HDMI 2.0 has just been officially announced, just in time for the world to adopt Ultra HD TVs. And it looks set to provide your AV set-up with some kick arse capabilities.
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The open nature of the Android platform, along with its growing popularity has made it something of a potential target for malware. To combat that, there's a number of paid and free AV products that you can run on your Android phone or tablet. The only problem? They apparently don't work well — if at all.
All audiophiles know that having a good AV receiver is imperative for a high performance home theatre setup. So Yamaha has just launched their Aventage lineup of receivers to try and both cater to the audiophile, as well as the growing generation of people who think the iPhone is the ultimate AV device.
A diminutive black box with an equally quiet announcement, Sony's netbox is their take on the Roku box: It streams Bravia Internet Video (read: Netflix and Amazon), is DLNA-compatible and plays MKV and DivX files streamed across your local network.
After years of Mini DVI and Mini DisplayPort, will Apple really give us HDMI? A bucketful of rumours from AppleInisider say HDMI is replacing DVI in the next Mac minis, and reveals a long lost audio/video Mini DisplayPort adaptor.
That freshly popped Popbox media streamer looks as good connected to a TV as we were hoping for yesterday. Shown off at the CES Unveiled stand, the size difference between the last model was noticeable, and yup, the price is $US130.