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That's a Lotta Streamers!

Roku 10MRoku says it has sold 10 million of its streaming players. Pretty impressive for a company that started out making a player just for Netflix. [Full release]

 

 

Western Digital WD TV Reviewed

teaser imageWestern Digital's latest WD TV adds Miracast support but takes away Netflix.

WD's TV Family Grows Again

WD logoWD has announced a media player focused on locally-stored content playback.

Amazon Fire TV Reviewed

Amazon FireTV teaserAmazon's Fire TV is an internet streaming player aimed primarily at Amazon customers.

Amazon Fire TV Announced

Amazon.com logoAmazon has announced a $99 streaming player.

Thecus And Plex Hook Up

Thecus logoTheucs is now bundling Plex with some of its high-end NASes.

Roku Adds Three Streamers

D-Link logoRoku has refreshed its streaming player line.

Tronsmart T428 Android TV Stick Reviewed

Tronsmart T428 Android TV stickTronsmart's quad-core T428 Android stick didn't do as well as the Raspberry Pi for running XBMC.

Roku 3 Reviewed

teaser imageUpdated - The Roku 3 features a faster processor, new UI, dual band wireless and private headphone listening.

Roku Launches Zippy New Streamer

Roku LogoRoku has announced a faster and more powerful internet media streamer.

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