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Skyfire makes Flash video possible for Android devices as they announced the Skyfire 2.0 browser. The new app converts Flash videos to H.264 via their servers then pushes the content to the mobile devices. What’s interesting is that Skyfire’s servers are automatically adjusting the video resolution so the video will be displayed according to your […]

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University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies just released a revolutionary 3D video conference system. The entire setup is based on a simple but very efficient technology. 3D images are being displayed by projecting the video feed onto a spinning aluminium mirror. This way viewers can get a very clear image from different angles. […]

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After a lot of testing Netflix has finally released its streaming service for the Wii. They were testing with a limited number of users before the final release. With this service you will be able to instant stream movies and TV shows via your Wii console using the special Netflix disc provided for free to […]

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Redbox comes with the latest news: they are running a survey where they ask their customers if a movie streaming service similar to Netflix shall be implemented or not. As you may already know Redbox specializes in renting DVD’s via interactive kiosks and now they are running some tests to offer video games rentals. They […]

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MiFi users will be very happy to know that Novatel added streaming capabilities to the device. You can now stream music and videos over Wi-Fi using the DLNA protocol (Digital Living Network Alliance) to devices such as TV’s, iPhones and laptops. The new feature was presented at CTIA (CTIA is the largest trade show where […]

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OnLive CEO Steve Perlman announced at the Game Developers Conference, the official launch date of their on-demand video game streaming solution. Gamers will be able to play HD 3D games without actually having a video console. There have been rumors regarding OnLIVE launching date (they are not the only company thinking about this concept – […]

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3D TV is becoming a very popular concept and seems to be the next true leap in the streaming media industry. With Avatar opening in many cinemas as 3D, the video industry has taken the preliminary step to make this available on your own TV. SKY television is trying to take an early advantage on […]

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Nowadays the 3D television concept is very vehiculated and it is expected to be available for the entire public soon. Trending the real successfull Avatar movie, many TV manufacturers are very confident that 3-D video will be the next step in the video streaming industry. The technology is not really complicated, the TV has an […]

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A set-top box is the device that enables a TV set to become a user interface to the Internet and also enables a TV set to receive and decode digital television (DTV) broadcasts. DTV set-top boxes are also defined as receivers. A STB is needed to the viewers willing to receive digital broadcasts via the […]

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Here is a list of the different audio connections to complete the audio/video connection types guide. 1. RCA Connection – This is the most common audio input on TVs and many receivers. Signals are sent over two cables (stereo). Signals are analog and quality depends on the quality of the cable and the equipment. 2. […]

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