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Geniatech Brings Android TV to Market

Geniatech has introduced a very small settop box that is called Enjoy TV.  The small white box packs a lot of features into it, including a MicroSD card slot, infrared remote control, ethernet, HDMI, USB, and WiFi.  App Makers will be able to tailor the apps they build to this box and make them ready for the big screen TV.  Geniatech describes it in the following manor:

“It provides a new family television entertainment experience. It is an Android TV tuner box, an Android HD Media player, a Mini Android PC, an IPTV Set-top box, a home media Hub & NAS and a DLNA server. With it, Internet live streaming & Video-on-demand, live TV, music, games and more, all instantly on your TV.”

Not only is this a video solution, but you can use all Android apps through it, even gaming.  The box comes with a small, simple remote control as well.  The remote even has a gyro sensor in it so it doubles as a wireless mouse as well.  The MSRP is expected to be under $100, but retailers will be able to customize the box with additional features that could raise that price.  There is also an alternate remote, which is geared to the enthusiasts.  It’s already available is some parts of Europe and will be released is the U.S. sometime in 2012.  You can find it at Geniatech.

Interview by Andy McCaskey of SDR News and RV News Net.

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Dyyno Universal Broadcaster and EZ Grabber

Jeffrey and Tom interview Vamshi Sriperumbudur to see what Dyyno has to offer video broadcasters. Dyyno are a video streaming company and offer a complete portfolio of tools for the video lifecycle, from video creation through delivery to promotion and marketing. In this video, the focus is on the initial capture and broadcast of the video stream.

The first part is “dUb”, Dyyno Universal Broadcaster, which allows the broadcaster to broadcast nearly anything. Basically, if you can see it on your computer screen, then you can broadcast it, whether it’s a full-screen game or an application such as Powerpoint.

To make this more useful to video broadcasters, dUb has been integrated with the Geniatech range of video capture devices; EZ Grabber, EZ Grabber 2.0 and HD Cap Express. Over a million of these have been sold which makes them some of the more widely used video capture devices.

The basic package of EZ Grabber and dUb costs just $30 to get started with 50 hours per month and upgrade packages for more hours are available.

The  competition to win an EZ Grabber in this video is already finished, we gave the units away during the live coverage.

Interview by Jeffrey Powers of The Geekazine Podcast and Tom Newman of The Fogview Podcast.

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