Valve made a big splash on Monday when it announced SteamOS, its own gaming-flavored Linux operating system, but SteamOS was just one announcement in a trio. The second one's here and yes, it's a Steam Box.
5 inches by 3.7 inches—that's the diminutive footprint of the fully loaded conga-BM57 Core i7 motherboard.
After giving us an early look, Dell has revealed the full specs of their color-happy Mac Mini-esque Zino HD. And for $230, you aren't just getting an Atom net top. UPDATE x3
Our sister site Lifehacker put together a list of ten app-based ways to boost your media center's potential, adding support for remote controls, remote TV scheduling, Hulu Desktop and more. My favorite: Ad removal. Suck on that, ad-supported entertainment! [Lifehacker]
The Loop really impressed us back at CES...2007. A circular remote that functioned a lot like the Wiimote, the promising Loop turned heads before disappearing into the bowels of the tech world. (Until now.)
You see that table on the right? That's not a table, it's a PC. Well... I guess it's sort of a table too. But it's also a PC.
i LOVE this picture and am so inspired to keep the needles moving. The picture on my television set now is so clear! And so convenient in the living room!
Sure, your PC may be packing a quad core processor, dual monitors and a second mortgage worth of RAM. But can you sleep on it? Let me rephrase that. Should you sleep on it?
If you're gonna get a PC for your living room, you might as well go all out and get one that supports the new high-def DVDs. Starting at $2,995, Okoro's BX100 and BX300 can read both Blu-ray and HD DVD discs from a single drive. And that's not all—they're packing some serious tech inside too.
The wait felt like an eternity, but it appears the first CableCard-friendly PCs are ready to roll. Velocity Micro's top-of-the-line Grand Theater systems are "100 percent" and shipping this week while the Pro Cinema systems will ship a few days behind. While other companies have announced Vista MCE boxes with …