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  1. Media Player with browser

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    I am looking for a media player with browser. I looked at two boxes New Sony NSZ-GS7 and WD TV Live (3d Gen) WD seems to be very good as media player but has no web browser. Does anyone know if there will be any new WD which will support browswer? Sony NSZ-GS7 is sleek and has browser but has...
  2. PowerDVD Mobile lets you stream to your Android Tablet

    Industry News
    CyberLink, makers of the popular PowerDVD multimedia playback software, this week launched PowerDVD Mobile, media playback software that lets you view photos, videos and listen to music on your Android Honeycomb tablet. In addition to being a media player, the Android app also allows PowerDVD...
  3. Alternatives to Playon?

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    (Apologies if this topic should be on the new Internet TV Forum - I wasn't sure.) I have been satisfied with Playon's service for over a year now. It is installed on my Windows XP PC, and streams to my WDTV Live over Powerline. I especially enjoy the PBS collections, and all of Revision 3's...
  4. ExtremeVision Media Player announced

    Industry News
    California based AVerMedia Technologies this week began selling the ExtremeVision wireless media player for playing HD video, audio and photos on your TV. The device includes two USB and one e-SATA ports for connection to external hard drives and a Gigabit Ethernet port for accessing content...
  5. D-Link Pebble media player

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    D-Link, has introduced the D-Link Pebble at CES, a uniquely designed media player that lets users play virtually all of their media in an attractive, easy-to-use and compact device. Pebble streams music, photos and video from wherever they are stored -- on external hard drives, in USB thumb...