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Hauppauge PCTV Broadway 2T streams TV to iPhone, iPad, Mac & PC

Posted in Media Streamers by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2011

The $367 Hauppauge PCTV Broadway 2T will stream TV to any iOS device, Mac or PC with no third party app required. And Android support is expected to be added within a few weeks. It doesn’t require a computer either. It connects to your wired or wifi network and contains dual DVB-T tuners to enable streaming of a TV signal to a host device either over a home network or the internet.

The 2T also features USB and video inputs so you can stream video from your USB device or set top box. You can even connect it to an analog camera to create a remote home surveillance system viewable on an iPad or iPhone. This is one handy device that should be well worth the money.

Gear4 HouseParty AirWave iPod/iPhone Dock Streams Internet Radio

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2010

Gear4′s latest iPhone/iPod dock, the HouseParty AirWave does more than just dock your iDevice. It also offers access to Internet radio stations and users can control the dock over Wi-Fi using an iOS app. You can search for and tune into Internet, DAB and FM radio stations.

It also has the ability to let you control a docked iPod or iPhone, but you’ll need to do it using another iOS device. Other features include two three-inch 20W speakers, a 3.5mm aux input and media streaming support from storage devices.

Orb TV Streams Netflix and Hulu for $99

Posted in Media Streamers by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2010

Apple TV and Google have their own TV solutions but if you are looking for a value TV product that deliver Netflix and Hulu, (in non high definition format), then check out the new Orb TV. The Orb TV boasts a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and has 200mb of storage space with 1GB of RAM.

The Orb TV supports H.264 BP/MP/HP, VC-1 SP/MP/AP, MPEG4 SP/ASP, MPEG2 MP, MPEG1 video formats and Audio : MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, 4), AAC, Lossless, WMA, WAV.

Elgato EyeTV Netstream streams satellite TV to your iPad

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on November 14th, 2010

Those of you in the UK will soon be able to get your hands on Elgato’s new EyeTV Netstream Sat box. It will allow you to stream Freesat satellite TV to any computer on your home network and straight to your iPad as well via Elgato’s EyeTV app. Apparently not the iPhone or iPod touch though.

The device will start shipping on November 22nd for £189.95 (about $300). The EyeTV app itself will cost you just £2.99. Those of us in the US are envious.

Siemens miniTek streams audio to Hearing Aids via Bluetooth

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on October 14th, 2010

Siemens has announced its new miniTek, a small black box that works with Siemens hearing aids. The setup is simple, you just hook up the transmitter to your TV, stereo, phone, music player, or PC via Bluetooth or 3.5mm jack.

Then the device will be able to wirelessly stream stereo audio to you for up to five hours at a time. You can even use it to answer phone calls. This should make many hearing impaired folks very happy.

Netflix app streams nicely on Windows Phone 7

Posted in Netflix by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2010

The guys over at Engadget just had a quick look at Netflix for Windows Phone 7 Series, one of the third-party apps Microsoft is showing off at MIX10. It looks like what you would expect, lots of red with the Netflix logo.

But unlike some other mobile Netflix apps, this one has Watch Instantly support and it looks pretty decent, which is a score for the capabilities of Microsoft’s Silverlight-based dev platform. We wish it was available right now. Video below.

FLATMII streams games to your Wii, via USB

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on December 31st, 2008

FLATMII streams games to your Wii, via USBNintendo has done everything it can to stay one step ahead of those crazy modders, but it hasn’t slowed them down. Now we have FLATMII, a device that plugs into the Wii’s drive ribbon and lets you stream ISO backups of games (or whatever) from your Windows XP or Vista PC.

The console thinks it’s a DVD drive. It’s for cautious Wii owners who want to backup games that they own legally. Users who would never steal software. If you fall into that category, check out a video below.