We open the show with a retraction. That's a first.
Seen in HDs latest begins with the sad news that Panasonic has whittled down their plasma technology
Know what the world needs? Another streaming service, so in steps Spotify with their attempt to broaden the company's scope beyond music.
Time for another podcast, this week digging into the rise of network TV apps.
After a week off, it would seem the tech news began building and landed us in the midst of an overload.
The PlayStation 4 is official and it’s called… well, the PlayStation 4. Did you expect something else? Sony didn’t show the hardware, but rather what it could do. Lots of fancy tech demos, game trailers...
Seen in HD comes in hot, first with enormous thanks to those who supported DoBlu's crowdfunding efforts.
After a few weeks off for the holidays, the show returns... and we couldn't have picked a better time.
What happens when you put so many tech people on the same Skype line? Lots of debating.
Phil and I return with a smaller show in the news department
Black Friday has come and gone (so has Cyber Monday for that matter), so it's time to look back at how Blu-ray fared.
What else could we talk about other than all the cheap junk you can buy on Black Friday?