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A new nail in the video over internet coffin

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Two stories of interest this week. The first story is about the FCC’s decision to open the so called “white space” spectrum, to allow for new wireless services. This is good news for those hoping for more competition in the broadband market, and has been long anticipated by companies such […]

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Roku users: second class citizens

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. update Roku has come out with a note on the Roku user forum about Netflix and HD quality: Roku will be delivering Netflix in HD by the end of the year Roku will be using Advanced Profile encodes which will deliver HD at substantially lower bit-rates than what Xbox is offering The […]

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AppleTV update

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Now that’s the ticket…Apple has released its anticipated AppleTV update. I’m installing now, as I write this. Among the changes are support for HD TV shows, of course, but also Genius playlists, as well as being able to put the machine into Standby mode using Settings, rather than having to […]

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Game over?

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. From GigaOM: There are other participants, some that are well known, like HP with its HP MediaSmart Connect, or TiVo. And some are upstarts, like Vudu, Zv, Verismo and Sezmi. But the future belongs to Amazon, Netflix or Apple. It’s still too early to tell which one will win the race […]

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AppleTV Rumors

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Rumors abound this weekend that something is up with AppleTV. TUAW first wrote about the AppleTV signs coming down, and erroneously mentioned about machines being pulled. The site later made an update that the machines haven’t been pulled, and conjecture in comments is that the signage change is because of one year […]