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Episode 40 is up - CES gadgets

by acedtect-20196213851867054973637995818137 / January 16, 2007 7:27 AM PST
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nice episode!
by aribeiro2 / January 16, 2007 9:51 AM PST

i'll look for that "television home broadcaster", i have always thought: "i should try to find something like an iTrip, but for tvs"

and i have problems receiving regular tv at my house... it is ok only in one tv!
i am wondering... is it legal for me to "broadcast" my satellite tv inside my house?
i am a subscriber of sky (which bought directv in brazil), and i want to have all those channels in all the tvs that i have at my house...
i know i would have to go back to the decoder every time i wanted to change the channel, but it would be great!

and i'll be able to watch things from this computer in my bedroom!
the cable i have only reaches the living room, and for it to reach my bedroom, i would need to much cable, i don't know if it would work!


and it was nice to hear about how is the press coverage process of new coming products!

CES must be great! exciting work during the day, casino, poker and drinks during the night
Grin

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haven't seen any software yet...
by FMCook / January 17, 2007 9:11 AM PST

I haven't seen many new software reviews at you guys' CES coverage. Could the next Real Deal be about the new software at CES (not the updated apps like Google Earth)? (Sorry guys about another CES-related podcast suggestion.)

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haven't seen any software yet...
by FMCook / January 17, 2007 9:14 AM PST

I haven't seen many new software reviews at you guys' CES coverage. Could the next Real Deal be about the new software at CES (not the updated apps like Google Earth)? (Sorry guys about another CES-related podcast suggestion.)

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