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Google’s about to expand its original content experiment by spreading another $ 200 million around the video production community. The original $ 150 million, which created nearly 100 new YouTube channels with notables like Amy Poehler and NBA Star Blake Griffin, apparently caught on with advertisers who were willing to pay a premium to appear alongside branded, non-crummy content. It’s also popular with the creative set, who like the instant feedback and flexibility to take a show 180 degrees if needed in order to draw eyeballs. Mountain View could possibly bring the more polished programs to French and British viewers by next year, on top of new US channels, according to WSJ sources. So if your talent needs an outlet, but the Sears gift card and allowance from your Mom won’t cover the necessary explosions, you may want to get your pitch in order.
Streaming media players are no joke. In fact, cable has become the joke. Just take a look at this “Shit Silicon Valley Says” video — the first joke is, “are you cancelling cable?”
But at the moment, it’s still difficult to do so. You can’t get everything that you could possibly want through a streaming set-top box. The only place you can get everything you want is on the TV, or (cough cough illegally) on the internet. But what if you could get everything a streaming media player has to offer, like Netflix, HuluPlus, etc., but also wirelessly stream all of the content on your laptop to your big screen TV?
That’s clearly the question Netgear asked itself before building the NeoTV Pro HD streaming media player, which is one of the only media players on the market that can wirelessly stream your laptop display up onto your television screen. Of course, there are some limitations, as you’ll need an Intel-based Wireless Display laptop to play along. Sorry Mac users.
Past that, there are plenty of channels offered through the NeoTV Pro HD, including Netflix, HuluPlus, YouTube, Amazon Video, and Vudu and hundreds more. It also comes with built-in 300Mbps Wifi, an Ethernet port, and supports 1080p HD video resolution.
You’ll be able to download an iOS or Android app that will let you control the media player straight from your smartphone. And if you don’t have a smartphone, a regular remote comes in the box.
The NeoTV Pro HD is available now for $ 69.99.
Ever worry that the line between DJing and video games isn’t blurry enough? The latest version of Midi Fighter from the folks at DJ TechTools should help things along considerably. The USB DJ controller features 16 preset selection arcade buttons will fully customizable backlight colors and gyroscopic three-dimensional motion control that lets you alter the music by moving the device around. The new entry will peacefully coexist alongside the Midi Fighter Classic and Midi Fighter Pro when it starts shipping in April for $ 249 a pop. Check out a video of the controller in action after the break.
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While I’m sure these are 100% safe, it’s a little odd to see this wee one sitting in a Belkinz cardboard high chair that folds flat and is completely disposable if/when junior goes lateral on the mashed potatoes.
The kit, made by an Australian firm, is available for purchase but it might be a little hard to find around these parts. It is good for kids who are up to 20 months of age and seems like a perfect solution toting to restaurants, grandma’s house, and other places you might not want to drag your entire high chair.
The Feedaway is “safe, strong and stores away in a tiny space” and it is also presumably, in some way, water and fireproof. It takes about three minutes to assemble (once you’ve assembled a few of them). It is cut out of one sheet of cardboard “to minimize waste.” It’s been around for quite a while, actually, but only is just rolling out in retail quantities, which is kind of exciting in a boring, parents-of-a-young-child kind of way.
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…anyone else use Google Listen on this phone? I just got a new one with 2.2 pre-installed and I am wondering if Google Listen is buggy with 2.2 or if it is buggy with the EVO in general before and after 2.2. Listen works perfectly on my Samsung Moment (under 1.6 and 2.1) and the bugs I am experiencing on the EVO are starting to make me hate it. I have…
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Sanyo has introduced two new short-throw, 3D-ready projectors. The PDG-DWL2500 and PDG-DXL2000. With a new mirror projection optical unit, they are capable of throwing up large images in about half the space of a typical projector.
In fact, the DWL2500 is the shortest-throw projector available on the market, as it can create an 80-inch image just 12.6 inches from the screen. The DWL2500 sports a native 1280×800 resolution for a 16:10 aspect ratio and a brightness of 2,500 lumens. While the DXL2000 has lower specs, at 1024×768, 4:3 and 2,000.
Both can display 3D material using Frame Sequential Display Format which requires active shutter 3D glasses.
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