home entertainment center

home entertainment center

WSJ: Google working on a home entertainment center

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Google plans to release a device that would wirelessly stream music throughout the home, the Wall Street Journal reported....
WSJ: Google working on a home entertainment center
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How to build your own Steam Box today

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Manufacturers have tried to put PCs in our living room for years, with mixed success. One of the most recent example is Alienware's X51, which looks great in a home-theater rack, but delivers underwhelming performance when you use it to play high-end games with all their graphic settings cranked...
How to build your own Steam Box today
Nexus Q can't be used standalone, powered exclusively by Android devices on the same network

Warner Archive on-demand disc service kicks off Blu-ray availability with Gypsy, Deathtrap

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Clamoring for some obscure classics to grace your high-definition home entertainment center? Warner Bros. has a service to sell you, or re-sell you, as it were: the Warner Archive is finally ready to dabble in Blu-ray. Film buffs know the service for delivering made-to-order discs on-demand, typically offering rare,...
Warner Archive on-demand disc service kicks off Blu-ray availability with Gypsy, Deathtrap
Google Nexus Q home media streamer hands-on

Harman Kardon debuts AVR 700, AVR 1700 receivers

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Harman International Industries has unveiled two audio/video receivers -- the Harman Kardon AVR 700 and AVR 1700. Both feature the brandís classic styling and renowned sound reproduction for consumers who want to start or upgrade a home entertainment center. To accommodate the latest high-definition audio and video sources, each is...
Harman Kardon debuts AVR 700, AVR 1700 receivers
Oh yeah, Ouya gets (even more) media: XBMC and TuneIn

How Samsung Pulled Off A Budget Tablet That's Better Than The Kindle Fire

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Samsung's budget-friendly 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 is out now. At $250, we think it's a better choice than Amazon's Kindle Fire. It's Samsung's first tablet to ship with the latest and greatest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. Plus it has a neat app called Peel that acts as a...
How Samsung Pulled Off A Budget Tablet That's Better Than The Kindle Fire
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Nintendo Wii U to launch in US, Europe in November; also will work as a DVR

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Nintendo said Thursday that its new Wii U game console will go on sale on November 18 in the U.S. and will also work as a home entertainment center....
Nintendo Wii U to launch in US, Europe in November; also will work as a DVR

Whawhee enters beta to rejuvenate online classifieds

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If you wanted to find a date, a home entertainment center, or a job, where would you go? Pre-Internet the answer would have been the classifieds section of the local newspaper, a one-stop shop for anything and everything available in the neighborhood. This function has largely been handed off...
Whawhee enters beta to rejuvenate online classifieds

Lenovo's new tablets have Android 4.2, quad-core processors

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Lenovo has announced new 7-inch and 10-inch tablets with quad-core processors and Google's latest Android 4.2 operating system, becoming one of the few companies to offer that version of the OS in tablets. The S6000 tablet has a 10-inch screen and is being marketed as a "mobile home entertainment...
Lenovo's new tablets have Android 4.2, quad-core processors
Google-branded home entertainment center planned for 2012 launch, says WSJ

Boot up: more on Nexus 7, 800m smart devices, Silicon Valley's lost values and more

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Plus the Nexus Q's odd incompatibility, Google+ gets some API goodness, and moreA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamEXCLUSIVE: Google+ History API will bring in your past updates from around the web >> VentureBeatStop the dadgum presses! Googler Louis Gray...
Boot up: more on Nexus 7, 800m smart devices, Silicon Valley's lost values and more
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