vmcPlayit Beta 2.0

vmcPlayIt 2.0 beta has been released, the new version adds new playback features: Added new Playback feature, when this feature is enabled all videos get added to a playback queue…

Playing around with Windows 7 Media Center

I have mentioned previously how I used to use MCE 2005 for my office TV at home but since going all in with SKY TV and losing my office to…

How Google TV will work?

More details are coming out on how Google TV could work, first it looks like it not going to be a replacement for existing boxes from providers but rather a…

Making sense out of HDMI 1.4 Performance and the CEAs 861 InfoFrames – Installment 027

We finally are starting to understand the relationship of HDMI 1.4 to the requirements of 3-D as we discuss what the vendors actually are delivering in Installment 027.  Along the…

Big Screen ‘by Remote’ v0.5i Released

Niall is sure pushing out updates for ‘by remote’ his remote scheduling application, release V0.5i fixes some bugs from the previous build and adds a new guide tab plus episode…

TDL Mobile Show No.31

This week we take the quick-fire approach to the news. Short one man and pressed for time, we delivered a neatly packed 30-minute show. This was the week for carrier…

Unboxing: HTC Legend

Last year, the HTC Hero finally brought the design and style that everyone expected of HTC to an Android device. With the Legend, HTC is hoping to push the envelope even…

Podcast: The Media Center Show No.249 – By Remote

Returning to the show this week is Windows Media Center MVP Niall Ginsbour talking about his remote scheduling application called “By Remote”. The application enables you to schedule recordings and…

The Media Center Show No.249 – By Remote

Returning to the show this week is Windows Media Center MVP Niall Ginsbour talking about his remote scheduling application called “By Remote”. The application enables you to schedule recordings and…

Playing with Kylo Browser for the TV

On Monday Kylo.tv launched a browser designed to be displaying on large displays like a TV, essentially its a standalone 10foot web browser. So I thought I would download it…