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Top 10 Gear Live Videos of 2010

2010 will come to an end in just a few short hours, and we are just in time with our annual top 10 list of the most-watched Gear Live video episodes. Over the past year, as expected, there was a bunch of gear that made the list, but Microsoft gets the top two spots with our dashboard tour, and the an unboxing of the new Xbox 360 slim. Also getting an honorable mention is the Samsung Galaxy Tab and the Popcorn Hour Popbox, among others.

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Also, you can check out the top ten videos from 2009, 2008, and 2007!

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Syabas Popbox now available for purchase

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: HDTV, Home Entertainment

PopboxWhen we got a look at the Syabas back at CES, the company said the 1080p-streaming set top box would start shipping by the end of March. Well, they missed that goal by about four months, but you can now purchase the Popbox for $129 from sites like Amazon. The Popbox is like a smaller Popcorn Hour that supports 100Mbps 1080p streaming, and has what essentially amount to an App Store, letting you choose different sites and services to integrate into your device. You know, things like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and the like. They call them “Popapps.” One glaring omission? Netflix. Hopefully that one comes back sooner rather than later though. We’ve got a video of the Popbox for you after the break, but just ignore the Netflix integration that was present when we recorded, okay?

Now, where’s that ?

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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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