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Video: Sonos demo at CES 2012

At CES I visted Sonos to look at what they are showing off this year. We looked at the Play 3 lower cost player and talked about their app for…

Video: PC with built-in laser keyboard and pico projector

How would you like a tiny little PC with built-in laser keyboard? How about a tiny PC with built-in laser keyboard and pico projector? That is what CTX technologies showed…

Video: DLNA Premium Video enables streaming of premium content over DLNA

Yesterday while I was meeting with DLNA they told me about DLNA Premium Video, a way of watching premium content over DLNA. DLNA Premium Video enables the streaming of content…

Video: Plex adds Windows Phone client and DLNA server

Today at CES Plex showed me their new Windows Phone client which enables watching web and local content on the phone and syncing with the MyPlex service. In this video…

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Video: From Design To Finished Product, A Day With Tranquil PC

Tranquil PC are a Manchester based system designer and manufacture of IT equipment and makers of some excellently quality PCs and Servers. Recently they started using a CNC machine to…

Microsoft Research shows Augmented Projectors

Microsoft’s Steve Clayton has a great video from the Microsoft Research team in Cambridge showing how augmented reality can be enabled using custom handheld projectors. In the video you can…

CyberLink announce PowerDirector 10

Cyberlink have announced an update to their PowerDirector Video Editing software PowerDirector 10. I’ve been using this for a few days and I’m quite impressed. Cyberlink claim it is the…

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Video: OnLive running from Windows Media Center

OnLive is a video games streaming service where you don’t need a hi-spec device to play, it just streams the game over the internet. One of the best ways to…

Video: Demo of the Tablet PC features in Windows 8

  A few years ago I was a big fan of Tablet PCs, I used to carry around with me my HP TC1100 and then a 2710p but now I…

Video: Using VMware Fusion 4 to run Windows Media Center on a Mac

Last year I looked at using VMware to run windows Media Center on Mac OS X and while it worked pretty well media playback was a bit choppy, so when…

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