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Envive unveils 4TB Green TheaterStation

Envive unveils 4TB Green TheaterStation

Streaming media around a home or office is a great way to share entertainment that can be controlled and stored on one central server. A company called Envive offers several streaming content servers called TheaterStation along with clients that allow music and video to be streamed to more than one location.

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Xbox 360 gets exclusive Netflix streaming: no other console allowed

Xbox 360 gets exclusive Netflix streaming: no other console allowed

Microsoft have begun to push out the Xbox LIVE update for their Xbox 360 console, and along with the games on demand, new avatar customization and UI improvements comes confirmation that the company has signed an exclusive deal with Netflix for instant streaming to a console.  The partnership means that the Xbox 360 will be the only console on which Netflix streaming is possible, effectively cutting the PlayStation 3 and Wii out of the loop.

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Digeo Moxi Mate $399 multiroom DVR streamer

Digeo Moxi Mate $399 multiroom DVR streamer

Digeo have unveiled the latest piece in their Moxi DVR puzzle, the Moxi Mate, which takes digital content multi-room.  Designed to work in tandem with the Moxi HD DVR, the "virtually silent" box shuttles video recorded from the main unit, together with Rhapsody music, Flickr photos and - courtesy of the PlayOn software - Hulu and Netflix content.

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Sonic gearing up to offer 3D movies at home

Sonic gearing up to offer 3D movies at home

More and more movies are being released into theaters in 3D these days, which is no doubt impressive, but wouldn't it be nice to have this technology at home? That's what Sonic thinks as they begin development of a 3D home movie delivery system.

In an effort to get this project off the ground, Sonic is working with NVIDIA and others to bring GeForce 3D Vision to their Roxio CinemaNow player.

Compatible displays include the ViewSonic FuHzion VX2265wm and the Samsung 2233RZ. The movies will be shown in 1080p and can be shown on anything device that's 3D-ready including projectors. There's no word on any potential release date or cost, but we'll keep you posted.