchmarking suite. THe player does very poor on SD material and performs decently with HD material. For a thousand dollars, this first gen Blu-ray player kind of stinks up the place. It does support all HD resolutions, as well as upconverting standard DVDs to […]

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TiVo Series3 HD DVR

The biggest PVR news of the year has to be the TiVo series 3 release. To be honest, I still have sticker shock. It is hard to take a product seriously that is going to cost you a significant amount more then say a Direct TV PVR or even a five dollar a month cable DVR. The dual HD recording, […]

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