The First 3D HD Channel. People of Lava: The Android Powered HDTV, Comcast's Court Win Could Be Bad for Downloading Movies! Is the iPad: Portable HDTV Machine, or Big IR Remote? Roger interviews John Romita Jr. about his film Kick-Ass, and the Blu-ray releases for April 6th, 2010.
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Is the iPad the ultimate portable HDTV source? It plays 720p, but the 4:3 screen is less than ideal, and the output options are limited. Patrick is loving the new selection of Criterion films available on Netflix. Swedish viewers will soon be able to get their hands on the first the first Android-powered HDTV from People of Lava. Net neutrality? Not by the FCC: the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals found that the FCC doesn't have the power to regulate ISPs. Comcast has launched its first 3D channel, and began its 3D coverage with The Masters Tournament. Watch the video for all the latest in HD news.
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Our list of Top 5 WWII Movies got a lot of responses, and it turns out we missed a few. How could we forget Casablanca in glorious Blu-ray? Watch the video for the rest of those that deserve a mention.
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If you're not gaming, is 60Hz enough for an HDTV? Viewer Ash doesn't play games on his HDTV, and rarely watches sports, so would a 60Hz display be a good way to get a bargain? Watch the video to find out if you need to bump it up to 120Hz for a good picture.
Viewer Dan writes in to ask if the TV service offered his local Fiber provider: EPB will look as good or better than the offerings from his local cable company, DirecTV or Dish. The top of the line packages offers 100 megabits up and down, which means super-fast downloads! Watch the video to see what we'd pick!
Wish your Blu-rays would automatically resume playing exactly where they left off? DVDs do, and so does HD-DVD, and the PS3 does sometimes, but it's left viewer Dr. Bowzer longing for the old days. Watch the video to find out why it's not so simple, and whether there might be a workaround.