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To everything (Turn, Turn, Turn). There is a season (Turn, Turn, Turn). Sometimes those seasons can get a bit convoluted, however -- or such is the premise of Google's \"Spring cleaning in summer\" post, outlining the end of a handful of tech offerings. Because heck, even a company as big as Google

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Google's reportedly trying to put all of its product eggs into one self-branded basket. According to Mashable, two of its most popular services -- Picasa and Blogger -- may go under the branding knife and come out the other side looking like 'Google Photos' and 'Google Blogs.' With the exception of

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Evidently, loosing the DSM-750 Extender for Windows Media Center just wasn't enough for D-Link, as the firm seemingly felt the need to give loyal (and to-be) owners of the DSM-520 Wireless HD Media Player a nice bonus. Starting today, buyers of the aforementioned digital media adapter will have acc

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Evidently, loosing the DSM-750 Extender for Windows Media Center just wasn't enough for D-Link, as the firm seemingly felt the need to give loyal (and to-be) owners of the DSM-520 Wireless HD Media Player a nice bonus. Starting today, buyers of the aforementioned digital media adapter will have acc

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Welp, that didn't take too long. Around 1.5 years after it was first announced, Google has decided to \"shut down its premium video service.\" Nevertheless, the most intriguing aspect of the whole shebang is that customers who purchased DRM-laden files will reportedly no longer be able to view them on

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Well, would you take a look at this. That interestingly titled GejBox that we peeked last month has seemingly been redubbed DivX Connected, received a slight facelift, and best of all, has been caught in the wild. According to DivX, \"Connected is a digital home platform and interoperability standar

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iPhone users out there are all pretty well familiar with what sort of content they can view on YouTube at the moment: moonwalking instructional videos are a go, obscure bluegrass fingerpicking tutorials (thanks, Dad) are not. Well, now you've got another option for viewing pointless videos, since

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iPhone users out there are all pretty well familiar with what sort of content they can view on YouTube at the moment: moonwalking instructional videos are a go, obscure bluegrass fingerpicking tutorials (thanks, Dad) are not. Well, now you've got another option for viewing pointless videos, since i

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Japan's TransTechnology is back and ready to loose their latest all-media streamer, the DVX-700. The box will ship in two flavors -- the tethered M10, or wireless 802.11b/g M20 -- and comes packing a DVD player and removable 3.5-inch HDD (optional) for sneakernetting your data back-and-forth to an

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If you've been waiting ever so patiently for YouTube to make an official debut on the mobile side, and can't get TinyTube to work out just right, help is on the way. While Verizon is hoping to land an exclusive deal regarding YouTube content and its V CAST services, Orb Networks is releasing softwar

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Google has managed to show a good deal of love toward the mobile community as of late, culminating recently with the (more dubious) arrival of mobile AdWords. It seems a bit odd, then, that they've completely overlooked Google Video in the process. Scott Robbin, who fashioned his own solution to the

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Ah, so this is what you get when you take a hardware platform \"open-source\" -- the Neuros OSD. This infinitely hackable Linux-based media recorder / player beta unit is on sale now. Yeah, beta, 'cause this ain't no ordinary hardware offering. See Neuros is willing to pay you cash-money \"bounties\" t

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It's the stuff fanboy dreams are made of: Google and Apple, sittin' in a tree. In fact, if you nearly passed out when Stevie J. walked onto the stage the other day sans mock turtleneck, or started into hysterics when Larry Page rode into CES on the back of that SUV, you might want to sit down for th

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