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Samsung Smart TV
Author: My Blog Guest Author
It's easy for TV manufacturers to advertise smart TV sets. When people see the term "smart" used to describe devices, they often unquestioningly accept that they are likely to be superior to conventional, non-smart devices. Continue reading
Author: My Blog Guest Author
The choices for streaming video to your HDTV are increasing everyday. Lets compare two of the most popular devices. Continue reading
Smart LG Home Theater
Author: Robert E Kraus
It was discovered by a blogger over at the DoctorBeet blog that his Smart LG TV was collecting data about viewing habits and attached storage and sending it to LG Corporation. Continue reading
you tube, hulu, crackle,, b movies,
Author: Alice McLean
If you love to watch TV shows and movies then it's a great time to be alive. Numerous companies are now offering Streaming videos over the net to any device be it a Smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac, giving you the flexibility to watch what you want, when you want, where you want. Let's take a look at the top 6 content providers and why you should consider them. Continue reading
Author: Robert E Kraus
The latest addition to the Samsung Galaxy family of products allows compatible devices to share content. Continue reading
Sony XBR-X900A FMP-X1 4K
Author: Robert E Kraus
Sony announced a new Ultra HD Streaming Service at this years IFA conference in Germany. They also announced two reasonably price Ultra HD TV's. Continue reading
cable internet budget
Author: My Blog Guest Author
Cable television and the Internet are high cost items for many families, but are they a necessity or a dispensable luxury? Author Willie Pena breaks it down for you. Continue reading
Author: Kate Funk
It is no wonder that DVD sales are at an all time low when people can watch free movies online. Here is a list of 10 sites where you can watch free movies. Continue reading
Chromecast device
Author: Robert E Kraus
For awhile now I’ve looked into what it takes to send video and pictures to my ancient 4-year-old Samsung HDTV. It had built-in DLNA software, but that was way outdated and didn’t playback most of my video collection. I was … Continue reading
High Altitude Airship
Author: Chris Jones
Editors Note: The topic of this article, while not specifically related to Home Theaters, reports on new technology that will have an impact on those who live beyond the reach of over-the-air stations and cable providers. The Conch Tech does … Continue reading
samsung smart tv smart hub
Author: Jann Webb
Technology is in a perpetual state of convergence, to the extent that in the near future, it’s not unthinkable to believe that we won’t own separate devices at-all, simply one ‘catch-all’ product that takes care of all our personal and … Continue reading
Author: My Blog Guest Author
If video killed the radio star, then it’s probably fair to say that digital downloads are gradually killing off the video. Just as we once transitioned from records to CDs, we are now transitioning from CDs to MP3s – and … Continue reading