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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.
Want to know how to get your media about the house? There are quite a few options available, so long as you've already got a network in place.
Recycling old computers isn't easy, but reusing them can be a snap. Learn how to put that old (but still operable) Windows computer to work for you in this blog post by Rob Lightner.
Network hard drives are popular media storage solutions, and Xbox 360 consoles are popular home media centers--but they don't always work well together. Learn how to use free TVersity software to bridge the gap in this blog post by Rob Lightner.
Streaming video to your Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 is easier than ever. Browse our slide show and choose which program is best for you and your individual setup.
We explain why it's best to wait on buying a DLNA-certified television based on the televisions we tested this year.
Vudu, Amazon's Video on Demand, and Netflix's instant-streaming service--what do they all have in common? They're Internet-based video-streaming services, and they also charge a fee.
Panasonic, and Sony have done it; now Pioneer's new "Kuro" does network connectivity.
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