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

By December 21, 2010

3.5 stars Editors' rating December 21, 2010

MSRP: $139.99


Quick take: Veebeam SD

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

By January 13, 2011


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


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 July 25, 2012


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


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 August 29, 2011


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


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 January 28, 2011


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 December 6, 2010


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 November 30, 2010