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Elgato HD HomeRun

The Elgato HDHomeRun is a decent way to get over-the-air TV on your Mac, but its high bandwidth requirements mean you're better off opting for wired rather than Wi-Fi streaming.

By February 23, 2012

3.5 stars Editors' rating February 23, 2012

MSRP: $179.95

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HD HomeRun antenna DVR will go PC-free with latest update

​SiliconDust has announced the latest software for its HD HomeRun DVR, via Kickstarter, which will enable users to record over-the-air TV to a network attached storage device instead of a PC.

By April 21, 2015

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HD HomeRun Dual

The HD HomeRun Dual is a decent way to get over-the-air TV, but its high bandwidth requirements mean you're better off opting for wired rather than Wi-Fi streaming.

By February 24, 2012

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SiliconDust HDHomeRun Dual

The Elgato HD HomeRun Dual is a decent way to get over-the-air TV on your PC, but its high bandwidth requirements mean you're better off opting for wired rather than Wi-Fi streaming.

By February 21, 2012

3.5 stars Editors' rating February 21, 2012

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When is Sandy Bridge coming to the MacBook Air?

Intel's releasing a new chip set that's prime for the MacBook Airs, the iPod Nano might be getting back a camera, Final Cut Pro is coming soon and we celebrate the start of the baseball season with Homerun Battle 3D, AppleByte style!

By April 8, 2011

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AutoCat 3.0.7; Net Monitor 3.0; Poster 1.5; HomeRun 1.3.1; Poindexter 0.1; more

AutoCat 3.0.7; Net Monitor 3.0; Poster 1.5; HomeRun 1.3.1; Poindexter 0.1; more

By March 31, 2003

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Peapod grows in D.C. after HomeRuns' fall

The online grocer expands its service in the Washington, D.C., area, taking over the territory once served by HomeRuns.com, which closed last month.

By August 7, 2001

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HomeRuns nixes fee for higher orders

HomeRuns.com, an online grocer that serves the Boston and Washington, D.C., areas, changed its pricing policy to offer free service to orders placed over $125, the company said. The company has continued to refine its pricing structure. Two months ago, the Burlington, Mass.-based Web supermarket hiked service fees from $2.50 to $5.95. Webvan, the nation's largest online grocer, also raised and restructured its delivery fees this month. Five-year-old HomeRuns sent e-mails to its customers saying, "Many of you have asked us to reward customers on larger orders. We heard you."

By May 18, 2001

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Short Take: HomeRuns' parent to merge with Food Lion

Food Lion plans to merge with Hannaford Brothers, which owns online grocer HomeRuns, in a $3.6 billion deal that will create the sixth-largest company in the food retailing industry. A Hannaford spokeswoman said she didn't expect any changes within HomeRuns as a result of the merger. Hannaford launched HomeRuns in 1996 in Massachusetts, where it delivers groceries that customers order from its Web site.

By August 18, 1999

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Short Take: High-speed Net access for apartments

Tut Systems announced a new access device that allows apartment complexes to add high-speed Net access using existing copper-wire phone infrastructure. The new Expresso MDU, available now, implements the company's HomeRun technology, which allows data to be transmitted over phone wires that also carry voice at 1-mbps rates. The access portion of the system costs less than $5,000, with line cards priced at $2,695 and network cards coming in at $139.

September 28, 1998