Hitachi G-Connect: A Wireless Hard Drive and Router for Your iPhone…

Like the Seagate GoFlex Satellite hard drive before it, Hitachi's G-Connect can act as expandable wireless storage for your mobile device. It can store 500 gigs and even has an ethernet port to turn itself into a router. » 6/22/11 8:54am 6/22/11 8:54am

Toshiba Media Server is a Wireless Powerhouse, Dodecahedron

This strangely sexy (for a networked storage device) Toshiba wireless media server concept on show at CEATEC takes a novel approach to design; as wires disappear, the necessity for an unimaginative stack of home theater equipment is diminished. The device is loaded with wireless capabilities, including Wi-Fi, wireless… » 9/30/08 8:50am 9/30/08 8:50am

Sony, Sharp, Hitachi, Samsung and Motorola Agree on Amimon Whole-House …

Be happy: A new wireless HD video standard guarantees that major brands including Sony, Sharp, Hitachi, Samsung and Motorola will have interoperable wireless video streaming. Amimon-the chip makers behind the "video modem" wireless HD tech we've been seeing on and off for the last few years, and most recently in Belkin's … » 7/23/08 5:00am 7/23/08 5:00am

Monster Digital Express HD System: Their First Wireless HDMI Kit

We just got a briefing on Monster's Wireless Digital Express HD System, a UWB system that transmits video wirelessly in the same room, If you want to send it to another room, it'll use already-in-wall coax to transmit high-def signal. Sigma Designs, known for its Blu-ray player chips, is on board, using its Wireless… » 6/12/08 3:18pm 6/12/08 3:18pm

Amimon Wireless HD: Good as HDMI, Coming in 2007?

Until now, we thought we'd have to wait until 2008 for wireless HD, but an Israeli company called Amimon successfully demonstrated a wireless high definition interface (WHDI) that can send uncompressed 720p or 1080i video through walls and over distances of up to 40 feet. Tech writers from PC Magazine saw a demo of the … » 12/20/06 9:54am 12/20/06 9:54am

HD to Go Wireless in 2008

As much as we've tried, there's no way of hiding the forest of cables that dwells behind our entertainment center. Well now Sony, Samsung, and LG have stepped up to the plate and are waging a full fledged war on cables. Together with Panasonic, Toshiba, NEC, and SiBEAM they're working on a new spec called WirelessHD… » 10/31/06 2:50pm 10/31/06 2:50pm