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Yes we can't believe it either, but as of today Engadget HD is officially done with the terrible twos. The EHD crew's made us proud ever since their first post 36 months ago by bringing all of you the best HD news coverage they can, and in that time they've written over 11,672 posts and recorded 12...

September 22nd 2009 at 6:02pm 0 Comments
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Yes we can't believe it either, but as of today we're officially done with the terrible twos. Although we haven't always made it easy on our parents, we have tried to make them proud since our first post 36 months ago by bringing all of you the best HD news coverage we can. In that time we've writt...

September 22nd 2009 at 3:41pm 0 Comments
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We're more excited than anyone that ABC started to cover college football games in our favorite format. One of the reasons it took so long was because of all the regional football games ABC covers. Regional games are by definition not covered nationaly so how is everyone supposed to know which game...

September 22nd 2006 at 9:49pm 0 Comments
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Sorry this one's a bit late -- we were busy, you know, relaunching as Engadget HD! In our first program as the Engadget HD Podcast, Ryan joins us to welcome Engadget HD to the Engadget team! Matt tells us about his busy CEDIA coverage and has a lot to say about everything he saw there: new certific...

September 22nd 2006 at 5:25pm 0 Comments
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Well, the new Engadget isn't the only thing we're unveiling this week. We're very proud to announce the birth of our latest spin-off, Engadget HD, where we'll have obsessive coverage of everything related to high-definition. For Engadget HD we're teaming up with the amazingly talented bloggers of HD...

September 22nd 2006 at 3:56pm 0 Comments
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Disney's first Blu-ray titles hit the shelves tomorrow and needless to say we are less than impressed. There is only one title we're excited; Jay and Silent Bob Strike back. Sony has a few good titles this week and Universal releases the classic Backdraft. With another studio releasing titles for Bl...

September 18th 2006 at 2:06pm 0 Comments
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HDMI continues to gain acceptenace and the manufacturers of small CE devices want to play too. Although HDMI-mini was announced a few months ago a cable has finnally arived. Accella is showing this new cable at CEDIA and our man on the scene snaped these pics for your enjoyment. This new connector...

September 17th 2006 at 2:02pm 0 Comments
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Today's latest CODECs can do some amazing things in the quality vs size compromise, but anyone who has tried to encode their own knows how challenging it can be. Members of the Blu-ray camp have claimed they use MPEG2 for just that reason. To make using the latest CODECs easier, Toshiba has develope...

September 16th 2006 at 7:34pm 0 Comments
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The TelCos aren't the only one upgrading their networks, the Canadian Cable Cos have a lot of work to as well. It isn't all bad considering they only need to run fiber to their head ends vs to the customer premise. Telus Corp. plans to spend $600 million over the next three years to up grade 7000 he...

September 16th 2006 at 5:33pm 0 Comments
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Triple play is where it's at for telecommunications providers or at least where they want to be. Having one bill for all your telecommunications needs isn't only appealing to consumers, cable Cos want to get your phone business and Telcos want your TV business, but the question is how? Lucky for the...

September 16th 2006 at 3:20pm 0 Comments
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China is all the rage these days, I mean they make all the great gadgets we love. Sure we design most of them, but someone has to assemble all that stuff. It is about time they are going to be able to enjoy OTA HD like we have for so long. The interesting part is that they have their own format cal...

September 16th 2006 at 1:48pm 0 Comments
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Ever wonder how content is physically transported between the studios and the pre-mastering facility? In the past they have used tape or even RAID devices, but tapes are fragile and sometimes break and we all know how much RAID devices can cost. Transporting media with moving parts can be a challeng...

September 16th 2006 at 1:02pm 0 Comments