Posts Tagged: "home network"

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skye WiFi Music Receiver Review

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pple doesn’t give warning when it decides to make a major change, and those who invested in a 30 pin audio dock felt betrayed when they upgraded their iPhones/iPads to lightning connector models. And since many of these docks didn’t have Bluetooth built-in, the only way to play music from...

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Google Chromecast Review

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here’s been a lot of effort directed at finding ways to transfer content from a smartphone or tablet wirelessly to the big screen (i.e., TV). The problem has been the lack of a universal standard that everybody can use, and as a result the technology either comes already hardwired into...

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Wren V5PF Wireless Audio System Review

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udio docks are ugly. Yes they provide a receptacle for holding a mobile device and play music with bigger speakers. But compared to the sleek lines of the device being used with them, these guys are never going to win any design awards. Except maybe for the Wren V5PF Wireless...

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Sony BDP-S790 3D Blu-ray Player Review

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There are those who say that a Blu-ray player should do more than just play discs, but also provide a conduit to the Internet and access to applications and websites in a manner similar to that of “Smart TVs” and mobile devices.  Sony’s BDP-S790 3D Blu-ray Player does that in spades...

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Belkin G1V1000 @TV Plus Review

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 Some reviews are difficult not because of the technology discussed, but because the purpose of that technology doesn’t come across as having any value. We can all say that TV has its good moments amidst the bad — and that’s why we watch so much of it. But not in...

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Slingbox PRO-HD Review

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It’s a given that a mobile device is carrying around video content — smartphones and tablets aren’t “glorified” MP3 players, after all. But there seems to be a disconnect between the content you can view in your home — i.e., on the television — and that which you can take...