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17/05/2012 - Hillcrest Labs open sources Kylo web browser for TVs, hopes the people want one

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We didn't hear much from Hillcrest Labs' Kylo web browser for TVs after it launched in 2010, but now the company is apparently turning its fate over to the community. A Mozilla-based browser, Kylo will work with any mouse but is designed specifically for its Freespace pointer controls. It's available under the Mozilla Public License which means others can use it for commercial products, but so far web connected products have been slow to take off and even Google TV has had trouble pushing a typical browser experience on HDTVs. Interested devs can snag the code at Kylo.tv or GitHub, we'll see if anyone builds anything with more market impact.

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17/05/2012 - Hillcrest Labs open sources Kylo web browser for TVs, hopes the people want one

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We didn't hear much from Hillcrest Labs' Kylo web browser for TVs after it launched in 2010, but now the company is apparently turning its fate over to the community. A Mozilla-based browser, Kylo will work with any mouse but is designed specifically for its Freespace pointer controls. It's available under the Mozilla Public License which means others can use it for commercial products, but so far web connected products have been slow to take off and even Google TV has had trouble pushing a typical browser experience on HDTVs. Interested devs can snag the code at Kylo.tv or GitHub, we'll see if anyone builds anything with more market impact.

Continue reading Hillcrest Labs open sources Kylo web browser for TVs, hopes the people want one

Hillcrest Labs open sources Kylo web browser for TVs, hopes the people want one originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 17 May 2012 03:02:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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15/02/2011 - Warner releasing A Clockwork Orange & Kubrick boxed set on Blu-ray May 31st
It'll be a good spring for classic movie lovers, as Warner Bros. has announced plans to deliver Stanley Kubrick's classic A Clockwork Orange (MSRP: $34.95) in a Digibook Blu-ray release, as well as a ten-disc, nine-movie boxed set of the director's movies. The boxed set (MSRP: $148.95) includes Spartacus, Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket, Eyes Wide Shut and two other films not currently available or yet announced on Blu-ray in Lolita and Barry Lyndon. Check the press release after the break for a pic of the A Clockwork Orange set and details on extras and packaging for both releases.

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Warner releasing A Clockwork Orange & Kubrick boxed set on Blu-ray May 31st originally appeared on Engadget HD on Tue, 15 Feb 2011 14:31:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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28/05/2009 - JVC Launches Full HD LCD Monitor Targeted at Digital SLR Users

JVC is launching a super slim 42-inch LCD TV monitor that features a color space that is wider than a typical HDTV's.
The company says this effectively means the JVC Xiview LT-42WX70 has established a new category in flat panel TV design.

29/07/2008 - HDTV-enabled receivers boost Pace's STB shipments

UK set-top box specialist Pace saw box shipments rise 55 per cent in the first half of this year with HDTV-enabled receivers with built-in hard drives fuelling the growth.
Pace is now working with 17 of the world’s top 25 pay-TV operators, and reported a CAGR of its HD-PVR shipments up 49%.

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