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Screen Casting 101: The Wired and Wireless Ways to Share Displays

The good news: It's easier than ever to share your tablet, smartphone, or laptop display. The bad news: it's still not as easy as it should be, thanks for competing[...]

Congratulations on Getting a New Computer!

With the holidays passing, a lot of people are just getting around to setting up their new computer, and no doubt have questions about what to do and how to[...]

DesktopReview’s Guide to Black Friday 2010

It's here again. The day after Thanksgiving, while most of America wakes up from the stupor brought on from eating too much, drinking too much and watching too much[...]

Looking at Boxee: Boxee Box Now Available

D-Link unveiled the Boxee Box Home Theater with an Intel Atom CE 4100 processor this week, a useful all-in-one box that can be used to access popular entertainment in one[...]

How to Cut the Cord: Deciding When to Ditch Cable

Get thee behind me, Cable. You are an offense to me, for you are not interested in quality service, but only the contents of my wallet!

Roku Bringing Hulu to Televisions

In a bid to remain competitive in the increasingly-crowded set-top box market, Netflix-streaming favorite Roku has announced that popular video site Hulu will be joining its growing list of channels.

Google Shuts Down Unofficial Roku YouTube Channel

Although smart boxes and other devices connected to your television have been providing access to YouTube for sometime, the same can't be said of Roku's streaming-only setup. A private channel[...]

Netgear Roku XD Brings Roku (and Netflix) to Retail Stores Everywhere

While Roku has always offered an interesting service, bringing streaming Internet media to living rooms across America. Until now, they'd been an Internet exclusive - selling only online. The[...]

Roku Updates Netflix Players with Search and Instant Queue

Roku is known for being the first company to partner with Netflix and deliver instant streaming compatibility to a device other than your computer. These little boxes sit beneath[...]

Roku Adds PlayOn Compatibility: The Little Box That Could

Roku recently added PlayOn to its growing list of Internet services. Famous for being the first client capable of streaming Netflix to your TV without the need for a[...]

Roku 3 Review: Smaller and More Powerful

Roku's new streaming video box is tiny, mighty, and mighty tiny.