Archive for the ‘TV’ Category

Bang & Olufsen Beolab 14


This post brought to you by Bang & Olufsen. All opinions are 100% ours. Functional and fashionable – that has always been Bang & Olufsen’s motto. And their recent addition to the family, the BeoLab 14 surround sound system, delivers on both fronts. A multi-satellite speaker and subwoofer system, it can accommodate up to 6 active […]

NetFlix SuperHD is Now Playing


Feeling left out because your internet provider isn’t on board with Netflix’s Open Connect program that provides access to its Super HD high-bitrate 1080p streams? Let that feeling of abandonment go, as the company has announced all of its customers (with compatible players) now have access to the higher quality video (and, in the US, 3D). According to Netflix […]

Zeebox App


This post brought to you by zeebox. All opinions are 100% mine. We love TV. And we love our TV shows. So much so that when a recent episode ends, we seem to look for commentary on it across the web. To that end,  there seems to be a ton of TV Apps for the […]

Google Chromecast


Google recently announced the release of the Google Chromecast, a pint-sized streaming gadget priced at $35 USD and an absolute tech game changer. Selling out at the Google Play store within hours of its product announcement, the dongle acts as a streaming medium between your phone or computer, and your TV. Packaged with a free three-month Netflix subscription, […]

VeriBox – Verizon and Redbox Will Join Forces and Offer Streaming


Those feeling remorse about terminating their Netflix account and desiring a comparable streaming service and not finding any, now have a glimmer of hope .  It seems our friends at Redbox are teaming up with Verizon and will be unveiling Streaming Video.  Sure, theres Amazon and Hulu, and although Netflix’s offerings are not as grandiose […]

Roku Streaming Stick


If they two certainties in life, they are death and that electronics get smaller over time. Roku proves it with the Roku Streaming Stick. Your favorite streaming TV device will be ditching its boxy looks in favor of something akin to a USB flash drive. Just pop this little guy in the MHI-enabled HDMI port […]

Time Warner Cable Android App Coming


Time Warner Cable subscribers with Android tablets have been coveting live TV streaming since the iPad app launched in March, and it looks like they won’t have to wait much longer (provided everything goes according to schedule). The cable company has announced that it’s currently developing an Android app that’s expected to launch in late […]

RedBox Rumored to Offer Streaming


Those of us in the U.S. already know how powerful the tiny red kiosks really are. Redbox and Netflix are directly responsible for the demise of offline movie rental giant Blockbuster. Will Redbox’s new streaming plan now steal significant marketshare from Netflix? At just under four bucks, it’s definitely a threat. The proposed package would […]

Beam Me Up


This post brought to you by VeeBeam. All opinions are 100% mine. The interwebs offer almost unlimited entertainment options, but many users feel limited by the constraints of a small computer screen. Veebeam gives you the freedom to display your computers content directly on your TV’s big screen via wireless-USB. Veebeam is comprised of a wireless-USB […]

Winter Wipe Out is a Fave

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Guest written by our friend Waldo Byers If you’re looking for a funny, exciting competition program on television, you’ve got to check out Winter Wipe Out. This is the second season of the Wipe Out competition, and they have added lots of wintery accessories to the crazy obstacle course that contestants have to follow. First, […]

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