Sitecom WL-355 lets you wirelessly stream movies, music and photos straight to your telly

Gerald Lynch Tech Digest news, Wi-Fi, Wireless home Leave a Comment

If you're looking to throw some digital content around the house sans ugly wiring, then take a look at the Sitecom WL-355. A wireless media streaming hub, it's the latest addition to the company's Smart Living line and will set…

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Next Elder Scrolls to be a MMORPG, ready for 2011?

Gerald Lynch Features, Gaming, Tech Digest news 36 Comments

Elder Scrolls: Oblivion remains one of the biggest and best single-player experiences available on the current generation of consoles. But in a bold step, it seems the next entry into the series could be about to go all World…

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BT super-fast broadband rollout on schedule for 2012 Olympic launch

Gerald Lynch Broadband, Computers, Internet, Tech Digest news 4 Comments

BT have today announced that they are ahead of schedule for their super fast broadband rollout, and plan to have the network ready nationwide in time for the 2012 Olympic games. BT aim to have a 100Mbps service ready for…

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Seagate shows off Freeagent Theater HD Media Player

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Last night Zara popped over to see Seagate and managed to grab a look at their latest release – the Freeagent Theater Media Player. It’s a dock that plugs into your TV which will play content – music, video and pictures – from any USB hard drive.

Bizarrely, although it claims to be “HD”, it doesn’t have an HDMI-out. Strange. Instead you can use scart or component output. But there’s a lot of media support – AVI, DivX, MPG4, and there’s also 8x of on-screen zoom available if that appeals to you.

Bit of a mixed bag overall, but if it floats your boat then you’ll be able to grab it for £90 within the next couple of weeks.

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