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Convert video between popular formats and enjoy an enhanced playback experience.

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Toshiba TVs with DivX Plus add DVD features to online movies

Toshiba smart TVs with DivX Plus add DVD features to movie streaming -- oh, and they boldly claim no buffering.

By 7 May 2013

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How we test: Laptops

Learn about CNET's testing procedures for laptops.

By 13 February 2014

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DivX plug-in does Flash video better than Adobe

Add-on to Adobe's own add-on uses graphic processor and better software to play video with less CPU overhead.

By 9 December 2010

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DivX TV adds new content for LG devices

The entertainment service that offers Web-based content adds several new sources--the most notable being Funny or Die.

By 9 December 2010

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DivX HiQ hijacks YouTube: Press play for smoother online videos

DivX HiQ is here to make the best of your Facebook, YouTube and other online videos, improving frame rate and colour and lessening the strain on your poor overworked processor.

By 14 September 2010

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Sonic scoops up DivX in $300 million deal

The company behind Roxio and CinemaNow says it will buy video codec company DivX for $9.38 per share.

By 3 June 2010

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Windows 8 and Windows Media Center

Confused about what's happening to Windows Media Center in the upcoming Windows 8 release? You're definitely not alone.

By 24 October 2012

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Cowon V5 supports HDMI, DivX, and WTF?

CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell offers his personal take on the Cowon V5 portable video player.

By 26 March 2010

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Three little-known ways to use a USB flash drive with your PS3

Check out three ways to use a USB drive to do useful things like transfer media files and saved-game data.

By 2 June 2012

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PS3 vs. Xbox 360: video services compared

The console wars have faded into the background, but two of the protagonists, the Xbox and the PlayStation, are still fighting it out to be more than just a games console, but also an integral part of your home-theatre set-up.

By 28 May 2012