Watch TV on the Web

television.jpgFor years the tech industry has talked about the integration of television and the computer. Now we are getting closer to actually seeing that type of integration. Many of the new televisions have Internet connectivity. But before you get a new television to view the Internet, you might want to go the other direction and watch television on the Internet.

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Blu-ray DVD Explained

cd .jpgBy now, you probably know that Blu-ray won the format war and is now the only format available for the new high definition DVD players and DVDs. Most folks, however, don't know exactly what Blu-ray is or what it can do for you. So today, I'd like to shed a little light on the subject.

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Coming Soon -- Internet Videos on Your TV

Getting videos and Web content to show up on your television has always been difficult, but Time Warner plans to make it easy. Time Warner Cable announced that in a "relatively short time" they will have special equipment available to their subscribers to easily port Web content to their television. It sounds like a great project. I just hope they don't have a monthly charge attached to it. After all, we pay for the Internet Service and we pay for the cable TV -- so please don't charge us to integrate the two.

Time Warner Cable to offer Web to TV link

May 30, 2008 ............. Reuter

Blu-ray Wins the Format War

cd .jpg HD-DVD and Blu-ray have been battling for years, each vying to be the hi-def DVD format provider. Recently Blu-ray won the war. Here's what it's all about and what it means to you.

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