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Posted in TV, Video on August 2, 2011 by tatstechtalk

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New Gucci 3D Glasses….Style on Em!!!!

Posted in Gaming, General, Hardware, Industry News, News, TV on November 1, 2010 by tatwza

Ok so last week Oakley Decided to drop there “Optically Correct” 3D Glasses(Shades) and in trueOakley Fashion they were mos def Stylish and they go for $150 which is not bad because the 3D Glasses that come with most 3D TV’s are that Price. So Not to be out done with Fashion, Gucci (the Brand not the Rapper) has Dropped the Truly “Fashionable” RealD 3D SunGlasses at a whopping $225!!! You can get them at the Gucci (Burrr) Boutique stores nearest You Soon enough and we will be waitingto see who else jumps on the 3D Bandwagon….LV maybe????


Viewsonic Touchscreen Monitor Touches down in Europe

Posted in Hardware, PC, TV on October 25, 2010 by tatstechtalk

It looks like the folks at Viewsonic never got the memo that people don’t want touchscreen displays on devices that don’t lay flat. (Maybe Steve forgot to CC ’em?) That, or maybe they just have a rebellious streak — which we can certainly respect. Either way, the company has just announced the VX2258wm, a 22-inch monitor that uses Infrared Optical Imaging to bring Windows-certified multitouch to the table (er, desk). And that, alongside 1080p HD resolution, ClearMotiv II Technology, a 5ms response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 100,000:1, and support for HBDP (High Bandwidth Digital Protection) Blu-ray devices, sounds pretty good to us! Available now in Europe for roughly $300


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Sony trying to do even more biz with Android!!

Posted in Android, General, Hardware, TV on October 23, 2010 by tatstechtalk

At a Google TV press event in Tokyo recently, Sony TV division head Yoshihisa Ishida told reporters that the company is, indeed, “thinking about using Android in more consumer electronics products.” Of course, he didn’t say exactly which products, although we do have it on good authority that Sony Ericsson has an Android 3.0 mobile gaming platform in the works — which probably explains why the PlayStation division is on the lookout for Android developers as well.


Netflix not stressing DVD’s anymore???

Posted in General, TV on October 23, 2010 by tatstechtalk

it seems like just yesterday we were celebrating Netflix’s 2 billionth disc sent, but in announcing the company’s Q4 financial results, CEO Reed Hastings called his baby “primarily a streaming company that also offers DVD-by-mail.” Other notes include an indication that a streaming only plan for US customers, mirroring its offering in Canada, currently in limited testing could become widely available later in the fourth quarter of this year, with a potential that “pure streaming” could become the core package for Netflix going forward while DVDs might require a premium service charge like Blu-ray does now. So what comes next? If all goes according to plan, expansion beyond North America in late 2011, continuing to add more streaming content and improving the UI on other devices.


Major Networks Blocked on Sony’s Google TV!!

Posted in Android, TV on October 23, 2010 by tatstechtalk

Sure You may be able to watch The Office on your Google TV, but perhaps not on demand — ABC, CBS and NBC are barring Sony and Logitech’s web-infused TVs and set-top-boxes from accessing full episodes of streaming video content. The Wall Street Journal reports that all three networks have confirmed the ban, and that Fox hasn’t yet reached a decision on whether it will ban Google TV as well. For its part, Google says that it’s “ultimately the content owners’ choice to restrict their fans from accessing their content on the platform,” so don’t expect the search company to pitch in, unless it can work out some premium arrangements for all parties involved. This is the part where we’d normally direct you to the simple browser tweak that made Hulu accessible when it pulled the very same stunt, but alas, we’re finding Hulu too is once again blocked. Not Clean!!