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Beyerdynamic's \"head tracking\" Headzone Home (pictured) system has been available across the pond for quite some time, but the outfit has just announced that it, along with the Headzone Home HT and Headzone Game, are now headed stateside. The headzone tech promises a \"virtual 5.1 experience,\" which

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January 3, 2009 at 8:31AM
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Generally speaking, when cable providers offer up \"triple-play\" packages, that third leg is a digital phone that acts as a standalone landline. Singapore's StarHub has a better idea, and it's calling it Home Zone. Hailed as the first commercial 3G femtocell service, the setup puts a MaxOnline-enable

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There's no question that the DVR is a welcome advancement over the old school VCR, but even the new tech won't do much for you if you leave the house and forget to set your box to record. Certain services like TiVo let you program your machine from a distant PC -- and let's not forget how easy Orb m

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When AT&T's Homezone service launched several months ago, we were dismayed to learn that what appeared to be a pretty capable high definition box, didn't actually have any HDTV content available for it. That shortcoming may be on its way to a resolution as Akimbo has revealed its VOD content, in

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Akimbo, as we all know, made their debut as a set-top box maker, entering the market with lukewarm reviews (at best), and a slew derisive criticism about set-top box saturation, and the need for Akimbo pushing their IPTV content platform onto HTPCs (much of which probably came from this here camp).

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