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Bleeding Edge TV 343: Popcorn Hour Popbox

We talked with Syabas Technology, makers of the Popcorn Hour line of set-top boxes, about their new Popbox at , where they gave us a walkthrough of the 1080p streaming, Netflix-supporting, app-centric home theater device. Seriously, this thing seems to support everything under the sun, including Java, Flash, and tons of video codecs in full HD.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring our CES 2010 coverage!


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Bleeding Edge TV 342: MPower Emergency Illuminator

We took some time to chat with MPower at , and they gave us a quick demo of their Emergency Illuminator flashlight device. Definitely unique, as it has two battery compartments - one for standard, and one for a super-long lasting battery. In addition, the flashlight sports a USB port, which you can use to charge, say, your mobile phone, in the event of an emergency.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring our CES 2010 coverage!


Bleeding Edge TV 341: Sling Touch Control 100 universal remote

At , we caught up with Sling Media, who gave us a look at their Sling Touch Control 100 remote control, which they see as the next generation in controlling your TV programming and home theater. The remote incorporates the SlingGuide interface, and you can even manage DVR content without disturbing television viewing. The Sling Touch Control 100 has a 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen, and a 480x272 resolution.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring our CES 2010 coverage!


Bleeding Edge TV 340: Zune Spring 2010 Preview

Microsoft has got some big things planned for this year, not the least of which is Series. At , we talked with the Zune team’s Mike Yaeger about some of the other new hotness we can expect from the Zune service, all of which will be arriving later this Spring, such as Smart DJ right on the device.

Speaking of Zune, Amazon’s selling them at a nice discount right now, at $40 off.


Bleeding Edge TV 339: Powermat wireless charging for iPhone, BlackBerry, and more

We’ve gotta say, what Powermat has going on with their wireless charging technology is very cool. At we spoke to Powermat President, Ron Ferber, about the products that the company currently has on the market for wirelessly charging device like the iPhone, BlackBerry, iPod, and Nintendo DS. He also gave us a look at some products that will be available in the future.

If you are tired of having to constantly plug your mobile devices into a wall outlet or USB port in order to charge them, you’ll wanna take a look at what Powermat can do. If you wanna get your own, here you go:

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Bleeding Edge TV 338: Gunnar Optiks 3D and computer glasses

We caught up with the folks behind Gunnar Optiks, makers of high quality 3D glasses, as well as some great computer glasses, and outdoor fashion shades as well. We wanted to focus specifically on the 3D technology, as well as the computer shades, since we know a lot of you out there spend hours looking at computer monitors, television displays, and mobile devices screens all day. The company is founded and run by people with some serious optics knowledge, and they are about to hit us hard with purchasable 3D glasses, including prescription glasses, so you have your own pair when you hit theaters, rather than the generic huge ones.

The computer glasses I was originally skeptical about, but after wearing them for just a few minutes, you realize the benefit. Here are the Gunnar computer glasses that we’ve been rocking recently, if you are interested. Definitely worth it, we say. Hit the video above for all details on what Gunnar Optiks has going on.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


Bleeding Edge TV 337: Sony Bloggie HD camcorders

Sony’s new line of Bloggie HD video camcorders debuted at , and we caught up with Sukhgit, Social Media Evangelist at Sony, to get the full scoop. She gives us the rundown on the Sony Bloggie PM5 and CM5 camcorders. If you are looking for an inexpensive and feature-rich high definition camcorder, you’ll want to check out the video above for the full scoop on these two cameras. You can pick up the Sony MHS-CM5 Bloggie on Amazon for $199.99, and the Sony MHS-PM5 Bloggie for $169.99.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


Bleeding Edge TV 336: Clear 4G WiMax at IWSIV Blogger Party

We caught up with Clear, who had just launched their new 27-city 4G mobile broadband network, at CES 2010’s It Won’t Stay in Vegas blogger party. We talk a bit about what 4G is, why it’s better (way better) than 3G, and also give you a look at the technology in action. Clear has partnered with Sprint on the rollout of 4G, so all that 4G that Sprint has been talking about recently? That’s thanks to the efforts of what Clear (formerly known as ClearWire) has been doing in the 4G space.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


Bleeding Edge TV 335: Sonos S5 at IWSIV Blogger Party

We are big fans of , and were glad to see them as a sponsor of the It Won’t Stay in Vegas blogger party at CES 2010. We stopped by their setup to chat with them about Sonos, and their latest releases, the Sonos S5 and their new CR200 Controller 200. Check the video out if you are interested in an all-in-one music device that can pull content from just about anywhere.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


Bleeding Edge TV 334: Dexim P-Flip iPhone and BlackBerry external batteries

We were able to chat with Dexim, makers of the P-Flip docking stations and external batteries for the and , at CES 2010, where they gave us a look at their latest iPhone battery models. If you are familiar with the Juice Pack, you’ll be familiar with these. Except that the P-Flip line is a little cheaper, and a bit more feature-rich. In fact, they even have a solar model that’ll charge your iPhone using the power of the sun. All details in the video.

A big thank you to Bing for sponsoring Gear Live’s CES 2010 coverage.


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