Netgear Digital Entertainer HD Video
Brian Tong takes a look at the Netgear Digital Entertainer Elite at CES 2009.
While it's a bit pricey and far from perfect, the Netgear Digital Entertainer Elite EVA9150 offers an easy way to access the widest array of digital audio, photo, and, especially, video files for the do-it-yourself crowd.
ZDNet executive editor David Berlind talks with Netgear vice president of marketing Vivek Pathela about the company's latest network-attached storage appliance. For more on Berlind's take on it, click here.
CEO Steve Jobs talks up the iPad's video features, including YouTube streaming and the ability to watch movies and TV shows via the iTunes Store.
Netgear's new media storage router integrates storage functionality that offers consumers backup, storage, streaming, and wireless networking in a single package.
The Netgear EVA8000's awesome array of features should delight tech-savvy digital media hounds, although it's not as slick as Apple TV and its performance isn't flawless.
Microsoft gets fined $1.3B, Pakistan restores YouTube, Kara Tsuboi takes a look at the effects for "The Spiderwick Chronicles", no more paper tickets, iTunes takes number two in music sales, and Facebook gets tabs.
Molly Wood opens up Google's new media hub, the Nexus Q. The bowling ball-like device streams Google Play content like music, movies and YouTube, but is it worth the $299 price tag?
Cuts CEO Evan Krauss introduced his service at DemoFall 2006 in San Diego on Sept. 26, 2006. Cuts lets you take video content, such as a movie from a DVD or a TV show from iTunes, and edit it at will.
The Philips Wireless HDMI eliminates the need for an HDMI cable, so you can have a more aesthetically pleasing home theater set-up. We take a look at it at CES 2007.