Record your Xbox or PS3 video game play to your PC, in HD with the Hauppauge HD PVR Gaming Edition

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Record your Xbox or PS3 video game play to your PC, in HD! HD PVR is the world’s first High Definition video recorder for making real-time H.264 compressed recordings from your Xbox or PS3 game play. HD PVR records Component Video (YCrCb) is recorded at resolutions up to 1080i, while audio is recorded using optical audio with Dolby AC3 or two channel stereo …

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Stream video & audio from your Windows notebook / computer to your big screen TV or projector wirelessly

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The question of the day was from a client who asked, “How can I display what I see on my notebook to my big screen TV, without physically connecting it?”. Obviously, connecting the notebook to your LCD TV is probably the easiest thing in the world, using an HDMI, DVI or even VGA cable, however, it is inconvenient, especially if …

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The first nationwide Emergency Alert System test is November 9, 2011 at 2:00 PM Eastern

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You’ve been hearing about it for a while now, but the time is has finally come for the first nationwide Emergency Alert System (EAS) test. It is scheduled for November 9th, 2011 at 2pm Eastern and will last a few minutes. You can get the full scoop on this event on the FCC site. Of course, many conspiracy theorists can …

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