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Ultimate guide to converting HD-DVD/Blu-ray movies to watch on PS3

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357w ago - This video shows you how to convert any movie to watch on your PS3.

Transformers HD-DVD is used in this example.




 

PlayTV: Watch, record and replay digital tv on your PS3!

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358w ago - Sony have released a video of PlayTV in action. Watch, record and replay digital tv on your PlayStation 3!

Video below, courtesy of Dolphgb:




 

Video: Cell processor in Toshiba TV

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358w ago - What happens when you take the powerful Cell microprocessor, the chip that sits at the heart of the PlayStation 3 games console, and put it to use inside a television?

Toshiba demonstrated just such a TV at this week's International Consumer Electronics Show and the results are impressive.



 

Technologies on the rise in 2008

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360w ago - A number of technologies have exploded throughout 2007 from Facebook and the iPhone to the Nintendo Wii.

But what will be making the headlines over the next 12 months?

Here the BBC News website gives its predictions for five technologies that could become big in 2008.

THE WEB TO GO

One of the biggest drawbacks of web applications is that they can only be used when there is an internet connection.

Although mobile working is becoming increasingly common, ubiquitous connectivity is still a long way off.

But there are tools that are beginning to blur the online and offline worlds.

Over the last 12 months a number of technologies that could have a significant impact on the way people use the web.

Search giant Google announced its Gears application whilst Adobe launched Air and Microsoft released Silverlight.

All the technologies have the ability to take rich web content and make some of it available offline.

For example Adobe has shown off an Ebay desktop application built using Air that would allow users to do much of the legwork required in setting up auctions offline.

The next time the user connects to the internet the listing would be posted to the website.

Silverlight offers...
 

PS3 Leads In HDTV Connectivity

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362w ago - According to research data from from the Nielsen Group, most PlayStation 3 owners are connected to HDTVs, with Xbox 360 and Wii owners trailing closely behind. The results indicate that 71 percent of all PS3 owners are connected to an HD display (LCD, plasma, front/rear projector), while 66 percent of Xbox 360 and 65 percent of Wii owners are hooked up to a high-def set.

Component cables still remain the most widely used for connecting consoles to displays, however, it is expected that the availability of HDMI inputs on the PS3 and new-model Xbox 360s will drive up adoption of the HDMI interface.
 
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