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Western Digital announced Tuesday its new WD TV Live HD Media Player.
Originally scheduled for a March 2009 launch, iLuv has announced that the i1166 will finally be available next month.
A new accounting rule that adjusts the way Apple handles revenue for its iPhone and Apple TV lines was approved unanimously by the Financial Accounting Standards Board.
Epson today has released two new home entertainment projectors, the MovieMate 60 and the PowerLite Home Cinema 705HD
Apple's chief accountant has backed a proposal to alter rules that require special accounting rules for its iPhone and Apple TV lines, which could help boost
Apple had removed the 40GB Apple TV from its lineup and brought down the price of the 160GB model by $100.
Skype, the popular VoIP service, is now available on the iPhone in Canada.
The Skype video and audio capture tool wasn't the only application to add support for OS X 10.6. A pair of programs from Chronos added Snow Leopard support, as did AJA Video's line of Kona video capture cards. Panoweaver 6 for the Mac also debuted Wednesday, while Audio 2 DJ is now available in stores.
Roku's $99 player added live Major League Baseball game streams to its arsenal, which already included Netflix Instant Watching and Amazon Video On Demand.
The latest version of the Apple TV software allows you to control playback using flick gestures on your iPhone and iPod touch.
The in-air mouse from Hillcrest Labs is targeted at users who connect their Mac or PC to a television set. Also, Shion home-automation software and the MAPublisher plug-in suite for Illustrator saw updates Monday.
Macworld Awards 2009 nominee LaCie has launched the LaCinema Classic Bridge, promoted as an economic way to add media player functionality to existing storage...
While Intel readies two chips with integrated graphics, these won't be the company's first chips to offer such capabilities.
The LaCinema Black Play and Record devices can store music, movies, and photos from any computer on the local network, whether through a direct network connection or built-in Wi-Fi.
Senior editor Chris Breen takes a look at two products that can help you transfer video tape content to your Mac.