Archive for October, 2010

PlayOn Comes to Roku

You can now add PlayOn channel in Roku. That will give you access to Hulu, CBS, ESPN and many more from your Roku box. You do need a Windows computer running the PlayOn software but the license isn’t bad at $40. You can also take advantage of all the other device they support for streaming. […]

Verizon Selling iPad on October 28th

We can now add Verizon to the long list of resellers now offering the iPad. Verizon is bundling the iPad with a MiFi to offer nationwide coverage. You will also be able to get a month to month plan starting at $20 for 1GB of data. I’m hoping Verizon allows me to pick up a […]

Sony’s Google TV Solutions

Sony announced some new products that had Google TV built in. The have connected TVs and a blu-ray player. Engadget has a hands-on and it looks really good. While I really don’t need a new TV the prices are cheaper than I expected. What I’m really interested in is the blu-ray player. For $100 more […]

Logitech Revue the Google TV Available for Pre-Order

Logitech announced the Revue, which is their Google TV set top box. The specs and software look great. Google TV is going to be a serious contender in the fight for your streaming needs. The Logitech Revue is available now for pre-order. The biggest issue is the price at $299. I’m not sure where my […]

Review: AppleTV

The new AppleTV showed up a few days and I just had to break it out and start playing with it. I won’t bore you with unboxing photos because if you’re a Mac fan you have probably already looked at them. I’ll also keep this review a little shorter since there is already a ton […]

Increase Windows Media Center Tuner Limit with TunerSalad

TunerSalad allows you to increase the tuner limit of Windows Media Center with just one click. It’s a free program but accepts donations. The limit in Windows Media Center is 4 tuners and the program will allow you to increase to 8 tuners. That’s good news if you plan on buying these new CableCard tuners […]