Tuesday, Jun 18th
Tronsmart's quad-core T428 Android stick didn't do as well as the Raspberry Pi for running XBMC.
D-Link has expanded its IP camera line with four additions.
TRENDnet has introduced an inexpensive HD network camera with night vision.
Belkin NetCam HD is inexpensive, easy to set up and does some things well. But night vision isn't one of them.
Belkin has started shipping a new HD netcam.
Updated - The Roku 3 features a faster processor, new UI, dual band wireless and private headphone listening.
Axis has announced another "affordable" HD network camera.
has announced a faster and more powerful internet media streamer.
QNAP's HD Station is the best option yet for a NAS as HTPC.
Updated - WD's WD TV Play is a nice little $70 streamer that will also play most anything in your local library.
NETGEAR's NeoTV Prime with Google TV is less expensive than first-generation Google TV boxes. But Google TV still doesn't offer a compelling reason to use it.
How well does the $35 Raspberry Pi do as a media player? Pretty well, it turns out!
WD has announced a $70 media streamer that also supports local content play.
Updated - We take a second look at a NAS-as-HTPC, this time using ASUSTOR's AS-604T. It's a work in progress.
Ooma is another option for cutting your phone company cord. But where you call may determine if it is right for you.
The D-Link DCS-2310L's is a decent outdoor network camera, except for its poor night vision.
Boxee TV has the potential to be another tool in the cable-cutter's bag of tricks, but it's not there yet.
We once again match up Roku's top-of-line streamer against a new challenger to help with this year's holiday gifting.
Thecus thinks its HDMI-equipped NASes can replace your HTPC. Our experience says it can't...yet.
NETGEAR's NeoTV MAX streaming player supports a lot of Internet streaming content sources, but not so much for local content playback.
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