May 26 2014

Podcast - Missing Remote Podcast Episode 23

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Ceton Corp (@cetoncorp) is having a large sale on all the CableCard Tuners and Echo Extender up to $100 OFF. AT&T/DirecTV sale makes stock drop, and our opinions on that. Content providers and what is going on with them. CableCard Setup and some hiccups. Technology Advances, Tape Tech, Vacuum Tubes, and startup buying and ideas or business? As always this weeks podcast is powered by Geekinated.  

This show is run by Kyle Button(@techbutton), Senior Editor MissingRemote.com and Co-founder of Geekinated and is joined this week by Eric Hall (@wxrocks) and Paul Belser (@interwebtactics) all Co-founders of Geekinated. Also with us is our special guest Mathew Adamson (@MinnesotaMathew) in the studio. Check out the show notes and links below. We record each week, and you can follow us on the Geekinated YouTube Channel for Video Podcast, we are also on iTunes. We now have Live shows and chat available during the recording CST 6-7 watch Twitter and Facebook for the links. Each podcast is powered by Geekinated. Check out the Geekinated Podcast that happens right after this podcast every week posted on Geekinated.com. Where we branch out and talk about everything Geek.

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May 19 2014

Podcast - Missing Remote Podcast Episode 22

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Curved LCD 4K TV, is it worth the cost? OLED where did it go? Curved computer monitors should be what we see. Breaking news, AT&T to purchase DirecTV.  As always this weeks podcast is powered by Geekinated.  

This show is run by Kyle Button(@techbutton), Senior Editor MissingRemote.com and Co-founder of Geekinated and is joined this week by John McMahon(@JohnMcMahon_), Eric Hall (@wxrocks) and Paul Belser (@interwebtactics) all Co-founders of Geekinated. Check out the show notes and links below. We record each week, and you can follow us on the Geekinated YouTube Channel for Video Podcast, we are also on iTunes. We now have Live shows and chat available during the recording CST 6-7 watch Twitter and Facebook for the links. Each podcast is powered by Geekinated. Check out the Geekinated Podcast that happens right after this podcast every week posted on Geekinated.com. Where we branch out and talk about everything Geek.

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May 14 2014

Podcast - Missing Remote Podcast Episode 21

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Linksys WRT1900AC Router discussions and talks. Apple and Beats purchase why do you think they are purchasing it?   As always this weeks podcast is powered by Geekinated.  

This show is run by Kyle Button(@techbutton), Senior Editor MissingRemote.com and Co-founder of Geekinated and is joined this week by John McMahon(@JohnMcMahon_), Eric Hall (@wxrocks) and Paul Belser (@interwebtactics) all Co-founders of Geekinated. Check out the show notes and links below. We record each week, and you can follow us on the Geekinated YouTube Channel for Video Podcast, we are also on iTunes. We now have Live shows and chat available during the recording CST 6-7 watch Twitter and Facebook for the links. Each podcast is powered by Geekinated. Check out the Geekinated Podcast that happens right after this podcast every week posted on Geekinated.com. Where we branch out and talk about everything Geek.

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May 05 2014

Podcast - Missing Remote Podcast Episode 20

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Netgear Announces a Android Powered Tablet for iControl controlling for your house. AT&T and DirecTV want to merge? Sony going back to High Resolution Audio. Comcast and EA are trying to make a game streaming box for subscribers/ Netflix is paying for speed on Verizon. Should Netflix make a tiered service? Check out Andrew’s Intel NUC review. As always this weeks podcast is powered by Geekinated.  

This show is run by Kyle Button(@techbutton), Senior Editor MissingRemote.com and Co-founder of Geekinated and is joined this week by John McMahon(@JohnMcMahon_) and Eric Hall (@wxrocks) Co-founders of Geekinated. Check out the show notes and links below. We record each week, and you can follow us on the Geekinated YouTube Channel for Video Podcast, we are also on iTunes. We now have Live shows and chat available during the recording CST 6-7 watch Twitter and Facebook for the links. Each podcast is powered by Geekinated. Check out the Geekinated Podcast that happens right after this podcast every week posted on Geekinated.com. Where we branch out and talk about everything Geek.

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MissingRemote Podcast

Apr 30 2014

Review - Intel Next Unit of Computing (NUC) DN2820FYKH - Celeron/Bay Trail SFF HTPC

Intel NUC DN2820FYKH

A small home theater PC (HTPC) driven by an Intel Atom is not a new idea. Both NVIDIA’s ION and Broadcom’s Crystal HD offered solutions that coupled the chip’s TDP with specialized hardware that overcame its shortcomings--one with a complete GPU, the other providing just hardware accelerated video decoding. Neither of these products truly delivered on the concept of a quiet, low power HTPC that just works without undue compromise in many areas. To be fair, some of the blame clearly belonged to Intel because the CPU in yesterday’s Atom was slow and the GPU inadequate. Fortunately increased competition at the low end of the market and the shift towards mobile has provided the necessary impetus to address both of these deficiencies, with modern “Bay Trail” system on a chip (SoC) offering significantly improved CPU performance alongside a much more capable GPU, so much so that the integrated processor graphics (IPG) powering the Intel NUC DN2820FYKH comes to us today wearing Intel’s budget desktop moniker “Celeron” instead of “Atom”.  Marketing labels aside, if the $139 system can deliver the perfect low power small form factor (SFF) HTPC, “steal” would be the best way to describe it.

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