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For football fans the NFL Red Zone and ESPN Goal Line Channels have streamlined game day viewing by focusing on switching between scoring opportunities from simultaneously airing games and now Major League Baseball has its own version (there's already a web edition dubbed Full Count). The MLB Networ

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology, multimedia, and digital entertainment: Watch maker Fossil was among the first companies to support MSN Direct, the smart objects technology first offered by Microsoft in a number of timepieces. Earlier this year, the

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Do you have DIRECTV'S newest high-def receiver? The H20? If you do we are confident that it runs hot 'cause most of 'em do. We don't know why (someone can tell us if they know) but we do have a solution for you that we found on AVSForums. Simply, well not super easy but still easy, install a fan on

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about the future of technology, multimedia, and digital entertainment: \"Hey there. Is this place new? I've been to this mall many times and never saw it before.\" \"Yes, sir. Welcome to The Hewlepsmark Inkjet Printer Cartridge Experience.\" \"No kid

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If you have money and want every channel, every movie, every pay-per-view event, every adult channel and every HDTV station, you might want to check out DirecTV Titanium. If you don't have the cash to drop down $7,500 a year, which works out to be $625 a month, you can still read on to see how the e

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Well, this is just a rumor right, but it looks like it is going to happen. Dish Network is adding Home & Garden HD, National Geographic HD, NFL HD and Starz HD to their high definition lineup in early June. Keep in mind that this is not an official announcement as it was found on SatelliteGuys.u

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Not to be outdone by DirecTV, Dish Network is launching eleven new local high-def markets. This role call includes Dallas, Houston, Miami, Phoenix, Portland, Ore. Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, and Spokane. These new markets brings Dish Networks local station count to 24

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DirecTV just keeps rolling out these high-def markets. The newest ones on the list of 24 cities is Milwaukee, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and St. Louis. DirecTV plans to have 26 more markets up by years end and at this rate we don't see them not achieving their goal. At the beginning of the year, they o

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