Brian C. Fenton

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Brian C. Fenton Posted: Jan 26, 2005 0 comments

The venerable CRT - a fixture of TV since its first days - is now being edged out by brighter, lighter, thinner technologies like plasma and LCD panels. There are also front- and rear-projection TVs with light engines that magnify images from LCD and DLP microdisplays.

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Brian C. Fenton Posted: Jun 01, 2004 0 comments
Gateway, which has been making traditional PCs since 1985, recently entered the consumer-electronics industry, producing things like flat-panel TVs, digital cameras, and camcorders.
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Brian C. Fenton Posted: Jun 01, 2004 0 comments

A few years ago, it would have been hard to imagine chatting about computer networks at a party. But today, you don't have to be a geek to be interested in networking - and awareness will only increase as more people realize that a home network can be a great way to send movies, music, and digital photos around the house.

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Brian C. Fenton Posted: Apr 09, 2003 0 comments
I finally began to trust my 8-year-old son with my electronic equipment and software-he understands my warnings about disc care now that one of his favorite PlayStation titles got scratched so that it crashes at the same point every time. But now a DVD from my three-disc set of The Simpsons' first season has disappeared.
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Brian C. Fenton Posted: Jul 21, 2002 0 comments
Photos by Eric Yang
An Intel AnyPoint PC Card wireless network adapter ($99).

Computer networking isn't a subject you'd necessarily expect to read about in Sound & Vision.

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Brian C. Fenton Posted: Jul 21, 2002 0 comments
Photos by Eric Yang

Computer networking isn't a subject you'd necessarily expect to read about in Sound & Vision. But because more and more home-entertainment gear wants to get connected to the Internet and because networking is a viable way to distribute compressed audio and video, it makes sense for us to look at where home networks are today.

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Brian C. Fenton Posted: Apr 02, 2002 0 comments

Because every new format seems to set off a format war, we were a little surprised when nine major electronics manufacturers announced that they actually agreed on what the next-generation recordable optical-disc format should be.

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Brian C. Fenton Posted: Oct 03, 2001 0 comments
There's Liam Neeson as Qui-Gon Jinn, watching helplessly as his trusty lightsaber flies out of his hand and over his shoulder. On Corus cant, we see two pieces of toast pop out of the dual seating pods of an air taxi.

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