Connecting a PC to a TV is easy, and there are a ton of good reasons to do so. Here are some of the advantages and ways to connect a PC to a TV.
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TV and movies are available quite readily in sevreal places on the Internet. How much do you rely on the Internet for watching TV and movies?
At CES, Canonical announced its latest major project that it is calling Ubuntu TV “TV for human beings”. Much of the Ubuntu TV interface will be based on the groundwork that has already been established with the development of Unity, Canonical’s revolutionary, and sometimes polarizing, desktop environment. In keeping with tradition, Ubuntu TV is free […]
I’ve been using Apple computers since 1989 and have been buying them since 1993. I have not have just Macs in my home, but an iPhone and iPad as well. Yet, when it came to buying a product to connect the Internet to my TV, I chose a Roku instead of Apple TV. I’m still […]
In this on-demand society we live in, watching TV via any other means than watching it the first time it’s broadcast over the television airwaves has become extremely popular. People have replaced their VCRs with DVRs, but if they forget to record a show, all is not lost. Within twenty-four hours, they can find the […]
In the past, we have covered a number of methods of tracking and downloading television shows automatically and through the use of torrents and RSS feeds. Most of these methods either require downloading and installing cumbersome applications or are not portable and cannot be used on different devices. In fact, with tablets and smartphones becoming […]
Update: Ember Code has ended the service of TVShows. It is no longer available. More detail here. Update: Look like someone has taken over the project. It is now call TVShows 2. Are you one of those people who love watching TV but find it difficult to set your time to match your favorite shows? […]
Like many people, I have an HDTV in my house that supports HDMI input devices, such as Blu-ray players. I also like to watch streaming content over the Internet, downloaded videos, and listen to music all from my TV and home theater system. Unfortunately, I do not have a Boxee box or a Roku box. […]
The Internet might be the greatest thing that could ever happened in every couch potato’s life. All the TV shows that they’ve ever want – and more – are just a few clicks away. But even if you use 24 hours of your life everyday without taking any break, it would take more than your […]
Boxee is a home theater PC software program that runs on Linux and has been designed to be used like an interactive TV, somewhat like the Xbox 360 interface. In fact it’s based on another program called XBMC which was originally created to run on the first Xbox consoles. These days, you can use Boxee […]