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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. \"Don't throw the past away. You might need it some rainy day.\" -Peter Allen, from the song \"Everything Old Is New Again\" During the late '90s and early '00s, the hype bubble grew large about a number of ideas that n

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April 3, 2011 at 8:30PM
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More Sundance, more HD. We already know many of the films being shown at the festival were shot in HD, so of course even people who aren't there shouldn't watch them any other way. To that end, the Flavorpill lifestyle blog has teamed up with DivX to provide high definition videoclips direct from Ut

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We didn't make it out to Sundance like some of the WIN crew; after all, who wants to see movie screenings when we can relax in our home theaters with high-def televisions, right? What's that you say....over half of the 193 films at the Sundance Festival are in high-definition? No, say it ain't so.

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Now of course we would say DVGuru is the best place to go learn about high definition tools for producing independent films, but if you like to get more hands on and happen to be in Utah starting tomorrow, visit the HD House. They've got panel discussions, product demonstrations and more planned. Th

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You can't fight it Hollywood: folks want their first run high-def movies and they want to view them in the comfort of their own theater. We chatted with Mark Cuban last year on the whole "release in theaters and DVD and TV" concept; looks like Fox was listening. The COO of News. Corp, Pete

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Got broadband and a monitor capable of 720p or better? Then warm 'em both up because it's time for some high-definition trailers courtesy of Apple's QuickTime site! There are six new trailers available in HD, so start downloading and watching. Hey, if you're feeling like an overachiever, don't let u

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