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February 22, 2011 - Hackers now free themselves on PS3

PS3 hackers have figured out a way of circumventing Sony's PSN bans on those that jailbreak their PlayStation 3 consoles, as the war between the hacking community and Sony rumbles on this week. Sony moved to block PS3 hackers from accessing the PlayStation Network recently, as TechRadar reported late last week. Mere days later and a new jailbreak has reportedly been released that lets hackers unban themselves and continue accessing PSN's online services as before.

February 22, 2011 - Android options now come to Bluray

Android handset owners will now be able to watch a digital copy of a Blu-ray film on their smartphones. The functionality comes by the way of "Unstoppable," an action-thriller starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine that hit store shelves today. The movie is the first with a Blu-ray Digital Copy that plays on Android, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment said in a statement.

February 21, 2011 - Apple iPad vs Google One Pass vs Amazon Kindle

As previously announced, Apple will charge publishers a 30 percent cut of subscription revenue that is sold through iTunes or in app purchases made on iOS devices. The company takes no cut of subscription revenue the publisher lines up on its own, outside of Apple's platform (such as through the publisher's online or direct sales to its established subscribers).

February 21, 2011 - Best Deal for Buying PS3 and Xbox 360 2011

Presidents Day is February 21, 2011 and Best Buy wants people to celebrate with a new console. The store's website has a two day sale going on, from February 20-21, 2011. There are only two deals, one discounting a PS3 and one discounting a Xbox 360, so maybe it's time to head to Best Buy's website and finally grab yourself a system. Each of these custom bundles come with everything you need to get started and playing with family or friends. Learn to Convert HD MKV to PS3..

February 18, 2011 - Hands-On with Panasonic's 2011 Blu-ray Players

One immediately obvious enhancement we find on the New Generation of Bluray Players is a brand new graphically oriented splash screen that greets us upon start-up. One of our repeated complaints with Panasonic's otherwise excellent Blu-ray players in the past has been the boring, unintuitive user interface.

February 18, 2011 - Learning from PS3 PSP2 launch and will use experience on the NGP

The comparison to PS3 (Learn to Convert MKV to PS3) is not random. With the launch of the console, no one doubted that it is a technologically amazing device that included at the time of the launch the most advanced technologies ( a Blu Ray driver, Cell processor and more), but sold at a very high price. The price launch is considered to this day a failure with Sony who managed to compensate after long moths when it decided to drop some of the device's attributes and thereby lowering its price.

February 18, 2011 - PS3 is still mainstream since Sony Not Developing PS4 Yet

For those of you hoping to see the next Playstation home console sometime soon, you're going to have to wait a bit more: Sony's not even thinking of the fourth iteration. In an interview with PC Watch, Sony Computer Entertainment President and Group CEO Kazuo Hirai said they're still working on improving their last model, the still very relevant PS3. Learn to Free Convert MKV to PS3..

February 17, 2011 - First and fast look at Panasonic's 2011 Blu-ray Players

At CES 2011 earlier this month, we had a chance to get up close and personal with Panasonic's upcoming 2011 3D Blu-ray players, the DMP-BDT110, DMP-BDT210 and DMP-BDT310. This year, the company is offering these three Full HD 3D models, joined by a single non-3D Blu-ray player, the DMP-BD75. The themes to this year's series of players are simplicity, enhanced ergonomics, faster loading and even higher audio/video performance.

February 17, 2011 - Avid released all-new Prosumer Video Editing tool

Panizza told PCMag that the new Windows 7 or Vista-only Avid Studio was optimized for 64-bit processing, though not a native 64-bit application. The software can capture content from DV, HDV, and Digital8 camcorders or VCRs. Other accepted input formats include AVCHD, DV, AVI, MPEG-1, -2, and -4, DivX, 3GP, MKV, and QuickTime. For output, in addition to AVCHD, Blu-ray, DVD, and device targets like iPod, PSP, and Wii, and Xbox, the software directly uploads correctly processed video to YouTube, so you don't have to wait for YouTube to compress your video.

February 16, 2011 - Samsung Galaxy S WiFi is chasing iPhone?

We had long heard whispers of a Samsung Galaxy S PMP, but figured we would just have to settle for the Samsung Galaxy Player, a mobile device not quite as capable as the good ol' S. But Samsung didn't abandon the project after all, as the new Samsung Galaxy Player WiFi is bringing all the features of the phone without a cellular radio. It will be available in 4 and 5 inch options.

