COMCAST4U Simplifies Service


COMCAST4U is now accessible to some Comcast subscribers. You simply text a command to 'Comcast4U' or '266278' followed by 'NOW' to get TV, VOD, Sports and Primetime listings. There is also access to account info including 'CALLME' for customer support. Best of all, aside from it being free, is that it works with most phones and providers. The catch? It is only available in Philly and its suburbs, Jersey and Delaware until mid-2011.

Via Comcast

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September 9, 2010

NJ Transit Aims for WiFi System


New Jersey Transit plans to go WiFi beginning this month. Just as Amtrack has already done in limited capacity, NJT is looking for a company to accomplish this both in its trains and stations. Other Tri-State transportation, such as the NYC subway and the Long Island Railroad, may follow suit.

Via NJ Transit

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September 1, 2010

On The Move Cuts Out Texting While Driving

Going through texting while driving withdrawal? State Farm's On the Move app will do it for you. The widget lets Android smartphone users to create and preload automated messages that you set manually. It will respond to those that are incoming while you keep both hands on the wheel. The app is free to anyone who has the insurance company's Pocket Agent.

Via State Farm

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August 18, 2010

Panasonic Endorses Netgear Routers


So much for individual choice. Panasonic has selected Netgear as its only provider of broadband routers for its line of Viera TVs. The Netgear N600 is their first dual USB WiFi choice with easy setup and access to Amazon VOD, YouTube and other online sites.

Via Netgear

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August 16, 2010

Sony Entry Level Walkman Unveiled


Sony will be releasing a new entry level Walkman next month, available in 4GB ($70) and 8GB ($80) models. The E350 can play your tunes for up to 50 hours or your videos for 10. Included Content Transfer software means you can drag, drop or sync with your iTunes library while Clear Audio technology provides clean sound without distortion. Add to that SenseMe that automatically categorizes and Bookmark to make playlists and this is one smart device.

Via Sony

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July 26, 2010

XStreamHD Adds Lionsgate to Video Stable


If you are a Dish Network subscriber then you will be pleased to know that XStreamHD will be offering Lionsgate films and TV series in HD. Over 12,000 titles will be available in 1080p and in up to 7.1 channels of audio. In order to reap the benefit you will need an HD media server, available in two packages, the Fast Stop priced at $399.00 or the Pro Stop for $499.00.

Via XstreamHD

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July 21, 2010

Marchon To Create Designer 3D Sunglasses


Marchon will soon be manufacturing a better grade of 3D glasses. The eyeware will feature circular polarized lenses that are compatible with RealD-enabled theaters as well as passive TVs, monitors and almost any other electronics equipment. They can also be used as sunglasses and will block 100% UVA and UVB rays in case the event is held beachside.

Via Marchon

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Netflix to Stream WB TV Titles


Netflix has one upped its agreement with Warner Bros. by expanding the number of TV series offered. 'Nip/Tuck,' 'Veronica Mars,' 'Pushing Daisies' and 'The Sarah Connor Chronicles' will be available for four years. Earlier this year, the two companies came to a deal with Netflix agreeing to wait 28 days after a new DVD release in exchange for a discount on Warner movies and TV shows.

Via PR Newswire

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July 9, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Super Wideband Logitech Headsets


Logitech has two new headsets with super wideband audio support and are compatible with the company's Vid HD and Skype. The USB H530 has laser-tuned drivers and a price of $49.99 while the Laptop H555 folds flat when not in use and will set you back $59.99

Via Logitech

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June 3, 2010

IOGear Wireless HD Kit


Look what IOGear just released. This wireless HD Kit can connect DVD/Blu-ray/VHS players, Home Theater Pcs, media servers and set-top boxes to your HDTV or projector. The device doesn't need a router and can stream full HD 1080p 60Hz video and audio from up to 100 ft. away.The GWAV8141K is available for $899.95.

Via IOGear

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