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WD cuts the PVR in half with a new hard drive

Smart TVs are all about the smart interaction, but they also tend to come with a feature that isn't as talked about: live TV recording. This feature is nifty because it can be used to reduce your reliance on a PVR, but what do you do about storing your programs?...

TV goes mobile with Belkin @TV for phones and tablets

There's not enough time in the day to keep up with all of your TV programs and still get work, chores, feeding the dog and cat, and some element of sleep thrown in for good measure. Belkin may have a solution though, with a hardware and software solution that could let you catch up with your mobile or tablet when you're doing nothing in transit....
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Review: LG HR559D

Model numbers can sometimes be confusing, and LG’s HR559D doesn’t help. It essentially replaces the LG HR599D. One subtle digit of difference. But the effective practical difference is that the new model adds support for Blu-ray 3D....
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Review: Topfield TRF-7160

  Have PVRs become just another necessary brick in your wall of AV gear? Topfield certainly seems to think so with the TRF-7160. It’s a quality unit, so i...

T-Box T-bones traditional TV?

A first look at Telstra’s first PVR Scheduled for release next week and, following up on the T-Hub as another component in Telstra’s vision of turning th...