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Love them or hate them, standardised IHV agnostic(-ish) graphics APIs have changed the landscape in a mostly positive way. Yet some bear them ill will. We set out for the truth about their future fate, hoping that we can handle it.
AMIMON, an Israeli technology startup, just announced the availability of its WHDI transmitter (AMN2110) and receiver (AMN2210) chipsets. These chipsets allow wireless streaming of uncompressed HD video and audio beyond 30 meters (100 Feet) through walls.
Toshiba today announced its third-generation of standalone players for the HD DVD optical format. Continuing with the naming scheme established thus far, the entry-level model will be the HD-A3, with the mid-range carrying the moniker HD-A30, and the top-end named the HD-A35.
An article in the Wall Street Journal this past Tuesday shone a light upon the ongoing investigation by the European Union's antitrust regulators into the business practices of both the Blu-ray Disc Association and the HD DVD Promotion Group.
X-bit Labs have taken a good look at the worlds first USB-input PC display in the consumer space, Samsung's SyncMaster 940UX. Driven by a DisplayLink DL-120, the 1280x1024 940UX takes USB video input as well as DVI and VGA.
Onkyo USA has announced the DV-HD805 HD DVD player, marking Onkyo's first foray into the high-definition optical format war. Coming as something of a counterpoint to Denon's own recent announcement of Blu-ray support, Onkyo's HD805 will provide consumers with a more upscale option for HD DVD playback…
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has been quoted as stating that European Blu-ray sales have increased over 1000% since the launch of the Playstation 3 this past March, with over 180,000 Sony Pictures BD films purchased to date in the territory.
Toshiba, primary backer of the HD DVD high-definition optical format, has announced that in September they will be bringing native output support for 24p (1080p@24fps) to several models in their range of HD DVD players via firmware update. A feature long desired by videophiles and fans of the format,…
Sony announced yesterday the creation of 'x.v.Color,' a branding methodology with associated logo whose purpose is to provide consumers with a simplified means of identifying xvYCC-compliant displays in…