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Headless Ghost HDMI Display Emulator Spooks GPUs Awake

Headless Ghost HDMI Display Emulator Spooks GPUs Awake
Despite its creepy name, Dev Joshi’s invention isn’t a Halloween prop. The Headless Ghost is a niche peripheral that tricks a computer into thinking that a display is plugged into it. It’s for people who remotely…
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Flash Drive-sized Computer Runs Windows 8.1: PC on a Stick

Flash Drive-sized Computer Runs Windows 8.1: PC on a Stick
Nowadays you can get cheap dongles that turn most HDTVs or any monitor with an HDMI port into a dumb terminal for an Android device. But recently Meego unveiled the T01, a dongle that can run…
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InAiR Augmented HDTV Add-on: Second Screen on the Same Screen

InAiR Augmented HDTV Add-on: Second Screen on the Same Screen
Many of the so-called smart TVs today have built-in browsers, apps and other fancy features, but most of them can only be viewed one at a time, i.e. when you’re not watching TV. A new company…
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AirTame Wireless HDMI Dongle: I Stream, You Stream, We All Stream

AirTame Wireless HDMI Dongle: I Stream, You Stream, We All Stream
Most computers nowadays have HDMI ports that let you beam your display to a TV, monitor or projector using an HDMI cable. But what if you could do that wirelessly? And what if you could send…
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Hyperkin RetroN 4 to Play Original NES, SNES, Genesis, and GBA Carts via HDMI

Hyperkin RetroN 4 to Play Original NES, SNES, Genesis, and GBA Carts via HDMI
Fans of classic gaming systems will be happy to hear that HyperKin is working on their latest retro console, and this one has a couple of new tricks up its nonexistent sleeves.…
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LG Ultrawide Monitor: The Creative Professional’s Dream Display

LG Ultrawide Monitor: The Creative Professional’s Dream Display
I recently had a chance to test drive the LG 29″ Ultrawide IPS Monitor (Model 29EA93-P) for an extended period of time, and I thought I’d share my experiences with you in case you’re in the…
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Archos TV Connect Turns Android into an Immobile Operating System

Archos TV Connect Turns Android into an Immobile Operating System
Previous attempts at turning TVs and monitors into huge tablets were either very expensive or were DIY projects. We’ve seen cheap Android-on-a-stick devices, but they don’t have the full functionality of a tablet, i.e. multitouch. Archos…
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G-cluster Takes a Crack at Cloud-based Gaming

G-cluster Takes a Crack at Cloud-based Gaming
A Japanese company called G-cluster is looking to succeed where OnLive failed – make cloud gaming mainstream. It will demonstrate it’s capabilities later this month at CES 2013, but it has already released a handful of…
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PDP Afterglow Multi-HDMI Cable Adds Light-up Color-Coding

PDP Afterglow Multi-HDMI Cable Adds Light-up Color-Coding
Do you often get bamboozled trying to figure out which cable is which when wiring up your home theater gear? While you could simply put color-coded dots on the cable ends, that’s just not nearly as…
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AirBridge for iOS: What AirPlay Should Be

AirBridge for iOS: What AirPlay Should Be
In theory, Apple’s AirPlay technology is great – effortless mirroring or streaming to media players from an Apple device. But in reality, AirPlay is severely limited by a couple of factors. It’s only compatible with a…
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Monitor2Go Portable Tablet Display: for People Who Really Hate Laptops

Monitor2Go Portable Tablet Display: for People Who Really Hate Laptops
We’ve all seen keyboards made for tablets, but this is the first time I’ve ever seen a display made for tablets. It’s called the Monitor2Go, a 15.6″ display with a built-in slot for the iPad 2…
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Dune HD Crams Full HD Media Player into a Compact Stick

Dune HD Crams Full HD Media Player into a Compact Stick
Looking to add a media player to your HDTV but don’t want to buy another set-top box? Then check out the latest media players from Germany’s Dune HD, which offer full 1080p playback in a tiny…
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Pocket TV Turns Anything With an HDMI Port Into a Computer: In Other Words, It’s Not a Pocket TV

Pocket TV Turns Anything With an HDMI Port Into a Computer: In Other Words, It’s Not a Pocket TV
Whoever invented LAN parties got things right, albeit at a smaller scale. There’s a good chance our future will be filled with keychain-sized computers like the Pocket TV, ready to be plugged into any display. Or…
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Roku Streaming Stick: Smarten Up Your TV

Roku Streaming Stick: Smarten Up Your TV
It looks like Roku has been reduced to a USB stick. The new Roku Streaming Stick is about to make your dumb TV a whole lot smarter, without much of a fuss. The stick now looks…
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JTT Adapter for iOS Devices Adds the Ports that Apple Won’t

JTT Adapter for iOS Devices Adds the Ports that Apple Won’t
Japanese manufacturer JTT has released an adapter that adds a variety of connectivity options to your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. It has both an HDMI out and analog AV out, a USB port and a…
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FXI Cotton Candy Prototype: Super Hyper Mega Ultra Portable Computing

FXI Cotton Candy Prototype: Super Hyper Mega Ultra Portable Computing
Most of today’s portable consumer computers are nothing but screen – tablets, smartphones, media players, etc. We also have monitors and HDTVs that have their own USB or HDMI ports. A Norweigan company called FXI Technologies…
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