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Windows Media Center alternative BeyondTV is actually taking advantage of Microsoft's Silverlight technology for its latest feature, placeshifting recorded TV, Slingbox-style. Download Squad mentions the 4.9 beta release allows users to log in remotely via a webpage, view a list of stored programs,

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Lots of HTPC fans have been salivating over the promise of the Hauppauge HD PVR. That pesky \"analog hole\" looks like it might be the best solution for our imperfect tech world. Without integrated Windows MCE support yet, the race is on to deliver some PVR software that's step above the bundled apps

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The only thing we like better than watching HD is watching HD while streaming it wirelessly. In this quest we have streamed it to our Xbox360 and via 802.11G from our HDHomeRun, but the guys over at the SnapStream Blog has one up'ed us and are streaming HD 6 houses away! They are using off the shel

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It never fails when Microsoft releases a product it is seldom the best, but since it is so readily available *Read Free* it's easy to forget about the competition. Whether you are Citrix, PC-Anywhere or Snapstream, you have differentiate yourself by including some great features the Microsoft fans w

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There are plenty of alternatives to Windows Media Center for recording high-def signals on a PC, but there's always room for one more, right? WatchHDTV just popped up on our radar as a three program suite that supports the ATI HDTV Wonder, DIVCO FusionHDTV, and AverMedia A180 high-def cards. From

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eHomeUpgrade took a look at the latest version of the software, this time featuring HDTV suppport, and seem to be very impressed. The ability to recognize multiple tuners, DVR functions, and OTA HDTV support weigh heavily in BeyondTV's favor, it can even compress shows using DivX, unlike Windows Med

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