On Wednesday, Pioneer Electronics announced what it hopes will be the next stage of in-car connectivity--the AppRadio, an in-dash system that can display iOS apps on its screen.
Sure, cutting the cable cord sounds tempting--no more monthly bills, no more paying for all those channels you never watch. But could you really get by without it?
On Tuesday, Slacker launched Slacker Premium Radio, a $10-a-month on-demand tier of the company's music-streaming service.
On Monday, Elgato introduced the HDHomeRun bundle, SiliconDust's networked, dual-tuner device that lets you watch and record over-the-air (ATSC) or unencrypted digital cable (Clear QAM) signals on of two Macs at the same time using Elgato's EyeTV 3 software.
We've just reviewed three new 3D HDTVs ranging in size from 47 inches to 65 inches. Check them out.
Despite some rough edges, Toast 11 is a very nice upgrade from Toast 10.
$50 might seem steep for a way to stick your iPhone on your car's windshield, but Navigon's Design Car Mount Kit is well-made, attractive, and includes a charger and a dock-connector cable.
Macware is giving away its MacFonts 4 collection of more than 1000 OpenType fonts to Macworld Insiders (normally $40).
On Tuesday, Apple released the latest update to iPhoto 9--aka iPhoto '11. iPhoto 9.1.2 adds new card themes to the app, as well as provides the obligatory improvements in "overall stability" and addresses a number of other minor issues.
On Thursday, Apple released a minor update to its iBooks e-book and PDF reading app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. iBooks 1.2.2 includes "a number of important stability and performance improvements" for playing video, incorrect fonts, and responsiveness.
The second-generation Apple TV is in many ways a radical departure from Apple's original set-top box. Here are some of the things that make it a must-have device in your media cabinet.
How much difference does $25 make? Apparently enough for Amazon to announce on Monday a separate, ad-supported version of its third-generation, Wi-Fi-only Kindle for $114 instead of $139 for the standard version.
On Tuesday, Apple released a minor software update for the second-generation Apple TV. One important change is a fix for screen flickering problems that some users have reported.
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With products such as the second-generation Apple TV, streaming content from your computer and over the Internet to your HDTV is easier than ever.