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Apple released an Apple TV 2.1 software update Thursday.
Elgato has updated the software for its Turbo.264 video coprocessor to directly support YouTube video uploads and other new features.
A first look at Roku's $100 Netflix Player hardware, which lets you stream Netflix movies over the Internet to your TV.
The latest update to Elgato Systems' turbo.264 software adds direct YouTube support and more.
In addition to renting movies on the Apple TV, users can now purchase films directly from the set-top box, which will transfer back to a computer's iTunes library.
Nvidia's GeForce 8800 GT card is now available as an upgrade kit for first-generation Mac Pros.
Mid-April normally means a visit to Las Vegas for the annual NAB show aimed at video and broadcast pros. And while there’s some Mac news coming out of the show, it isn’t being announced by Apple, which doesn’t have a booth at this year’s event. Jonathan Seff looks at Apple’s changing attitude toward trade shows.
Blackmagic has introduced a new device aimed at consumers and one aimed at large post-production houses.
Blackmagic's new DeckLink HD Extreme card features HDMI capture and playback, 3Gb/s SDI and other enhancements.
G-Technology's forthcoming G-RAID Pro drive will be available in configurations from 1-4TB with FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB 2.0 support.
Call Box's latest training DVD for video pros teaches you how to use Sony's PWM-EX1 XDCAM tapeless camcorder.
Telestream's Pipeline video ingestion hardware now works with Final Cut Server and also supports Pro Res 422 Standard Definition (SD) video.
Anyway, should you be braver than I and venture out into the Overworld, you might find yourself a bit at loose ends. Fortunately, we’ve assembled for you this collection of gadgets that should make your outdoor experience worthwhile. Just remember to watch out for the mutated troglodytes, okay?