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veebeam

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Veebeam

Despite some picture quality, lag, and compatibility issues, Veebeam HD puts laptop-based streaming video onto TV screens more conveniently than ever.

By Dec. 21, 2010

3.5 stars Editor's rating Dec. 21, 2010
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Quick take: Veebeam SD

The Veebeam SD is a standard-definition version of the Veebeam HD we reviewed.

By Jan. 13, 2011

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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 Sep. 13, 2010

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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 Jul. 14, 2011

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Apple TV vs. Roku 2: What's the best streaming-media device for under $100?

Both Apple and Roku sell black boxes that offer Netflix and other streaming services. Which one's the best value for your $99?

By Aug. 29, 2011

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The remote less traveled leads to smart TV

Just as smartphones have cannibalized other portable electronics categories, smart TVs may eventually put pressure on the array of set-top boxes that deliver Internet content.

By Jan. 28, 2011

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AirPlay mirroring hands-on: Free Hulu on your Apple TV

CNET takes a hands-on look at AirPlay mirroring, the Apple TV's new killer feature.

By Jul. 25, 2012

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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 Sep. 14, 2011

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Intel Wireless Display: One year later

We revisit Intel's laptop-to-TV streaming technology from last year's CES, and see how it stacks up against the competition at the end of 2010.

By Dec. 6, 2010

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Diary of a Cable TV cord cutter: Week 2

Two weeks after cutting the TV cord, CNET editor David Katzmaier reports on what works, and what doesn't, for his household.

By Nov. 30, 2010