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Comcast Skype on Xfinity $9.95/month - Lame or Cool?

Comcast today unveiled their Skype video calling service, Skype on Xfinity which directly integrates into your HDTV. The beauty of the system is you can make and receive Skype video and audio calls from your TV. Users can send instant...

Wisair Wireless USB Audio/Video Adapter Streams to HDTVs

Wisair Wireless USB Audio/Video Adapter is an interesting little gadget designed with laptops in mind - to stream any laptop content to any HD screen. Thus, you can wirelessly stream movies, TV, photo slideshows, presentations, web content, and more. It'll...

Panasonic Activates Skype on Viera 2010 HDTVs

Panasonic has promised a Skype upgrade for their 2010 line of HDTVs. Well, today at 10:30 a.m. they activated Skype on your 2010 Panasonic VIERA CAST enabled HDTVs. So if you're one of the lucky few, fire up that...

Skype Brings 720p to HDTVs and PCs

Skype today introduced a high-definition (HD) video calling service that will work on computers and televisions. The newest version Skype 4.2 Beta for Windows, supports 720p video calling in a 1280x720 pixel resolution at 30 frames per second. The...

Walmart Father's Day Deals For Every Dad's "Man Cave"

Father's Day is just around the corner, so no doubt you'll be wanting to get your dad some cool gadgets for his "man cave". Well, Walmart has some sick deals going on this Father's Day, including a $128 Magnavox Blu-ray...

Verizon FiOS Voice+Internet Cheaper than just FiOS Internet?

I had to do a double-take when I read the Verizon FiOS pricing plans page that shows Verizon FiOS Internet with Verizon home phone service is less expensive than FiOS Internet without Verizon home phone service. It's $5 cheaper...

Football Drives HDTV Sales

And now the truth can be told! HDTV manufacturer Samsung has revealed that a survey found football to be the most popular sport to influence HDTV purchases among sports fans in America. The survey from Kelton Research revealed that...

Blockbuster Goes All-in-One in Nevada

Blockbuster has chosen Reno, Nev., as the test market for a new store concept that combines video rentals with sales of video game accessories, high-definition TVs and other home entertainment products. Blockbuster CEO Jim Keyes said the company is "selling...

How Much Is That HDTV in the Window?

New consumer research has found that 34% of U.S. households have at least one HDTV set, double the percentage of households that had such TVs two years ago.The growth of HDTV sets has largely been driven by on-going consumer purchasing...

Top HDTVs under $1000

Want to know the top HDTVs & LCDs under $1000? Well, Amazon has a sweet round-up of the top / best HDTVs that won't break the bank. My 480i/480p/1080i 65" rear-projection TV is getting a bit old, it's bulky, and...

HDTVs Sales Single End to STVs

Shipments of High-Definition televisions this year surpassed that of standard TVs, according to iSuppli, a leading market researcher. Significant price reductions and the increasing availability of content over multiple distribution channels are the key drivers behind HDTV sales.  And don't...

Economy Down, HDTV Sales To Pick Up?

Economy down, oil prices up ... Hey, time to buy a new HDTV!With the February 2009 digital TV transition looming, HDTV suppliers are expecting a good fourth quarter and hoping for a minimum of price cuts along the way.That is...

NYC Now with the Most HD via Verizon's FiOS

With Verizon launching its FiOS TV service in New York City, our biggest city is now able to receive the most HDTV. With 100 HD channels, it offers customers more HD than Time Warner or Cablevision.The new channel lineup will...

Economy Ticking Upward, Buy a Gadget This Weekend

With the latest economic news showing a little bit more consumer confidence (how could it get must worse), we can all do our own little bit by buying a gadget this weekend. Perhaps it's just a cell phone charger for...

CNET's Tech Tips Can't Be Beat

So many tech sites and so little time! With that in mind, I've always found CNET to be very useful, especially for its handy Tips & Tricks. In fact, it's usually my first stop when I've got to figure...

SyncTV Streaming HDTV

SyncTV will demonstrate a proof-of-concept device that will play downloads, including 1080p HD video content on a television set at CES. The device will also work on Windows PCs, Macs and Linux PCs.  SyncTV claims to use an open-standards approach...

HDMI over CAT5 Network Wire Receiver Works up to 50m!

HDMI was limited to roughly 6 meters or 20 feet, which limited your home entertainment hookups. Who keeps all their home entertainment equipment just 20 feet away? This is especially true if you have multiple rooms and you want...

Grand Cinema C3X 1080 Projector or Ferrari?

SIM2 just released the Grand Cinema C3X 1080p Projector. I don't know whether to project this thing or drive it - damn thing looks like a cheery red Ferrari. SIM2's Next Generation Grand Cinema C3X 1080 3-Chip DLP is...

A New Big TV for the Big Game?

The SuperBowl brings to mind many traditions -- watching TV, snacking, having a beverage, getting together with friends, etc. -- and how about the new one of buying a new large screen TV for the game? CE companies would love...

Gadget or Girlfriend: Let Me Think About It ...

How about this piece of wacky news out of the UK that one in every eight guys would ditch their girlfriend for a hot new gadget? Yes, indeed-ee, that's what we have here from a recently conducted survey. The hot gadgets...

Sharp's 108" LCD: Now That's Big!

From sharp minds come sharp products -- and how about big, really big products. Making its debut at CES, Sharp's Aquos 108-inch High-Definition LCD TV is the world’s largest HD set -- larger than even its plasma rivals. The 1080p LCD TV measures...

Is DLP Going the Way of the Dodo?

Everybody loves thin, especially in TVs, so it's really not a surprise that HP is apparently getting out of the DLP TV business. BTW, does anyone out there know what DLP stands for? (I'll make it easy -- see below.)...

Video rentals on the Apple iPod - iVideo

ThinkSecret, the guys sued for revealing Apple secrets, is at it again with a rumored Apple video rental service in the works that will allow you to rent videos for download to a video iPod. Apple CEO Steve Jobs is...

Pace Micro Technology Miami DC757 HD set-top box

Pace Micro Technology, a leading digital set-top box provider specializing in the development of emerging technologies across all television platforms, today announced its latest all-digital set-top box - the Miami DC757 HD, which will be demonstrated at the upcoming Society...

John McCain pushes a la carte TV channels bill

Legislation was introduced today by Senator McCain to push forward a la carte TV programming. Personally, I'd like to have a la carte satellite TV programming, naked DSL or naked broadband cable, and a reliable VoIP service provider.Alas, I am...
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