D-Link’s New Wi-Fi Audio Extender for Streaming Music

Pretty interesting way of making your own type of Sonos home, with your own components. FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. – June 10, 2014 – D-Link today announced that the Wi-Fi Audio Extender (DCH-M225) is now shipping. Designed to stream music from a smartphone or tablet directly to virtually any connected speaker or home stereo, the Wi-Fi Audio Extender is a seamless way to enjoy […]

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2.1 M Streamed Superbowl

2.1 Million Viewers Watch Superbowl Online

Just like its TV counterpart the online version of this years Superbowl set records for viewership with 2.1 million unique views. This figure makes this years Superbowl the most-watched single-game sporting event online besting totals for previous events such as the 2010 world cup, 2010 Olympics and the Annual NCAA basketball tournament. While this was a great turnout it is still a […]

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CES Hands On With Tivo Netflix and YouTube updates

At CES this week Tivo was demoing their updated interfaced for Netflix and YouTube online streaming services running on the Tivo Premier. The new interfaces include updated search functionality, the ability to add movies to your queue, and even included 5.1 audio.  Tivo was also demoing a new companion box, yet to be named, that when paired with the Tivo Premier […]

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Netflix officially announces UK, Ireland launch

On the cusp of the PS3 Netflix news, Netflix has officially announced Netflix for the UK and Ireland. Available for 5.99 pounds/6.99 euros a month, but starting today for those of our UK readers can join Netflix and use the service for free for one month.  While it was already live for many, Netflix has made its launch in the United Kingdom and Irelandofficially official, […]

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Netflix App hits PlayStation 3 in the UK

For those “across the pond” readers in the UK and France, the long awaited Netflix App for the PS3 has been released. The downside? Netflix service is still not available. No word on when the service will be available, however head over and get the update to get your PS3 ready for when it hits. Netflix still isn’t offering a firm […]

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Google TV switching to ARM Platform

While most won’t care, and some will even say why bother, Google TV is moving away from the x86 platform and migrating towards the ARM processing platform. As part of that move Marvell has been selected as the processor of choice with its Armada 1500 dual core processor as the new heart of the Google TV platform.  The Armada 1500 […]

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Netflix Set to “Air” it’s Original Programming Feb 6th

Netflix has slowly been acquiring exclusive content to stream via its online service which is to begin next month. On February 6th Netflix will make available its first original production, Lilyhammer. Netflix has also commissioned a new series called House of Cards, and a new season of Arrested Development.  While I don’t subscribe to Netflix myself (Lack of true HD quality, and 5.1 audio) this is a good sign of things […]

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Firecore’s aTV Flash out of Beta

Firecore the developers that brought you the ability to update your Apple TV with customized firmware and the ability to play a plethora of media files such as MKV, AVI, MP4 and even ISO has recently move out of Beta. Now that the development is out of Beta Firecore is charging a $30 premium for the software. On top of […]

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tubeCore 2.7 for Windows Media Center Released

tubeCore a popular Media Center add-in that brings a “collection point” for Playon and Tversity into Media Center has been updated. tubeCore allows you to bring in and play video from services like Hulu, and other DLNA servers. tubeCore has bee updated to version 2.7. tubeCore is a Windows Media Center addin that is essentially a DVR for for PlayOn […]

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