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WD TV Live Plus HD Media Player Brings Netflix to Yet Another Box

WD TV Live Plus HD Media Player Brings Netflix to Yet Another Box

Netflix is just about everywhere you'd want it to be at this point. Even the mobile scene. So don't consider us all that surprised that it's just shown up on yet another box, with access to your full Netflix library. Western Digital has officially announced the availability of their TV Live Plus HD Media Player (which is much like their previous TV Live HD, but with a plus sign), and if you're interested in all sorts of cool features, then take a look after the break for what it's bringing to the table, plus that release date and pricing we know you care so much about.

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WD TV Live HD Media Player is the First Network Media Player Compatible with Windows 7

WD TV Live HD Media Player is the First Network Media Player Compatible with Windows 7

Western Digital managed to wrangle up an update that they could release, officially, today, and it's designed for their WD TV Live HD. Is there anything all that great about this update? There sure is. In fact, this update should make Western Digital pretty happy, considering they can place themselves in the "one and only" category for the time being.

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Hands-on with TiVo Premiere [Video]

Hands-on with TiVo Premiere [Video]

So we’ve just seen the launch of the TiVo Premiere series today; we’ve also spotted some first looks at the new TiVo models, and their visually-impressive UIs.  As we mentioned before, it’s based on Flash, which will undoubtedly open up all sorts of goodness and opportunities for future development.

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Mag+ digital magazine reader concept headed to 2010 prototype [Video]

Mag+ digital magazine reader concept headed to 2010 prototype [Video]

Prototype digital media tablets seem to be the concepts of the moment, and we're particularly enamoured with Bonnier R&D's Mag+.  They reckon that part of the appeal of magazines is the ability to "lose yourself" in the content, and as such the concept  - which was designed by BERG - is navigated by "shifting focus" though tapping different sides of the screen.

Video demo after the cut

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Blockbuster and Motorola Working to Bring Handset Owners OnDemand Media

Blockbuster and Motorola Working to Bring Handset Owners OnDemand Media

If you own a Motorola phone and you've been thinking you could use some more media on it, then you should be happy to know that Blockbuster feels the same way, and they're ready to do something about it. Today marked the announcement that Blockbuster has plans to launch a feature that ties into their Blockbuster OnDemand movie downloading service, for select handsets. That probably means all of you still touting your RAZRs will be out of luck, but hey, it's time to upgrade anyway, right?

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Palm Cares About Gaming on the Pre

Palm Cares About Gaming on the Pre

Right now, Palm's Pre isn't quite a gaming powerhouse. Actually, it's not at all, and for a lot of people, that's something they wish would be alleviated, and soon. When a phone like the Pre releases in the market against the likes of the iPhone, it's almost essential that the Pre's media abilities come shining through at some point. And it looks like Palm is setting up to show that the Pre is capable of gaming, too. Or, something pretty close.

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Zune Gets Creative with XNA

Zune Gets Creative with XNA

The media portion of the upcoming Zune HD is something of considerable consideration recently, as many people are wondering if the upcoming PMP will strive to defeat the iPod Touch, or even start a fight with it. And, as we've seen recently, Microsoft seems pretty determined to get the ball rolling on developers working with their peripheral. But, one question that hadn't been pressed much, was how the future games of the Zune HD could be developed and implemented.

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Apple release new Final Cut Studio, Logic Studio & Logic Express 9

Apple release new Final Cut Studio, Logic Studio & Logic Express 9

Well that was quick; hardly did we have time to notice that the Apple Store had been taken down, when it's back on line with a few new additions.  Unfortunately the iPod price cuts we'd pondered upon failed to pan out, but instead there are two software updates: a new version of Logic Studio, and a new version of Final Cut Studio

 

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