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    Eclipse Antenna Brings Back Free TV Channels to the Masses

    Analog television is dead, but television antennas sure aren’t. Anyone with a modern television can grab an antenna and still pick up network television the good old fashioned, free way. If it means less money going to cable companies, that has to be a good thing, right? One such antenna is the Eclipse from Antennas […]

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    PGA Championship TV App Coming to Samsung Smart TV

    The sports media might still be rooting around in the rough for ways to make golf interesting without resorting to Tiger Woods, but Samsung’s already gotten ahead of the curve. Get ready for all the explosive golf action you can handle, because the PGA Championship TV App is coming to Samsung Smart TVs. Unsurprisingly, you’ll […]

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    Seagate Central Gets Its Own Roku Channel

    Here is some good news for Seagate Central users – Seagate now has its own dedicated channel on Roku that you can use to stream your content conveniently. If you have Seagate Central personal cloud storage or Seagate Wireless Plus, you can connect your device wirelessly to a Roku box and access all of your content […]

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    LeapFrog LeapTV is a Game Console for Kids

    LeapFrog is taking their stable of kid-friendly apps and games to the world of video games with LeapTV, a new video game console designed for children from three to eight years old. As with LeapFrog’s other devices, LeapTV will be a way to access their Learning Library, a collection of cartridges, downloads, and videos full […]

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    BeoVision Avant is a Luxury 4K TV with Tricks

    A lot of times, there’s not much more to say about a 4k television other than that the picture quality is really pretty because it has a lot of pixels. But, the new BeoVision Avant TV from Bang & Olufsen throws in a few curveballs that make it one of the more intriguing 4k prospects […]

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    PlayStation TV is Roku for Gamers

    One announcement coming out of Sony’s E3 press conference was for a device that has already been around for a few months – just not in the West. The PlayStation TV hit Japan last November, with a release in several other major markets in Asia coming in January. Sony’s tiny home console is now slated […]

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    Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard Review

    If you’ve ever needed a keyboard and/or mouse in your entertainment room, then you’ve just stumbled upon the single greatest accessory: the Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard. This keyboard/trackpad combo is much more than meets the eye. The combo device is capable of extreme customization that will fit every single A/V need. In no time, you […]

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    Amazon Fire TV Review: Perfect for Media Streaming Virgins

    The much rumored media streamer from Amazon has finally arrived. On the outside, the Fire TV has been designed with minimalist lines in a compact black box that measures just 4.5″ x 4.5″ x 0.7” and weighs a little under 10 oz. The app line-up for the Fire TV at launch is pretty impressive too. […]

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    Samsung Drops Curved UHD TVs This Month, Partners with Fox for UHD Content

    Samsung’s cavalcade of 4k UHD televisions, last seen at CES, are a little bit closer to being seen in your living room. Today, Samsung made an announcement about their new line of televisions, revealing new pricing and availability details. The centerpiece of that CES showcase, the curved 105” UHD TV, is unfortunately still bereft of […]

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    Dolby Vision Will Make 4K TV Even Better

    When you think Dolby, you probably think about audio technology, but it looks like you might want to revise that. Dolby is making headway into the 4k content arena with Dolby Vision, an imaging technology that will affect how content is both created and viewed. Specifically, Dolby Vision will provide enhanced brightness, colors, and contrast […]

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    New Apple TV Launch Imminent

    Apple is promising great things in 2014 (then again, when do they not?), and it looks an awful lot like one of them will be a brand new Apple TV according to the keen eyes at 9to5Mac. Their constant monitoring of Apple’s website has borne fruit – Apple TV, which was normally listed in the […]

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    Behold, the Pocketable YouTube Projector

    How do you carry 120″ in your pocket? With the Philips PicoPix PPX 3610 Projector you can. This portable projector is not only unique because its small, but despite its petite proportions, it’s capable of projecting up to 120 inches at an 854×480 resolution at 100 lumens. It even has Wifi and DLNA for streaming content off […]

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    CES 2014: 13 Game Changing Innovations

    Celebration of the new year isn’t complete without CES. Every year, the industry flocks to Las Vegas to show off the hottest gadgets and trends in tech for the months to come, and they tend not to disappoint. Well, maybe some do. But, it’s a big show, and there’s a lot of tech to sift […]

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    Hands on with Sony’s Flagship 85″ Sony 4K TV

    CES 2013 saw the introduction of 4K televisions, with prices as massive as sizes. But, what was still a bit of a high-priced novelty last year has become more grounded in reality during CES 2014. This looks like it will be the year where 4K television hits the mainstream, with more than a few companies […]

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    Samsung Booth TV Tour: CES 2014

    Samsung has lots to show off here at CES, as per tradition. We took a tour of the booth and have highlighted a few of the key new TV products and concepts. Curved TVs: Curved TVs are the big trend here at CES. It’s nice to see that Samsung already has a bunch on the […]

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    Pioneer’s Latest BD/DVD/CD Burner is Also a Picture Frame!

    I’m not sure how many of you actually need or will ever use a CD/DVD/Blu-ray burner in this day and age, but you’ll always need a picture frame, so the Pioneer BDR-XS05 has that going for it, at least. The BDR-XS05 is indeed an external CD/DVD/Blu-ray burner. It’s slot loaded, and can be placed horizontally […]