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Microsoft's Chromecast competitor is pretty awesome for on-the-go screencasting

This little dongle sends your screen from your Windows machine (and some Android devices) right to your TV.

By October 23, 2014

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Firefox for Android beta lets you add your own home screen pages

A key feature in the latest beta for Android users expands the ways you can customize and tweak the home screen.

By July 25, 2014

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Using Google Glass with MyGlass for iOS

Google recently released a software update for Google Glass, bringing iOS compatibility to the headset for the first time.

By December 18, 2013

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AMD launches new processors

Ahead of Intel's next generation of CPUs, AMD announces new chips, formerly code-named Temash, Kabini, and Richland.

By May 22, 2013

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Philips PFL5706 reviewed: Screencasting LCD TV

While the Philips PFL5706/F7's MediaConnect option may speak to PC-centric video-streaming fans, other buyers might balk at the TV's picture-quality and control flaws.

By July 14, 2011

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PlayLater records your online video for $5 a month

PlayOn's new software, PlayLater, aims to be a DVR for online content, by recording streaming video from services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Instant, Comedy Central, and Adult Swim.

By September 14, 2011

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Software bundles save Mac users 80 to 90 percent

Everything from troubleshooting applications to virus protection to utilities are being bundled for Mac users, saving them between 80 and 90 percent.

By April 29, 2011

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Easiest screencasts ever: Screenr

Very slick Web-based tool makes short work of creating online screencasts.

By August 18, 2009

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Veebeam unveils PC-to-TV offering

Veebeam offers an alternative to Intel's Wireless Display technology with a product that aims to deliver 1080p-compatible PC-to-TV video streaming via wireless USB.

By September 13, 2010

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TechSmith's screencast service Jing goes pro

TechSmith's Jing project graduates from its beta phase to a full paid product. $15 a year gets you enhanced video quality, no watermarks and exporting to YouTube.

By January 6, 2009