February 15, 2011 - Analyst: Xbox 360 sales up, Wii sales down

Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter estimates that Microsoft sold 380,000 Xbox 360 units in January, besting the rest of the market and rising 14 percent over its January 2010 sales. Pachter said he believes Nintendo tallied 320,000 unit sales in January, down 31 percent year over year. Sony once again came in third place in Pachter's January estimate with 240,000 PlayStation 3 units sold on the month. That figure is down 13 percent compared to January 2010.

February 12, 2011 - Where are 2011 Panasonic Blu-ray Player Priced at ?

At the end of last month, our editor Chris Boylan was teasing us with a hands-on peek at what Panasonic has in store for 2011 Blu-ray players and Blu-ray 3D players. Now, it appears that we have pricing on a few of those players. Amazon was the one to leak the info. They aren't just giving out pricing, but they're also taking orders, even though exact release dates have yet to be announced.

February 12, 2011 - Shortcoming of VLC Media Player when Playback HD MKV Video

Update 1.1.6, released just last week, fixed a critical vulnerability in the VideoLAN project's VLC Media Player. Now the project has reported a new vulnerability which could be exploited using specially crafted MKV (Matroska Video and WebM) films to inject malicious code onto a system and execute that code with the user's privileges. All versions up to and including 1.1.6 are affected.

February 12, 2011 - Nokia plans to get Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 OS

The announcement by Stephen Elop, the former Microsoft executive hired by Nokia in September as the company's first non-Finnish chief executive, was an admission of failure by Nokia, which had helped define the mobile phone age in its infancy. The alliance is also a gamble, perhaps a last-ditch effort for both Nokia and Microsoft to gain a lasting foothold in the booming market for sophisticated smartphones, where Apple's iPhone and Google's Android software are leading the way in technology innovation. Learn to Play HD MKV video on HTC HD7..

February 11, 2011 - 'Rabbit Hole' Announced for Blu-ray

Hailed as "a quiet, beautifully acted drama", 'Rabbit Hole' is one of the most honored films of the year, earning four Independent Spirit Awards, and scoring Kidman accolades - including a Golden Globe and Academy Award nomination - for her performance. The film, directed by John Cameron Mitchell, also stars double Academy Award winner Dianne Wiest, Giancarlo Esposito and Sandra Oh. Learn to Create Digital Copy of Bluray 'Rabbit Hole'..

February 11, 2011 - DivX Plus HD arrives upcoming Sharp New LCDs

Consumers who purchase the new Sharp products will be able to view high-quality playback of DivX Plus HD videos and Hollywood movies in the DivX format on any optical disc or SD card. DivX Plus HD includes such features as support for up to eight subtitle and audio tracks in a single movie file, smooth fast-forward and rewind, and auto chapter points so users can skip between chapters in a video when no chapters have previously been authored. Learn to Convert MKV to Divx format..

February 11, 2011 - Get USB MKV on Multimedia Player

Roku on its forum announced it has released support software for the playback of local MKV files connected via USB ports. Appropriately called Roku USB Media Player, the software is compatible with the discontinued HD-XR and current XDS. The update has grown from a public beta and supports MKV, MP4, MOV (all restricted to H.264 Video Codec) and WMV/ASF video formats along with MP3 and AAC audio files, with JPG and PNG files also supported.

February 10, 2011 - HDTV and Home Theater Podcast - Oppo BDP-93 Blu-ray Player

Oppo has been around since 2004, about a year longer than the HT Guys. We've watched them go from a company that built high performance upconverting DVD players to one that builds high performance Blu-ray Players. Today we take a look at the latest in the Oppo lineage, the BDP-93. The player is all black with a brushed aluminum face. The fit and finish is first rate and looks great in our equipment stack. The BDP-93 has a MSRP of $499.99 and is available today.

February 10, 2011 - iPad 2 will arrive in 3G model most likely

As previously reported, Apple is expected to offer its second-gen iPad in three versions: a WiFi only model, a GSM/UMTS version for AT&T and most other carriers globally, and a CDMA/EVDO model for Verizon. The naming convention for these three models is said to be K93, K94 and K95, respectively. For comparison, the Verizon iPhone 4 shipping this month is codenamed N92.

February 10, 2011 - Will 5TH iPod classic replace Hard Drive?

The NPD Group this week revealed to AppleInsider overall portable media player sales rankings in the U.S. in 2010. The black iPod classic came in fifth place among all media player sales in the U.S., showing that Apple's only remaining hard-drive-based media player still has some life in it. The silver iPod classic was not among the top 10 devices.

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