"MEDIA" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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1,000+ gamers reveal the secret to stress-free gaming & what you need
One of the biggest effects of gaming is stress, but how do gamers minimize that?
SilverStone Milo Series - ML08/ML08B-H
How small can you go? Miniscule ECS LIVA PCs pictured
Introducing ECS's new tiny PC projects, the Core and X2 with Intel SoC and Braswell technology within.
Keep your home Wi-Fi powerful with the new ASUS offerings
ASUS' new RP-AC68U access point is the world's fastest and is backed up by the RT-AC3200tri-band gigabit router.
Teachers in the UK reporting parents to police for allowing 18+ games
Teachers in the UK vow to report parents to the police if they let their children play R18+ video games and use social media when underage.
Presto has launched on Android and iOS
Presto mobile subscription streaming service has launched for iOS and Android in Australia.
Hipster Whale is an example of Indie developing done well
Indie app developers Indie Whale have hit the big time - Crossy Road has seen 30 million app downloads in just a few months.
The British army has employed a whole batallion of Facebook Warriors
The British Army has just created a new 1,500-strong, 77th battalion - described as "Facebook Warriors"
Social media wins again - football fan uses Twitter to find a girl
Football fan Angus Mainland takes to Twitter in order to find his one true love from a train journey.
Australian PM Tony Abbott says social media is 'Electronic Graffiti'
The Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has likened Social Media to graffiti in a recent press conference.
The Wall Street Journal warned us in 1990 about sale of personal data
The Wall Street Journal published an article in 1990 warning us about sale of personal data. It's interesting and awakening to reflect on past information.
NZXT Unveils DOKO PC Streaming Service
Xbox One wins Emmy Award for its media capabilities
The Xbox One has won an Emmy Award because of its app support, streaming video, and other entertainment functionality.
Facebook doubles closest competitor - 58% of Americans are still on
Facebook still reigns supreme but its growth has almost slowed to a halt. Who's next in line?
Tablets and Ultrabooks Become 30% More Affordable in Emerging Markets, Says ABI Research
Sony going to court over unauthorized use of song in 'The Interview'
Sony in more trouble as an artist sues them for the illegal use of a song.
Australian Rae Johnston claims Avatars are people too in TEDx talk
Further bringing technology and games to the mainstream scene, Johnston just completed an interesting TEDx talk. It's only 13.5 minutes so give it a shot.
Feeling sleepy? Virgin Media's DVR will auto-record when you pass out
15 year old Ryan Oliver and 14 year old Jonathan Kingsley help out the sleepty with an auto-recording TV device.
SPE attorneys want media to destroy received materials from breach
SPE lawyers are busy, and now taking aim at the media... demanding they stop sharing information such as seized emails.
Kmart Australia is another Aussie retailer to drop GTA 5
Kmart Australia join the Kangaroo-isle retailers fight in removing GTA V from brick-and-mortar shopfronts.
Success for some as GTA 5 has been taken off Target retailer shelves
GTA V has been pulled from Target shelves as a Change.org petition peaks the interest of their management.
Tsu, new social network has gained 1 million users in five weeks
Tsu is a new social network that will provide 90% of its revenue to registered members.
Russian bloggers must register with national media office
Under the guidance of president Vladimir Putin, the Russian government is cracking down on bloggers.
ZOTAC Embarks on New Era of Digital Media Sharing
Philips drops out of the consumer electronics business, surprises no one
Philips waves goodbye to the consumer electronics business.
Corsair Unveils Voyager Air, First All-in-one Wireless Mobile Drive and Home Network Storage
AMD Launches First-Ever AMD FirePro APU Providing a Powerful Integrated Visual Computing Platform for CAD and Media and Entertainment Workflows
NZXT Aperture M USB 3.0 Multi-Media Hub Review
Add USB 3.0 ports to the front of your case and a flash card reader at the same time with this tidy little device.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that Apple TV sales to double in 2012, 2.7 million sold thus far
Apple want to double the sales of Apple TV this year, have already sold 2.7 million units.
AVADirect Now Authorized Phantom Lapboard Reseller
Boxee Box intros another box, now offers Pornhub, the 'YouTube of Porn'
Boxee Box now includes Pornhub, yes you've read that correctly.
The Future of TV Begins Now on Xbox 360
Buffalo intros a DLNA TV supporting 3TB external HDD
Will even keep those 1TB limited DLNA-capable TVs happy.
Microsoft hooks up with several TV providers for Xbox 360
Providing a complete, Kinect-enabled TV experience through Verizon, Comcast, HBO and more.
AC Ryan PlayOn!HD Mini 2 Media Player Review
Do truly great things come in small packages? -Well, let's find out today as we take a look at AC Ryan's PlayOn!HD Mini 2.
AC Ryan PlayOn!HD2 Media Player Review
AC Ryan's PlayOn!HD2 - Does it meet the cut for quality, well rounded media players? With a beautiful UI, USB3.0 support and more, the odds are looking good.
Beyond Blu-ray - Looking into the Crystal Ball
There's little doubt that Blu-ray is here to stay. But what about the future? - Ben argues why packaged media might not be as dead as some assume.
Quick Review: Apple TV (2010) 2.0 Media Player
The 2nd Generation of the Apple TV arrives. Will it bring media peace to the masses?
Quick Review: Prodigi PD-100N Media Player
Prodigi's PD-100N boasts NAS and 1080p support in their flagship media player. Is this the all-in-one device we've been looking for?
QNAP New NMP-1000P Delivers Digital Home Experience
Quick Review: brite-View CinemaTube Mini/CinemaGo Media Player
Does the one-two punch of Muzee Internet/Radio and bit torrent support set the brite-View CinemaTube Mini ahead of its competitors?
Quick Review: ViewSonic NexTV VMP75 Full HD Network Media Player
ViewSonic tosses its hat into the ring with its own network-capable media player. Will it survive the onslaught of media files that we have in store for it?