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Under normal circumstances, we tend to give 3D a hard time around here, but it's hard to deny the strides the technology has made of late in an attempt to move beyond being a gimmick and into a desirable product. It seems that hundreds of NBA fans that packed the Magnolia Theater just days ago were

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It's good to see those Brits aren't the only ones getting 3D HD sports action this season, as PACE is back and hooking its Fusion 3D tech to an NBA game yet again. For the first time during the regular season (after last year's All-Star Game and a Finals game) -- and unsurprisingly with a connection

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The best thing about using a series of games to decide the champion of a league is the fact that fans from both teams get to experience at least one home game. But even when your team is away, people often still gather and watch the game at the arena (if not on their big screen); and this year the C

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If you can't afford a courtside seat at this weekend's NBA All-Star Game festivities, the league is testing a new way to \"change the way we see the game\" -- sans the chance of rubbing elbows with various celebrities. Guests in Las Vegas, will go to the Mandalay Bay hotel instead of the Thomas and Ma

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If you can't afford a courtside seat at this weekend's NBA All-Star Game festivities, the league is testing a new way to \"change the way we see the game\" -- sans the chance of rubbing elbows with various celebrities. Guests in Las Vegas, will go to the Mandalay Bay hotel instead of the Thomas and Ma

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Looks like 2Wire isn't the only player in the league trying to forge a little satellite / IPTV lovefest, with British manufacturer Pace now pushing a hybrid set-top box of its own -- dropping some PVR and content sharing functionality into the unit to boot. Dubbed simply the Pace Hybrid PVR at the m

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UK HDTV viewers now have a second way to receive their free-to-air signals. Pace has launched their own set-top box that will allow people to enjoy soccer football on the BBC. With all the issues Sky is having getting their HD boxes up this might be a great way to enjoy the worlds past-time. Users

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