How does Apple's new aluminum and glass iPhone 5 feel? PCMag's Sascha Segan has the word! Intel Developer Forum: PCPer's Ryan Shrout has the inside scoop. How long will Blu-ray last as a format... should you wait for 4K? Ceton's Companion is the perfect $5 remote for your HTPC... if it has a Ceton CableCARD reader!
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Sasha Segan, PCMag's lead analyst, joins us to discuss the iPhone 5 announcement. Bigger screens, LTE, and faster processors are the big features. But is worth the upgrade? Watch the video to find out.
Robert shows off his new smartphone application to control his Ceton InfiniTV CableCARD tuner-equipped home theater PC. It's only $5, but gives you complete control over your tuner and recorded content. This comes especially in handy when you have terabytes of content and need a quick way to search through recorded shows. Check out the segment to see all of Robert's favorite features.
Ambrose has stuck to collecting DVDs for so long, but is afraid to make the jump to Blu-ray this late in the game. Are Blu-rays going to be around in ten years or is everything going to be taken over by streaming media? Robert and Patrick discuss current streaming options and whether you should still pick up a blu-ray player today.
Ryan Shrout, Editor-in-Chief of PCPer.com, joins Tekzilla to talk about announcements from Intel's Developer Forum going on this week. Disappointingly, there isn't anything groundbreaking. The Haswell architecture is Intel's next "tock" with greater graphics performance and marginal speed increases. The big topic is Windows 8, but no real exciting new hardware has been shown off.
We received quite a few responses about migraines caused by HDTVs, but one viewer in particular had a similar problem. His best guess was that the issue was caused by a set that used DLP technology. This display tech triggered his own migraines even with projector setups in high contrast scenes. Thanks for your responses!
Last week we asked about your experience with the UltraViolet digital download service bundled with many Blu-rays. There was lots of feedback from people that had issues with the service, but a surprising amount of you actually enjoyed the convenience of the bundle.