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HDX 1000 Networked Media Tank Player

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: April 30, 2009

Another favorite in the networked media player market is the HDX 1000. A relative of the Popcorn Hour (similar hardware platform created by Syabas), the HDX 1000 comes in a black brushed-metal chassis that houses a terabyte of photos, music and hidef videos. Just got the demo unit yesterday and I'm testing it out on my new 42" Toshiba Regza LCD TV. Aside form the pretty packaging, the menu/interface of the HDX 1000 seemed more responsive compared to the Popcorn Hour I tried a year ago. They even have the same wireless remote control. Will have to go thru a…

Technorati Media launches Blog Ad Network

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: June 18, 2008

Blog search engine Technorati has just launched a blog ad network. Technorati Media has been selling ads on its properties but only now did they open the doors to all bloggers. Technorati Media (TM) will be serving huge flash and video ads across the network following the CPM model: Every website can offer advertising, but how many can offer influence? Technorati is the hub of the Live Web. We’re the world's gateway to the most current citizen media on the Web, including blogs, videos, vlogs, podcasts, photos, games, and much more. Our audience is comprised of global, savvy, and energetic…

Epson launches new value-priced projectors and tank system printers

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: July 15, 2015

Epson Philippines has launched in the country yesterday their new series of value-priced projectors and tank system printers. Epson EB-U32 For the EB-Series projectors, Epson PH introduced nine models. Leading the pack are the company's first entry-level WUXGA projectors - the EB-U32 and EB-U04. These projectors come with projection lamps that can last for more than 10,000 hours and a contrast ratio of 15,000:1. Check out the table below for the price and specs: Next, Epson launched a total of six new L-Series tank system printers. These printers uses Epson's Micro Piezo technology for its printheads which can achieve a…

Globe network outages due to damaged fiber

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: May 9, 2011

Been getting a number of emails/reports that Globe Telecom users are having a hard time connecting to the network. The problem seemed to have started since this morning and complaints are still pouring in 'til now. Globe Telecom posted this advisory several hours ago on their FB page: ADVISORY: Globe Telecom experienced a service interruption covering selected areas in Visayas and Mindanao due to a fiber cut. As a result, subscribers may experience difficulty in sending text messages, making calls or using mobile internet in these areas. Globe assures its subscribers that service restoration is ongoing. Subscribers will be informed…

On Mad Crowd Media

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: September 18, 2007

Some of my fellow bloggers might already know about Mad Crowd Media (MCM) and may have even wrote a piece or two about this new local Ad Network for bloggers and webmasters alike. Met with Happy and Connie last month to talk more about this new ad network which he founded with Jessica Zafra. TThough it took me several weeks to finally decide. The idea in itself was great and is something I’ve been mulling over with other bloggers/partners for some time now as well. Happy and the MCM gang just finally put it up and running and I’m confident…

GMA News launches blog network?

Relevance: 59%      Posted on: January 9, 2007

I didn't notice this one until today. GMANews.tv has a blog network -- says so on this page title here: First, I'd like to congratulate GMA 7 for such a bold move. From this post, looks like the relaunch and the blog went out on New Year's eve although their archives are showing blank entries/pages from way back November 2006. This will be the year when we will see how mainstream media handles the wild, wild world of blogging. A lot of issues and fine lines to be drawn: Who's accountable for the blog content? Just the journalist or the…

VLC tops our Media Player Survey

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: October 27, 2008

More than a third of the respondents in the last poll agreed that VLC is the most preferred media player. Windows Media Player came in at a close second. What's actually more interesting is that the other third of those who sent in their feedback had other media players in mind. That's on top of the 8 choices I put up. There were media players recommended that I've only heard of the first time -- GOM player and KM player. Interestingly enough, there were quite a number of people who are still loyal to Media Player Classic.

CinemaTube: 1080p HD Media Player

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: October 16, 2009

The CinemaTube is yet another networkable HD media player. I got a review unit ahead of launch date from a local distributor. Check out some photos and specs after the jump. This 3-in-1 multimedia device can play HD videos, stream content over the network and also serves as a torrent downloader. Supports full HD 1080p (1920x1080) resolution Play media files off external USB storage devices (in the ff. formats: NTFS, EXT-3, FAT and HFS+) Supports ISO files so you can play DVDs thru it 1 HDMI, 2 USB ports and 1 LAN port DTS + Dolby Digital Ready The option…

OpenFrame IP Media Phone sports an Intel Atom

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: September 25, 2008

I earlier hinted that the Intel Atom CPU could very well power a mobile phone. I didn't realize one phone manufacturer has already done it. OpenPeak today announced the OpenFrame IP Media Phone that runs on an Intel Atom processor. The OpenFrame media phone integrates voice, data, video and mobile into a touchscreen-based device. It connects to your home network via the built-in WiFi. The device can send calendar alerts and driving directions to the user's mobile; stream and play music, movie trailers and YouTube videos; and preview images or video from digital cameras or camcorders. So, okay it's not…

Performancing Partners Ad Network

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: June 30, 2006

Performancing is launching an Ad Network specifically for bloggers. Dubbed Performancing Partners, the main goal of the ad network is to open the floor for bloggers to generate more passive income on top of direct income from their blogs. The ads will be non-contextual so you can run them alongside your Google AdSense or YPN ads. Two revenue models are being put in place -- Direct advertising on a monthly flat fee basis based on recommended CPM for category type, and CPA (cost per aquisition). Success of such a niche ad network will highly depend on the people behind it…