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Neuros has earned significant kudos with techies for its hackable OSD media player / recorder and its commitment to open source software. It's no surprise then to see the company reaching out to its loyal community for input on what should be found in the third generation of the device. Yes, techni

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Neuros has earned significant kudos with techies for its hackable OSD media player / recorder and its commitment to open source software. It's no surprise then to see the company reaching out to its loyal community for input on what should be found in the third generation of the device. Yes, techni

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The Neuros LINK set-top was already plenty interesting when it was just a $300 riff on a storageless HTPC capable of full-screen Hulu and YouTube playback, but now that the company's gone and added experimental Wiimote support, we might just be smitten. It'll take some work to hook Ninty's stick to

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That floor looks mighty familiar, huh? That's because it is. Just days after Mr. Dave Zatz treated us to an unboxing of the 2Wire-built MediaPoint Blockbuster movie set-top-box, here comes yet another gift from the same den. The recently announced Neuros LINK was said to practically be a full-on co

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That floor looks mighty familiar, huh? That's because it is. Just days after Mr. Dave Zatz treated us to an unboxing of the 2Wire-built MediaPoint Blockbuster movie set-top-box, here comes yet another gift from the same den. The recently announced Neuros LINK was said to practically be a full-on co

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It's just been a few short months since Neuros started shipping its OSD 2.0 set-top box, but it looks like the company is now already moving on to other devices that are equally boxy and open source-y. It's latest is the Neuros LINK, which promises to let you watch videos from Hulu, YouTube and oth

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It's just been a few short months since Neuros started shipping its OSD 2.0 set-top box, but it looks like the company is now already moving on to other devices that are equally boxy and open source-y. It's latest is the Neuros LINK, which promises to let you watch videos from Hulu, YouTube and oth

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Was it really 2006 when Linux lovers were sinking their gums into Neuros Technology's OSD? Two years later, we're finally seeing shipment of the OSD 2.0, which diverts quite significantly from the original in terms of design and ups the ante by adding support for encoding high-definition video at 7

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Was it really 2006 when Linux lovers were sinking their gums into Neuros Technology's OSD? Two years later, we're finally seeing shipment of the OSD 2.0, which diverts quite significantly from the original in terms of design and ups the ante by adding support for encoding high-definition video at 7

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Not only is this thing powered by Neuros, it even resembles the Neuros OSD. Announced today at the SINO Consumer Electronics Show, the brashly named WhereverTV acts as a liaison between your internet-connected PC and TV, delivering \"hundreds of live international television channels in more than 40

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Not only is this thing powered by Neuros, it even resembles the Neuros OSD. Announced today at the SINO Consumer Electronics Show, the brashly named WhereverTV acts as a liaison between your internet-connected PC and TV, delivering \"hundreds of live international television channels in more than 40

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It's just a little element in the ongoing fight against DRM, but every part helps, and we're kind of digging the idea. Neuros has developed a name and logo for DRM-free media to allow companies to brand their products in such a way that consumers know they're getting a fully portable file. \"Unlocke

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Whether you've found yourself camped out in a line this early winter morning or just up late to see what we're giving away on Engadget, we'd like to welcome you to our Black Friday giveaways. We've got over a dozen gadgets we're giving away today, so be sure to check frequently. First up on the blo

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It looks like Neuros might be set to expand its media-happy product line a bit further, at least according to an anonymous tipster who claims to have participated in a survey for the hereto unheard of Neuros TV Unfiltered. While details are pretty light, the set-top box apparently \"wraps\" tradition

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Those not busy tweaking their Neuros OSD may want to take a moment to download the latest firmware update from the company, which adds a full-fledged YouTube browser to further expand your media streaming options. The browser (still in beta) will let you browse and play everything on YouTube, also

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If you're the type who has thoroughly enjoyed the bevy of recent DIY ideas to come our way, then you're likely to be one of the few who actually dig the Neuros OSD. According to LinuxLookup, the open-sourced entertainment box sounded like a dream come true, but after running it through a good bit o

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We got live and personal with the Neuros OSD unit, which is currently in \"beta,\" but should have some decent software capabilities once those open source whiz kids work their magic. There's nothing much to see as far as the unit itself, but it's not too bad in the looks department, and should be sma

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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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Bad news for PSP owners: Macworld is reporting that the recent 2.7 firmware update makes it impossible for the handheld console to play content captured by the Neuros 2 Recorder. Even worse, files that you had previously recording using your Memory Stick-equipped Neuros will no longer work once you

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