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TechnologyTell Review: Nyrius Aries Home+ HD transmitter

You had been struck with this vision to create the perfect home theater layout for some time before. As the new HDTV is being unpacked, you’re moving furniture, clearing wall space for a mounting bracket, and relocating power strips. “Ah, it’s going to be perfect”, you think, since you’ve never liked watching TV in the more »

Totally wireless, Flicks delivers home audio, video anywhere

If you’ve ever used a projector for entertainment purposes, you probably know how terrible the built-in speakers are. I keep a compact speaker alongside my projector, since the difference in audio is like night and day. But that’s just for quick/mobile convenience. If I’m setting up the projector for plush movie-viewing, I’m reaching for the more »

TechnologyTell Review: Celluon PicoPro laser projector

Ahhh, projectors. The ones we have now are so much better than those of yesteryear. They’re more portable, more affordable, and more powerful. What’s not to like? Most all of us have experienced mobile music via connected smartphones, streaming services, and Bluetooth wireless headphones. But how about mobile movies? I’m so seriously, you guys. You more »

Samsung SmartTV listens in, records private conversations

It goes to show that in this day and age it behooves consumers to be thoroughly familiar with all aspects and features of the tech they own. You never know just how “smart” some smart devices can be. If you own a Samsung SmartTV (or two or three), you might want to go and disable more »

TechnologyTell Review: Oco Wi-Fi cloud camera

At CES 2015, there was no shortage of home monitoring and surveillance cameras. Now that there are so many models from different brands available, it may seem that they’re mostly the same. In terms of hardware, it could be true. However, when you get down to it, it’s the software and interface that can make more »

AmbiVision tricks out movie, gaming experiences like woah

Whether it’s the interior of gaming desktop towers, the belly of your hot ride, or cosmic bowling, LED lights make everything totally awesome. And if you spend a lot of entertainment time with your big screen TV, why not have some LED lights for added ambiance and cool-factor? There are a lot of LED lighting more »

Sceptre’s latest 55-inch packs quality tech at affordable price

While the latest and greatest technology is fantastic to hear about, it’s even better when people get to purchase and use it. Naturally, price becomes the biggest obstacle to ownership, since said tech can fetch a pretty penny. Instead of just wishing for a 4k UHD TV, you can go out and pick one up more »

iPhone universal remote showcasing at CES 2015, shipping January

If you haven’t yet experienced the convenience of a universal remote, you’re totally missing out. Not only can one streamline actions and selections, but it seriously cuts down on coffee table clutter. And if you happen to be an iOS user with an older iPhone lying around, there’s a great way to repurpose that device more »

Rupert Murdoch thinks Amazon, Netflix are too big. Duh.

Unless you’re the one in the lead, no one likes monopolies. Few people may understand this concept more than Rupert Murdoch, the 83-year-old founder of one of the world’s largest media conglomerates. If you’ve ever watched some TV, especially anything from 21st Century Fox, he’s made money off of it. But local and cable television more »

Sharp releases new AQUOS 4K UD27

 line, a series of 4K Ultra HD TVs and a Hi-Res Audio Player, is now shipping. The TVs are equipped to provide Netflix streaming and other inputs as 4K content is released. 70″ screens are available with 16% more viewing space and a wallpaper option for displaying personal photos during non-viewing times. The device is more »

Keecker launches, brings new meaning to mobile media

If you’re interested in some seriously inventive and powerful computer hardware, you’re going to want to check out the Keecker project up on Kickstarter. It’s called the world’s first ‘HomePod’, but it looks more like an 80s throwback of a futuristic robot pet. Don’t distract yourself with its appearance; you can always add decals, racing more »

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Google Nexus Player launches soon, relief for Ouya owners

Google really wants its hardware behind all the content you might enjoy on your home television sets. If you’ve been interested in a competitive alternative to Apple and Amazon, you’ll be able to preorder the Google Nexus Player soon, with the device hitting major retailers at the beginning of next month. The Nexus Player will more »