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May 4, 2015 by Josh Pollard
It's now official that our favorite DVR software won't be included in Windows 10, but does that mean this is the death of Windows Media Center?
Apr 20, 2015 by Josh Pollard
SiliconDust, makers of the HDHomeRun line of TV tuners are looking to kick start the HDHomeRun DVR. Could it become the HTPC solution of the future?
Apr 8, 2015 by Josh Pollard
Microsoft is bringing live over-the-air TV to the Xbox One for users in the United States and Canada through a partnership with Hauppauge.
Jan 29, 2015 by Josh Pollard
The guys review the Windows 10 January Preview on tablets, discuss the latest updates to the Plex and PlayOn apps, and look at the latest in the legal battle over Dish's Hopper.
Jan 23, 2015 by Josh Pollard
With Ceton's hometown Seattle Seahawks returning to the Super Bowl, they've decided to mark down their products to cheer on the team.
Jan 22, 2015 by Josh Pollard
This week Microsoft held what might be their biggest press event of the year. Josh and Richard break down the Windows 10 details, the Surface Hub, and HoloLens.
My Memories is a beautiful and fun screen saver plugin for Windows Media Center. We've loved it since it was introduced, and with the latest update it's getting even better!
Jan 15, 2015 by Josh Pollard
Cable Labs has good news for some CableCARD users. Microsoft announces new low-end Windows Phones. Windows 10 news is coming as Windows 7 mainstream support is ending.
Jan 10, 2015 by Josh Pollard
Intel's NUC small form-factor PCs have always been interesting to home theater PC builders. The 5th-generation device packs even more features that should make it a compelling product.
Jan 8, 2015 by Josh Pollard
Intel's new Compute Stick is an entire computer baked into an HDMI dongle. Could it be the basis for your next low-cost home theater PC?
SiliconDust will be updating their HDHomeRun tuners this year. They're also expanding their apps to iOS and maybe even the Xbox One.
Jan 5, 2015 by Chris Barnes
Today at CES 2015, Dish announced a new service to target so called cord-cutters and cable-nevers with content that is typically only found via cable and satellite TV subscriptions.
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