Archive for the ‘Home Media Player’ Category


What is Hulu TV?

What is Hulu TV? Hulu TV allows you to watch loads of your favorite TV shows and movies on your PC, for FREE. What’s the catch, there must be a catch? It’s the brainchild of NBC and Fox and they’re not famous for doing anything for free! Well, there is a catch, but it’s only […]

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What is Google TV?

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What is Apple TV?

What is Apple TV? The brainchild of Apple Mac (no surprises there then), Apple TV is fundamentally a digital media receiver which is designed to play the digital content from Netflix, the iTunes Store, MobileMe, Flickr or any Windows or Mac OS X computer which is running iTunes, directly onto either an enhanced definition or alternatively […]

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What is Tivo?

What is Tivo? Tivo is the self proclaimed one box, the best way to bring all of your entertainment needs together from the TV and the web, in one, easy to use, amazing box. It can do it all, Cable, Web, Movies and Music. What more could you need? Tivo is smart, it’s elegant and […]

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What is Boxee?

What is Boxee? Boxee is a fantastic way in which you can watch movies as well as TV shows and clips on your TV from the internet. After installing free software onto your computer, you can simply connect it to your TV with either an DVI cord or an HDMI, depending on the type of […]

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What is Roku?

What is Roku? Roku is instant TV in a box, that’s what it is. Maybe I should explain a little more, after all, any TV is instant TV and many of the old ones are boxes aren’t they? OK, well then, let’s see what Roku can do. Roku is a little box (yes, we know […]

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What is Vudu?

What is Vudu? Let’s start off by saying that Vudu is completely different to Voodoo, although they’re both magic, in their own way. Whereas Voodoo involves lots of mumbo jumbo Caribbean chanting and often a poisonous snake or a shrunken head, Vudu however, is just a great way to watch movies on TV, and that’s magic! The […]

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