An impressive bundle gives you almost everything you need to replace your cable or satellite provider. Plus, two seriously good TV-tuner bonus deals.
Throw in some steamy, sodden clothes and out comes pure water. It tastes great because you worked for it.
Looking to capture cinematic footage but can't afford Panavision cameras and half-a-million pound lenses? There's a new camcorder in town...
It's a great option for a spare PC. And even if you're not wild about the TiVo software or service, the bundled Hauppauge tuner is worth $99 all by itself.
Sony announces pro HD camcorder, HVR-V1U
Nero's TiVo-in-a-box package provides a tuner, remote, TiVo software, and a one-year subscription to the TiVo service. (After that, $99 per year--ugh.)
Hauppauge's WinTV-HVR 900 is a tiny little USB stick that houses a Freeview adaptor, meaning that instead of pulling out a flash drive and doing some work, you can simply watch TV instead
For a little more than the price of a tuner, you get everything you need to put TiVo on your PC.
Flash-based recording may be all the rage, but tape's not quite dead yet for the entry-level and wannabe pro shooters.
A new digital-video system helps TMZ, one of the hardest-charging celebrity news sites, get stories up first.