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New Roku XR Promises Upgrades Roku is releasing a new box soon dubbed the Roku XR. New features include 802.11n wireless support and a USB port plus streaming content from Revision3, Flickr, ROKU Channel Store, TWIT, and Pandora.
Trick or Treat - We Vote Treat! Halloween is just days away. Goblins, skeletons, and strange people in bright yellow Pikachu outfits will soon be the norm walking around your neighborhood begging for candy along the moonlit streets.
JVC Ultra Thin Speaker System to Debut in Japan Thin is in. At a stunning 31mm (1.2 inches) thick, these speaker promise to maintain those clean lines with your new uber thin flat panel display. How do they sound? Who cares? They're THIN!
BluFocus is Certified by the Blu-ray Disc Association Blu-ray Disc Association gives BluFocus its blessing as a certfied standards testing center.
Wal-Mart Shrugged – DVD and Blu-ray Fell Never underestimate the power of Wal-Mart! The retail juggernaut has the power to destroy a product line’s sales by deciding not to sell it - or simply pushing it to the bottom shelf.
Squeezebox Gets Apps Logitech really seems to be stepping up with this newest Squeezebox update. Everything from the graphics and loading screens down to the wallpapers available are new. Not to mention the apps.
Gaming with a 3D Vision The best reason for going to a 3D trade show is finding a product that demonstrates why the third dimension is worth having. Which could be the tagline for Ubisoft's James Cameron's Avatar: The Game.
3D Heart Attack We've been hearing more and more about 3D for the last few years. The real driving force behind 3D has always been to rake in more money. Will people pay a premium for a movie in 3 dimensions?
eD Considers WAF Elemental Designs, the company that has arguably caused more spousal conflicts than any other single online subwoofer manufacturer, has finally decided to give their customers finish options over the…
CA Energy Commission Seeks to Regulate Television Use Government over-regulation of California’s businesses is hurting an economy that is already suffering. Two weeks ago, the CA Energy Commission said it wanted to reduce electricity use in TV sets.