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Xperia Play PlayStation phone gets extensive preview; videos, benchmarks, more

January 7th, 2011

Sony Ericsson might not be ready to unveil the highly anticipated Xperia Play at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but the world is most definitely ready to see this little guy get official. Perhaps in an effort to appease the masses of anxious mobile gamers waiting impatiently to get their mits on the upcoming PlayStation-branded …

Android 3.0 Honeycomb shown off in new series of videos

January 6th, 2011

Courtesy of T-Mobile and its newly announced G-Slate tablet by LG, several videos showing off Google’s new tablet-only OS have surfaced. Honeycomb will power the next generation of Android tablets, and it appears to offer some huge benefits over previous versions of the OS, which were designed with smartphones in mind. We really like what we’ve …

HTC Sense to get music, video services and more

December 23rd, 2010

In an interview with Forbes on Thursday, HTC’s head of User Experience Drew Bamford provided some insight into where the company’s Sense product is headed in the near future. Sense started as a UI overlay placed atop various platforms on HTC devices. While the UI aspects of the product remain a central focus, HTC will …

Apple launches new Apple TV

September 1st, 2010

Today, Apple introduced its next generation Apple TV that focuses on streaming media and HD content. The new box is one-quarter the size of its predecessor and is sleek, black, and fairly nondescript. The device has power, HDMI, optical audio, and ethernet ports on its rear; Wi-Fi b/g/n is built into the device. The new Apple TV will provide …

Google adds 400 full-length videos to YouTube catalog

August 27th, 2010

Google has launched a new “Movies” category on its streaming-video site YouTube. The videos, which range from bizarre to obscure, are full-length films (we’re not sure some of them were ever in theaters) and are completely free. YouTube’s head of video partnerships, Donagh O’Malley, was quoted by The Guardian as saying: “This is one of many efforts …

YouTube hit with cross-site scripting vulnerability, Justin Bieber videos targeted

July 5th, 2010

Sunday, users of Google’s video service YouTube were exposed to a cross-site scripting vulnerability that put the cookies of those visiting affected video pages at risk. Those employing the scripting vulnerability targeted videos of popular teen singer Justin Bieber, as some visitors saw: “tasteless messages pop up about the teen star, and were also redirected to external …

Roku teases major Netflix update

May 5th, 2010

Roku customers that are also patrons of Netfix have a reason to jump for joy this spring evening as the two companies have released a video showing off an upcoming redesign of the Roku-Netflix experience. Due out in June as a free software update, users will not only have a shiny new interface to stare …

Zune HD preview reveals “Apps” menu but no apps

August 24th, 2009

As it turns out, this weekend’s rumored Zune HD preview at Best Buy was the real deal. Tens or even dozens of anxious soon-to-be Zune HD owners (we kid; we want it now) gathered to see the sexy new PMP first hand and one of them even managed to snap an extremely blurry shot of …