Sony PlayTV, the digital TV tuner / DVR for PS3 that is still painfully unavailable in the United States, is getting "great new features," according to the PlayStation Blog. What does that mean for you? Well, if you're in England (as well as the rest of the UK, wiseguy), Australia, Ireland, New Zea...
April 15th 2010 at 10:46am
If you can't get funding for Taser International's Axon head-mounted video recorder, why not try your luck with Goscam?
January 9th 2010 at 10:44pm
At a glance, it's easy to mistake the Maxian E900T for other members of the Maxian family, such as the E900DIC or D900 Neo. Let's face it -- this company has some fundamental problems when it comes to differentiating between models. The latest entry into the lineup comes in the form of a wild, do-i...
January 2nd 2008 at 9:07am
We know you've heard a lot of Zune 2 info today, but we've got the word on some other details and features that we thought our loyal, highly intelligent, and downright handsome readers would like to know. Also, the folks at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer have scored some quality hands-on time with...
October 3rd 2007 at 6:02pm
The info is flying fast today as Sony's launches a multi-tiered attack on the entertainment community. Luckily, we've got some additional info on the just announced PlayTV TV tuner / DVR for the PS3, and we'd like to share it. The unit will apparently be coming to Europe "early in 2008" with other...
August 22nd 2007 at 2:21pm
Ever since it began offering consumers the then-innovative option to have their DVD rentals delivered by US mail, Netflix has been a major pain in Blockbuster's ass. And just when the retail giant finally began to leverage its brick and mortar locations to offer its own online subscribers a sweeter...
March 1st 2007 at 11:42am
I'm just getting into video editing thanks to a video podcast I'm producing. This new world of digital video frightens and confuses me. I'm just a simple boy from Philadelphia with no prior cinematic experience. Despite the fact that I am a video neophyte I can still use the usefulness in Final Prin...
January 19th 2007 at 11:00am
Camcorder accessory manufacturer Bella has just
announced a new device that will let you toss those MiniDV cassettes straight out of your bag and replace them with
your iPod or nearly any other USB 2.0-compliant storage system. The Catapult, as it's known, is a paperback-sized
digital encoder that p...
April 27th 2006 at 1:17pm
Yahoo swallowed another company this morning, one to
flesh out that Go TV home digital media effort of theirs. Just not the DVR company we'd all kind of hoped and idly thought it would be, TiVo. Nope, Yahoo now owns
Meedio, whose IP, technology, and staff are being folded into their Digital Home tea...
April 18th 2006 at 8:37am
seems to be Speculation Day™, here's another one for you, this time a little more grounded in reality than Dvorak's column about
Apple dumping Mac OS X in favor of Windows. Robert X. Cringely, who has a much better track record at examining the
tech industry and then predicting wha...
February 16th 2006 at 6:00pm
Canon is throwing down
four new consumer camcorders designed for DV beginners -- three models in the ZR series and the Elura 100. All four
sport Canon's Widescreen high resolution feature allowing full-screen image viewing on widescreen TVs, and each uses a
2.7-inch Widescreen display planel. The ZR...
January 4th 2006 at 1:55pm
We missed out on the Digital Video Expo last week, but that doesn't mean you have to. Head over to DV Guru to check out the
video-podcast, vodcast, whatever it's called these days! Randall and company bring you the low-down on the latest
digital and high-def cameras like the
HVX. If that's not enoug...
December 19th 2005 at 9:39am