Klout is a system that measures the amount of influence you have online by measuring data from social media websites and other metrics. It comes with benefits and rewards because the higher your Klout score, the better are your chances to score bigger perks and sponsorships.
Belkin’s Home Base marries two of the most useful technologies ever invented – wireless networking and USB – and gives users a simple and convenient way of sharing up to 4 USB-enabled devices in a central location.
Set to be unveiled at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2010, the Wireless Media Stick from Home Server Technologies Inc. (HSTi) is a neat gizmo. If you have a wireless network, you can use the stick to stream your media files to any media player with a USB port.
HP’s new DreamScreen devices straddle the fine line between computer and digital picture frame. Like other digi-frames, you can view pictures without a computer. But with the DreamScreen, you can also wirelessly stream music, videos and photos from your PC or the Internet.
Skeptical about the PSP Go? Apparently, someone is worried you might be, since Sony has released a memo stating that the system will have 16,000 various downloadable items available at launch. That’s a pretty impressive number, at least on paper.
Of course, 13,000 of those individual items (give or take) will be television episodes.
While Apple TV gives its users access to a lot of popular movies and TV shows, its limited functionality and lack of support for other popular sources of content means that it won’t be as popular as Apple’s other products.
This oversize wristwatch conceals a little secret beneath its flip-top. Just pop it open, and you’ll reveal a fully-functional multimedia mobile phone inside.
Under the hood of the U200i mobile phone wristwatch dwells a quad-band (unlocked) GSM phone, complete with a 1.3MP
Alienware is showing off their latest high-end server, designed for use in home theaters and media rooms. The system contains everything you need for controlling your digital media in one slick aluminum box.
The Alienware HD Media Server (HDMS) comes in a dramatic brushed aluminum, rack-mountable enclosure, and provides a powerful HTPC under the hood.
In anticipation of the upcoming 2008 CES show, Archos has revealed complete specs and images for their highly-anticipated media hub, the Archos TV+. The compact device may be about the same size as an Apple TV, but it packs in a number of additional features.
For starters, the Archos comes with double the storage for less cost than Apple’s set top boxes.
Designer electronics firm Bang & Olufsen has officially announced the release of their new MP3 player, the Beosound 6. As is usually the case with B&O gear, it looks good and has exceptional build quality. As is also the case with their products, it’s extremely pricey, with an MSRP of $600.
So what exactly does plunking down six Franklins get you?
This compact media player from Korea’s Savit Micro lets you carry an entire HD video source in the palm of your hand. The Cinedisk CD26HD is just a little larger than a typical media player, and offers high definition playback at up to 1080i resolution.
At the heart of the compact box is a 120GB 2.5-inch
If you’re looking for a serious media server for all your high definition content, this server from DViCo looks pretty impressive. The TViX HD M-5100SH is a real heavy hitter, with the ability to serve video content at up to 1080p resolution.
The server features HDMI output for pure digital quality, and streams content off of a high-speed SATA drive to ensure stutter-free media playback.
Sony today introduced their new lineup of whole house audio/video systems including centralized rack systems and in-wall speakers. The systems are specifically designed for installation in new home construction, and Sony is offering a complete solution including professional installation.