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Hauppauge MyTV 2GO mobile TV tuner

TV tuner maker intros mobile Freeview pick-up

TV tuner maker Hauppauge has introduced a mobile gadget that streams Freeview content to you phone, tablet or computer over its own wireless network. The MyTV 2GO makes Freeview digital TV shows appear on a free app that's available for iDevices, Macs and Windows PCs. Hauppauge MyTV 2GO mobile TV tuner The gadget has its …
Hard Reg, 3 Feb 2012

Digital UK names date for end of analogue TV era

Digital UK has warned telly viewers in Britain that they have until 24 October 2012 to ditch their analogue receivers, or equip them with a digital set-top box. One year and ten days from today, the last analogue telly transmission will be switched off, the organisation said. By then, the last remaining analogue areas, …
Tony Smith, 14 Oct 2011
The Register breaking news

BT to embrace IPTV as it upgrades broadband network to multicast

British Telecom will change the bulk of its broadband network to use multicast routers as from next year – this will mean that full IPTV services, using quality of service protocols, could then be launched for the first time on the BT network. BT has always said that it didn't see the point of building out its network with …
Faultline, 30 May 2011
The Register breaking news

Elgato gadget to stream Freeview direct to iPad

TV tuner maker Elgato is to release a version of its EyeTV app for the iPhone and iPad that will allows is Netstream tuner to beam Freeview content direct to those mobile devices. The dual-tuner Netstream DTT - reviewed here - was released back in April. Then and now, it is able to stream digital TV transmissions to version of …
Tony Smith, 12 Nov 2010
Elgato EyeTV Netstream DTT

Elgato intros networked HD-capable TV tuner

Elgato has taken its TV tuners off the computer and added them to the network to allow any connected Mac or PC to be used to view and record HD content. The EyeTV Netstream DTT takes a standard coax antenna feed and, like Sling Media's Slingbox, sends programming out over the local network. The box has a 100Mb/s Ethernet port …
Tony Smith, 24 Feb 2010

No Freeview HD kit in time for launch, warns telly exec

It's now clear that you'll need a new TV or set-top box (STB) to pick up Freeview HD. However, Register Hardware has learned that compatible kit won’t arrive in Blighty in time for the service’s debut early next month. Richard Lindsay-Davis, Director General of the Digital TV Group (DTG), has admitted to us that “at this stage …
James Sherwood, 19 Nov 2009
Elgato EyeTV DTT Deluxe

Elgato unveils tiny, tiny digital TV tuner

TV tuner specialist Elgato's previous EyeTV DTT Deluxe - reviewed here - was small enough, but its latest offering makes its predecessor seem ungainly and huge by comparison. And, in a bid for PC stardom, Elgato's bundling Windows 7 drivers with the wee product. Elgato EyeTV DTT Deluxe   Elgato EyeTV DTT Deluxe Elgato's …
Tony Smith, 15 Oct 2009

Mio tunes into TV satnavs

Mio has showcased a two satnavs that are bound to brighten up boring motorway journeys, because they can also receive TV signals. mio_spirit_TV_satnav Mio's 4.7in and 7in Spirit satnavs: pick up TV channels The 4.7in and 7in devices are part of the firm’s Spirit range and can pick up DVB-T signals, in addition to getting …
James Sherwood, 13 May 2009

Hauppauge myTV Pocket Freeview PMP

Review Pocket TVs have thankfully come on a ways since the world went 'er.. what?' at the unveiling of the Sinclair MTV1 back in 1977. The myTV Player from TV tuner specialist Hauppauge is a fresh attempt to bring you telly on the move, this time wrapping a DVB-T receiver - Freeview, basically - and a PMP into a single, affordable …
Alun Taylor, 11 Nov 2008

Elgato revamps USB tuner line-up

Mac TV tuner specialist Elgato has revamped its entire line of USB sticks, kitting them out with new looks and new features. Elgato EyeTV Hybrid Elgato's EyeTV Hybrid: last fling for analogue TV? The EyeTV Hybrid, Elgato's analogue and digital product, will pick up FM radio and DVB-C signals if you're in an area that uses …
Tony Smith, 17 Jul 2008

Sony details PS3 DVR pricing, launch date

Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 3’s PlayTV digital video recorder (DVR) add-on will be available in four months' time. Last month, a sales page for the product appeared on Amazon UK. It stated PlayTV would be available from the end of July for £70. Sony swiftly dismissed Amazon’s details as “erroneous and speculative …

LG punts Viewty-like PMP

LG has taken a break from designing phones to launch a handset-lookalike portable media player, the T80. LG_T80_1 LG's T80 PMP: a Touch Me successor? The PMP looks very similar to LG’s Viewty handset - reviewed here - although the T80 is no phone. LG may also have designed the T80 as a replacement to the Touch Me PMP, …
James Sherwood, 14 Apr 2008

HMV blames rival for PS3 PlayTV pre-order puzzle

HMV has blamed a rival retailer for its decision to post a webpage letting gamers pre-order the PlayStation 3 (PS3) DVR add-on, PlayTV - a page it yesterday yanked. HMV_PlayTV HMV's PlayTV webpage: no more pre-orders The page allowed gamers to pre-order the £100 (€135/$200) PlayTV unit, said to be due for release on 28 …
James Sherwood, 28 Feb 2008

Sony talks up PS3 TV tuner

The PS3's capabilities could be expanded to include a digital tuner, enabling it to double as a programmable TV recorder, a Sony spokesman said. The changes are due to come into effect next year, but it's uncertain how many countries will benefit. Sony Computer Entertainment New Zealand marketing head Warwick Light told a New …

Nokia turns on N series TV phone

3GSM Nokia has introduced its latest digital telly friendly mobile phone: N series member the N77. Ready for viewing, it's equipped with a 2.4in, 320 x 240 display capable of rendering 16m colours. There's a pair of stereo speakers too. nokia n77 - key features The N77 uses the DVB-H digital TV standard - a handset-friendly …
Tony Smith, 13 Feb 2007

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