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Raspberry Pi pre-orders get word of imminent shipment

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Raspberry Pi customers have started to receive e-mails alerting them to the imminent shipment of the repeatedly delayed home theatre hobbyistsí micro-PC. However, while this is good news for customers eager to get their hands on the sold out Model B version of the device, some users have reported difficulties...
Raspberry Pi pre-orders get word of imminent shipment

Netflix launches on Sony Entertainment Network, initially via 2012 Bravia TVs and Blu-ray models

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The day after Netflix announced details of its first quarter’s financials, losing $0.08 per share on $870 million, the video-on-demand (VoD) service has finally arrived on the Sony Entertainment Network. The Netflix app will be made available on the 2012 Bravia, Blu-ray and Blu-ray Home Theatre models which feature the...
Netflix launches on Sony Entertainment Network, initially via 2012 Bravia TVs and Blu-ray models
Olive Goes The Crowdfunding Route With Its Open Platform, All-In-One Home Music Player

Apple TV Likely To Get Bluetooth Support In Next Update: Gaming And Siri Could Follow

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Apple has introduced a new feature for existing Apple TV second and third generation hardware in its latest beta software for those devices, according to 9t05Mac. Specifically, the beta for Apple TV being tested by  registereddevelopers right now adds Bluetooth support to Apple’s set top streamer, making it possible to...
Apple TV Likely To Get Bluetooth Support In Next Update: Gaming And Siri Could Follow

Hands On With The Sonos Sub

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The Sonos Sub, not to be confused with the Five-Dollar Footlong, is a subwoofer that works wirelessly with the Sonos family of devices and adds considerable bass to any Sonos CONNECT:AMP, PLAY:5, or PLAY:3 device. It is a substantial device with two force-canceling speakers that outputs down to 25 Hz....
Hands On With The Sonos Sub

Sony updates VAIO E Series, intros E 14P bundle with LL Cool J branding and music editing software

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We already got a taste of Sony's new E series laptops when they were announced for the European market last month, but today brings confirmation that these models are arriving stateside as well The VAIO E 11, 14 and 15 all feature a new "wrap" design and a 1366...
Sony updates VAIO E Series, intros E 14P bundle with LL Cool J branding and music editing software

New ARM-based ODROID-X microPC development board inbound

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Following in the footsteps of the popular $35 Raspberry Pi ARM-based Linux hacker home theatre microPC, Hardkernel is about to ship the ODROID-X for $129 at the end of July. For the price differential, users will get access to substantially more powerful hardware, not least of which is the 1.4GHz...
New ARM-based ODROID-X microPC development board inbound

Raspberry Pi suffers production glitch, slightly delayed

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Raspberry Pi has announced that its $25 Linux-based microPC for home theatre buffs has been delayed due to a manufacturing glitch. The foundation reports that its manufacturer sourced incorrect Ethernet jacks without integrated magnetics as had been specified. Instead, non-magnetic jacks were soldered meaning that the micro-PCs will not connect...
Raspberry Pi suffers production glitch, slightly delayed
Review: Belkin Thunderstorm iPad case brings home theater quality sound to the iPad
Acer announces Aspire ZS600 all-in-one with 23-inch multitouch display

Acer Aspire ZS600 AIO announced at IFA 2012: 23-inch multi-touch Windows 8 PC (hands-on)

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As we inch closer towards that October 26th release, the glut of announced Windows 8 devices continues to grow and today is no exception. At Acer's press conference here at IFA 2012, the company unveiled its new all-in-one PC: the Aspire ZS600. At first glance, the AIO's adjustable aluminum...
Acer Aspire ZS600 AIO announced at IFA 2012: 23-inch multi-touch Windows 8 PC (hands-on)

ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it

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Fans of ThinkFlood might want to shed a few tears today, as the company has just announced it's closing its doors. As a reminder, ThinkFlood was responsible for the RedEye universal remote control system that allowed any smartphone or web-connected device to control everything from a home theatre to...
ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it
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