The Neuros Link supports Amazon.com video rentals, allowing you to select from thousands of titles ranging from 99 cents to $5.99 per rental.
Neuros Link is a device that streams the Internet to your TV
The Linux Foundation is now offering individual memberships to help support the cause. Members get an ultra-hip @linux.com email address.
It's an "in the wild" sort of show today: love on the bus, Zune-style; a Tesla in the wild; an anecdotal Netbook in the wild; and wild assumptions and paranoia about Internet tracking ensue as Rafe Needleman returns to BOL.
Neuros's MPEG-4 "VCR"
The Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder 2 Plus provides a straightforward way to get video content onto your portable device without the need for a PC.
Neuros has proposed a new logo to identify DRM-free content and the devices that play it.
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I've heard before that cabbies are the repository of all modern wisdom.
The Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder lets you record your favourite programmes to a Memory Stick PRO Duo or CompactFlash card -- which means video joy on your PSP or handheld