Sling Media launches new Slingcatcher Video
At CES 2007, we take a look at the SlingMedia SlingCatcher. The new device comes with an optional hard drive and is designed to stream Internet video to your home television or stream television to other rooms of your house.
From CES 2008, Molly Wood takes a look at the SlingCatcher, a device that has the ability to transmit content from one TV to another.
The SlingCatcher is a hardware version of the SlingPlayer software that's available for various devices. Connect the SlingCatcher to your bedroom TV, for instance, and you can access the live TV and recorded programs from your living room DVR.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind speaks to Carmella Lyman, public relations manager for Sandisk about the company's line of audio and video players--from the Sansa Express MP3 player to the Sansa View video player and the Sandisk WiFi player.
For decades, watching television meant being a couch potato. But with the Slingbox digital storage device, you get into Lost anywhere you please. Sling Media CEO Blake Krikorian talks about the benefits of Slingbox and how it compares to television and iTunes. Video provided by Churchill Club.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind speaks to Synaptics' Sr. Director Mariel van Tatenhove about the company's innovative touch screen concept phone.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor, David Berlind looks at a new nanotechnology for cameras that will help users detect images not normally seen in the dark.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind talks to Visa's Vice President of innovation Pam Zuercher about a new technology from Visa and Near Field Communications that allows users to make payments using their cell phones instead of a credit card.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind demos a Wi-Fi radio that is designed in the shape of a rabbit. The bunny lets users communicate through any hotspot on the Internet.\r\n
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind tests out a new digital pen from EPOS that lets users transmit their handwritten notes into digital files