Posts Tagged: "tv"

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DB8e Ultra Long Range Outdoor DTV Antenna Review

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A lot of people have come to terms with paying for TV — as in having a subscription service for a cable box or satellite.  But free TV — high-definition –only requires a competent antenna, because digital technology means you either get a picture or you don’t. But what if...

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Apple TV vs. Roku 3 (comparison)

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Having a difficult time deciding which set top-box is for you? We’ve analyzed Apple TV and the Roku 3 side by side to bring you the most comprehensive comparison available. Here’s a breakdown of two of the most popular alternatives to conventional cable boxes and why one of them might...

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New Potato Technologies Tunelink Home Review

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Streaming music is a relatively recent phenomenon, as running wires from an amplifier to a pair of speakers, or multiple pairs, is simple enough for anyone to understand — or do. The advent of Bluetooth, combined with mobile devices carrying music libraries, has driven this idea of wirelessly sending music...

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New Camera Stabilizer Takes the Load Off Film Makers (video)

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[GR]mGVDd-EiApc[/GR] Move over, Michael Bays Spielbergs and Raimis! Movie magic just got a lot more accessible, at least from an in-practice point of view. Meet the MōVI MR Gimbal from Freefly. They make camera equipment and stabilizers. Yet the MōVI is something wildly unique. It stabilizes the traditional soul-stealer without the...

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mohu Sky HDTV Antenna Review

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Having a TV antenna was once a requirement for watching television — pictures of houses in the 1950’s had vertical poles reaching up to the sky almost without exception. Today the main purpose of an antenna has been watered down, thanks to cable TV boxes and satellite receivers. However there...

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HitBliss: the Pandora of Streaming Movies

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Sick of paying for TV shows and movies?  You could soon get them for free, and all without the legal implications that come with downloading them via BitTorrent.  It’s call HitBliss, and while the name leaves something to be desired, it would seem that the Lexington, MA company might be...