HDTV

  • Review: Foxtel play on Xbox one

    Those of us who live in the digital world will look at the prospect of having a satellite installed on the roof as antiquated. Thankfully there is an option. Foxtel PLAY on the Xbox One was released last month and allows customers digital only experience and access to living...
  • New Slingboxes won’t reach Australia till next year

    There’s two new Slingboxes available in the US. The new top of the line Slingbox 500 and baby brother Slingbox 350 both have brand new hardware design. No that image above isn’t a device that’s been run over by a truck, that’s the design. This non-stackable design started with...
  • NRL Grand Final on WIN also fails HD rugby fans

    Another day another Grand Final delivered in standard definition. Yesterday, we covered the failing of Channel 7 to broadcast the AFL Grand Final in HD, today it’s Rugby League fans who are exploding over WIN’s 576i broadcast. The reason sport benefits from HD is reduced motion blur, better clarity,...
  • Corning introduces Willow Glass to the world…

    We all know and love Gorilla Glass. You know the stuff; it protects the displays of most smartphones, tablets and even HDTV’s that are currently on the market. This week, the brain behind the popular glass, Corning, has unveiled one of its latest projects at Display Week in Boston,...
  • The technology behind delivering a HD Bathurst 1000

    Image credit: V8 Supercars The most passionate V8 Supercar fans will be punishing their livers while braving the rain at Mount Panorama this weekend. The next level of supercar fan will be parked in front of a HDTV. This year one of the biggest events on the motorsport calendar,...
  • Strap yourself in, looks like 21:9 HDTV is here to stay

    This time last year I thought Philips were nuts for creating the non-standard 21:9 ratio HDTV. Well this year’s pre-CES announcements/leaks seem to indicate the craze is catching. Hot off the heels of their VIA tablet and phone announcement, now comes news that Vizio are also entering the 21:9...
  • Internet connected TV’s start supporting Win7 Play-to feature

    For what seems like an eternity, home users have had to search for ways to get content from their computers to their TV. Interim solutions have often been via set top boxes or game consoles, but ultimately this solution was only a workaround to what should have arrived years...
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