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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 05, 2006 0 comments

Nintendo superstar Mario the plumber gazes appreciatively at the new Game Boy Advance-compatible version of Visteon's Dockable Family Entertainment System.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 11, 2003 0 comments
The Consumer Electronics Association has not yet released total attendance figures, but it appears fairly certain that the 2003 CES will go down as the best attended in CES history.
Rich Warren Posted: Dec 21, 2004 0 comments

A few minutes into Cold Mountain, a U.S. Civil War version of The Odyssey , the Union Army detonates massive explosives hidden beneath a Confederate encampment. To say that I flinched would be an understatement - diving for cover was more like it.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 05, 2006 0 comments

Dish ViP222 dual-tuner HD satellite receiver

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 08, 2003 0 comments
That's a concise summary of the myriad press conferences held the day before the official opening of the 2003 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Rich Warren Posted: Aug 31, 2004 0 comments

Looking for a good test DVD for Definitive Technology's BP7002 system, I settled on the swashbuckling Master and Commander. The commander, Jack Aubrey, portrayed by Russell Crowe, set sail in 1805 in this adaptation of Patrick O'Brian's historically accurate novel, but the special effects and sound quality are definitely 21st century.

Rich Warren Posted: Jun 12, 2005 0 comments
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Coincidence struck when Disney released The Incredibles
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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 04, 2006 0 comments

Panasonic executives present Comcast CEO Brian Roberts with first OCAP-compliant digital cable box.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 10, 2002 0 comments

The Full Spectrum of DVD The buzz sang the blues at CES, specifically blue lasers. High-definition DVD players generated plenty of talk at CES without being present. A blue laser with its short wavelength will enable a DVD-size disc to store full-length HD movies. Toshiba showed a mock-up of its blue laser.

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Rich Warren Posted: May 11, 2004 0 comments
You know movies sound more thrilling in surround sound than in plain stereo. Unfortunately, you lack the space, inclination, or décor - perhaps in a bedroom, dorm room, or weekend retreat - to accommodate all of the speakers and gear for a home theater system, or even a seven-piece home-theater-in-a-box (HTiB) system.