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Logitech Revue with Google TV Review: A Bridge to the Future

I’m bullish on Google TV. Bullish. Well, bullish on the concept of Google TV and how it integrates with the current way most people consume television and the way we’ll all consume television in the future. Whether Google TV as a platform ultimately succeeds or fails doesn’t matter as much as the method with which Google has fused TV …

TiVo Rolls Out Online Season Pass Management

TiVo subscribers looking for a more streamlined way to manage their Season Pass shows can now do so via TiVo’s website.

According to the press release:

“For years, TiVo has allowed customers to remotely schedule recordings and set up Season Passes from tivo.com. With this updated tool TiVo subscribers can now also reprioritize or …

Roku XDS Review: Choice Is Never a Bad Thing

As we mentioned in our Apple TV review, there’s no better time to be in the market for a set-top box. While we wait for Boxee to release the Box in November, we’ll take a look at Roku’s recently announced XDS.

It’s the cream of the crop and has the specs to back it up. It ships with an HDMI cable but also works with any TV, …

Apple TV (2010) Review: Welcome To The Family

There are two schools of thought on the new Apple TV, and rightfully so. On the one hand, you have the snarky, gadget blog trolling fanboys who will nitpick every little thing that it can’t or no longer does. And then there’s your Average Joe or your mom, who just wants to watch their Netflix queue. For all intents and purposes …

Bose Does the Unthinkable, Makes a TV

*forehead slap*

As far as we’re concerned, all you need to know about the Bose VideoWave entertainment system is that it a 46-inch TV costs $5400 and weights over 100 pounds. If you really want to know more then hit the jump for the press release.

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