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Streak. It needs no introduction, as this slate's been gaining a lot of attention amongst gadget lovers around the world. Thanks to the UK launch last Friday, we were one of the first on this planet to procure Dell's finalized Android 1.6 phone from O2. Yep, you heard right -- Engadget's now in pos

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Another month, another upscaling technology. Tapping into NVIDIA's versatile CUDA architecture, ArcSoft has just announced its SimHD upscaling tech, which scales SD and DVD content to \"near high-definition quality.\" The app integrates with the company's heralded TotalMedia Theater, though you'll ne

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ArcSoft's TotalMedia Theatre is generally perceived as a fairly respectable piece of software for playing back Blu-ray Discs on BD-equipped PCs, and if you're looking for a great time to give it a go, now would be it. The company has just unleashed the third installment of said application, bringin

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No matter how you slice it, there will come a day when you'll be forced (or coaxed) into watching a Blu-ray flick with just two speakers or a set of cans. For those using ArcSoft's TotalMedia Theater, however, the audio playback should be pretty darn close to 5.1. Said Blu-ray playback application

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Considering how fresh ArcSoft is on the scene, it pulled a decent amount of respect from a recent poll of ours asking which Blu-ray HTPC software was preferred. For those who've stuck with the big names (you know, Corel / CyberLink), you may be considering making the switch -- after all, at least A

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It took 'em long enough, but FUZE Media Systems has finally scratched the Blu-ray itch. Reportedly, the firm has just now partnered with ArcSoft to integrate BD compatibility into its whole-home media system. If you'll recall, we just recently learned that FUZE's software would be going OEM, and su

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With Blu-ray drives for PCs selling for less than $150 -- and only getting cheaper -- many HTPC fans are left wondering, what is the best HTPC Blu-ray software? While the old favorites were the first on the scene with PowerDVD and WinDVD, ArcSoft has recently been bragging how popular its TotalMedi

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Just over a month ago Cyberlink was the first to announce its product would support BD Live and today ArcSoft claims it's the first to be \"certified.\" Unfortunately, ArcSoft failed to mention exactly when this free update would be available, so for now if you can't go without the current unimpressi

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