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When it comes to trash can technology, there's little doubt the United Kingdom is on top, what with the bomb-proof and RFID-laden bins denizens have been subjected to for years. Still, the US has trialed traceable cans for some time now, and the city of Cleveland, Ohio's just decided to make them s

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We already know you love AT&T's Total Home DVR service, but for whatever reason the company's been less than forthcoming about where and when its hitting across the country. Likely spurred on by our coverage (or maybe not) the latest press release breaks down the seven markets currently feeling

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After the onslaught of rapid-fire HD locals launches in March, all has been quiet on the DISH Network front -- until now. Four more markets can gleefully celebrate the homecoming of HD locals via DISH: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Tampa, Florida, Cleveland, Ohio and Richmond, Virginia. Each of the aforemen

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Not only did Clevelanders get blessed with a full-time HD channel to check out their Indians this season, but consumers in the area now have yet another option for acquiring content. Announced today, AT&T has strung U-verse service up to Northeastern Ohio, giving Columbus residents one less thi

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Not only is Cleveland, Ohio the first US city to boast four HD news channels, its MLB club will now have 100-percent of its games broadcast in high-definition. Just a month before it's second birthday, SportsTime Ohio is already launching a dedicated HD channel, which aims to provide \"all Indians g

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Regrettably, Clevelanders (and most others in Northeast Ohio) will have to wait a month longer before getting to view four new high-definition channels through Time Warner Cable, but at least you've got four new reasons to make it through February, right? According to a legal notice posted on the ca

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While New York may have claimed fame for being the first city to snatch an HD news broadcast and beam IPTV content OTA and over cable, it looks like Cleveland, Ohio now has its own boasting to do, as it becomes the first American city to tout three local HD news channels. One particular channel, New

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As we've noted, sometimes the media can be a bit shaky when it comes to talking about HDTV accurately. This time it's Cleveland's News Channel 5 reporting to make sure you don't buy an EDTV plasma assuming it's HDTV, a worthy cause and one we've mentioned before.The article is good, with enough warn

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