Picture quality

10.26.11
Corning peels back the petals on Lotus Glass, promises low-power, high performance
10.26.11

Corning peels back the petals on Lotus Glass, promises low-power, high performance

The glass masters over at Corning are at it again. The same company that unleashed Gorilla Glas...

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05.08.11
Poll: Are you satisfied with the TV service you're paying for?
05.08.11

Poll: Are you satisfied with the TV service you're paying for?

When it comes to traditional pay-TV service the majority of us are still shelling out, but we're...

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03.28.11
Netflix Canada announces new bandwidth management settings for capped users
03.28.11

Netflix Canada announces new bandwidth management settings for capped users

The second bit of news for Canadian Netflixers in less than 24 hours deals with the other pressing...

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07.27.08
Popular Mechanics gets wise to HD compression
07.27.08

Popular Mechanics gets wise to HD compression

Around Engadget, we're all too familiar with the evil bit starving ways of some content providers a...

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06.23.08
Customers getting quicker to return flawed HDTVs?
06.23.08

Customers getting quicker to return flawed HDTVs?

Ever get the feeling most people couldn't tell if their HDTV is working correctly (much less actuall...

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06.20.08
Plasma Display Coalition emphasizes picture quality
06.20.08

Plasma Display Coalition emphasizes picture quality

Don't know how this one slipped by us, but better later than never. The Plasma Display Coalition, m...

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04.04.08
HD compression goes under the microscope
04.04.08

HD compression goes under the microscope

Considering the recent hullabaloo over Comcast and Rogers Cable deciding to (over) compress at leas...

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04.04.08
Verizon FiOS TV spot boasts of "uncompressed" HD
04.04.08

Verizon FiOS TV spot boasts of "uncompressed" HD

It was inevitable, really. No sooner does Comcast and Rogers Cable begin taking heat for over compre...

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04.04.08
Rogers Cable to implement more compression on some HD signals
04.04.08

Rogers Cable to implement more compression on some HD signals

Bad news for Rogers Cable customers -- word on the street has it that your HD feeds may begin to loo...

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