Microsoft reveals Windows Embedded roadmap, could be a long wait for the Windows 8 Media Center STBs

One of the few teams doing any development work with Windows Media Center over the past couple years is the Windows Embedded team, back at CES in January they showed off some the enhancements they had made to Media Center but we haven’t really seen any of the units in…

VIA Releases VIA VE-900 Mini-ITX Mainboard for Digital Home Media Enthusiasts

If you thinking of building your own Media Center system it may be worth checking out VIA’s new motherboard. The VE-900 is a min-ITX motherboard that can handle 1080p, it has a single PCI slot and can support 8GB of RAM and has HDMI port. The expected price is $89,…

Podcast: The World of Windows with Ed Bott and Mike Halsey

  I am really excited to bring you a new podcast called The World of Windows with Ed Bott and Mike Halsey. In the pilot episode Ed and Mike talk about a range of Windows topics including Windows 7 sales, the death of mobile Flash, Windows Phone 7.5 launch, Samsung…

Tranquil’s launch new Windows Home Server “Riley” range

Tranquil PC have been making great Windows Home Servers since 2007 and now their next generation of home server called the “Riley” is on the way. Here is the specs from Tranquil: Processor units powered by Intel dual core Atom, or i3/i5 processors Processor units include two 2.5” HDD bays…

DVBLink product suit v4.0.1 released

DVBLogic have released DVBLink product suit 4.0.01. This is a cumulative update that includes the patches we have talked about recently.  DVBLogic say You need to uninstall existing v4.0 DVBLink products and install DVBLink product v4.0.1 from the scratch and you can use the Backup-Restore functionality to restore your DVBLink settings after…

Apple to replace original iPod nano due to battery overheating

Not sure how many readers will be effected by this but Apple are opening up a worldwide replacement program for its original iPod nano device. According to Apple the 1st gen nano could overheat due to manufacturing issue and if you have a device sold between September 2005 and December…

Apple: iOS 5.0.1 Didn’t Fix All Of The Battery Issues, We’re Still Working On It

Despite Apple releasing iOS 5.01 on Thursday there are still battery issues effecting the iPhone.  Apple told AllThingsD that they are continuing to investigate a few remaining issues, there will probably be another update  to address the issues at some point in the future. Having not been effected by the battery…

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Podcast: TDL Mobile Show 94 – FLASH! NO-OH!

Welcome to Show 94! This week we look at the hot off the press news of the latest iOS update rolling out OTA and Jose applies the update on air in true TDL Mobile fashion. We also give our views on Adobe announcing it will be axing Flash support on…

Logitech CEO: Google TV was a beta product and cost us dearly

We have talk about the issues with Google TV before and yesterday during Logitech’s Analyst and Investor Day CES Guerrino De Luca described launching the Google TV powered Logitech Reveue as “a mistake of implementation of a gigantic nature” and Logitech had “no plans to introduce anther box”. On a…

New Nvidia beta driver fixes playback issues with Windows Media Center

Nvidia have released a new beta driver that includes a fix for black screen problems with Windows Media Center.  The problem seems to be affecting a few people in the Windows Expert Forum and seems to be caused by the last driver update.  If you have the problem you can…

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