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You Will Never Watch Netflix Offline

Some streaming services have gotten around the Internet limitations by offering offline viewing options but Netflix promises it never will.

Now’s the Time to Get Wireless Streaming!

Have you been waiting to get your hands on a media streaming device for your TV? Not sure which device to get or whether you're better off waiting for something better? Well, it looks like now might be a great time to jump into the world of wireless video streaming! [caption...

Google Chromecast vs. Apple AirPlay

Showtime Showdown "Everyone loves their phones, tablets, and laptops," said Google. "Unlike other solutions, we will not force you to have the same operating system on all your devices." Google is throwing a punch at Apple with their new Google Chromecast, a tiny $35 dongle that lets anyone...

Redbox Instant: Taking Over America, One Home at a Time

Redbox Instant by Verizon, a joint venture by Redbox and Verizon, is now coming to a Roku player near you. The video streaming service, developed to compete with Netflix, Hulu and Vudu, is taking a double-punch approach that allows its subscribers unlimited video streaming and four free physical...

Roku 3: the new, fully-loaded streaming player

The era of cable and satellite subscriptions are coming to a screeching halt, and tech giants like Apple and Google are racing to get consumers hooked onto their own media-streaming services in order to keep up with the new norm. [caption id="attachment_6285" align="alignleft" width="620"] The new ...

Hands On Review: Toshiba 47TL515U 3D LCD TV

In January at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, Toshiba grabbed a lot of headlines with its autostereoscopic (glasses-free) 3D TV. The company is still talking about that TV nine months later, but the 3D TVs they’re actually selling fall into the passive glasses category. (more…)...

How to Connect Your Streaming Devices

Streaming has become one of the buzzwords in modern home theater, offering consumers the ability to access directly on the TV a vast array of new and favorite music, video or still photos, either across the worldwide web or locally on the home computer. As always, there’s a lot to be said for...

Reasons to Get a Smart TV

Smart TVs (also called connected TVs) are able to access a wide variety of content and services from the Internet. A smart TV can easily increase the amount of media you use without greatly increasing your costs. Like smart phones, many of the apps for smart TVs are free or they require...

LG’s Nano LED TVs Are On The Way

It’s been almost a year since we first heard about them, and the product has undergone some significant changes since then, but LG’s Nano TVs are almost here. This week LG released details of the new Nano LED LCD TVs which use a proprietary thin screen (the nano part) which is supposed to...

Are We Spoiled By Streaming Media?

Steaming content—both videos and music—is so easy now, and so cheap, that I worry we’ve gotten a little spoiled by the experience and will begin to expect everything to be as easy and cheap, forgetting the huge backend infrastructure it takes to make these systems work. A couple of weeks...

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