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The next few months might prove to be the swansong of Blockbuster Video.
Axiom Audio has just revealed a service that it claims makes it the "world's most customized loudspeaker shop." The company now offers the "Customize Yours" service, which
Vinyl records are becoming a curious marketing tool for video game companies.
Glasses-free 3D TVs have been a long time coming, but they still haven't come out yet. That might change if Toshiba has anything to say about it.
Denon Electronics is a hundred years old this year. Yes, the audio equipment manufacturer first set up shop a century ago in Japan.
This is a very interesting use of BD-Live.
For years, FOX has shown NFL games in 4:3, even when in high-def.
At just a little smaller than 7" by 5", the Amex Digital MP-501 is the world's smallest 1080p media player. At least, that's what the company claims.
Twitter, it seems, is inescapable. It's on computers, cell phones, iPads/Phones/Pods, and now it's coming to Panasonic VieraCast HDTVs.
It's been a long time coming, but the Star Wars trilogy is finally coming to Blu-ray Disc. That's the good news.
Time Warner Cable is playing catch-up with Comcast.
CDs are arguably on the way out. Cassette tapes are extinct. Vinyl albums are generally used only by audiophiles and other extreme music enthusiasts.
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