Barb Gonzalez

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Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 09, 2009  |  0 comments
With networked TVs and media sharing devices we can get online content from partners like YouTube, Netflix,, etc. Now Boxee offers a software solution that creates an easy meny to find online content that works on computers including Macs and Linux-based operating systems. What’s really cool is that you can put the software on a flash drive and add it to an AppleTV. This adds the capability of watching many online streaming video partners including video streaming like Netflix, Hulu, and MTV to the previously limited partners on AppleTV.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Aug 30, 2012  |  10 comments

Price: $180 At A Glance: Includes Web browser • Connect to Slingbox via the Slingbox app • Direct access to movies from the Web, Vudu, or your own digital collection

The Boxee Box is unlike any other media streamer or media player. From its cockeyed box shape that’s missing a corner and its froglike logo, to its menu organization and social video-sharing features, it’s easy to see that Boxee stands out.

Barb Gonzalez  |  Oct 24, 2012  |  0 comments
Boxee announced the launch of the Boxee TV that will receive live TV and record it on the system's "No Limits" streaming DVR.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 11, 2013  |  0 comments
Fredio offers a single app that can access streaming online videos from a number of channels.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 11, 2009  |  1 comments
LG’s new feature, the “Picture Wizard” aids the average viewer in optimizing the TV’s picture by offering onscreen examples of what is the optimal setting. They can then see the effect of the changes they’ve made in the setting as compared to the onscreen examples. Setting adjustments in the Picture Wizard include: black level, white level, color, backlight adjustment, tint, vertical sharpness and horizontal sharpness. Calibration made easy.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Mar 18, 2013  |  4 comments
Redbox now offers the Redbox Instant subscription streaming movie service to go along with its kiosk rentals. But can it compete with the Netflix powerhouse?