“; document.write(gstring); } } The mobile world may be going nuts for the HTC One, but HTC needs to move on from its flagship handset one day, and it looks like that day may be soon as two new upcoming smartphones from the company have recently been leaked. The HTC smartphones look to be the HTC [...]
Category: HTC Wildfire
Many of us now rip and store our favourite videos and movies on computer storage rather than just buying up more DVDs or Blu-ray discs. Whether we’re storing them on a desktop computer or network-attached storage (NAS) device, we’re increasingly creating vast video libraries that are sitting connected to our home Wi-Fi networks.
The conventional way of getting your video library onto your big-screen TV typically involves a network media player, which can hunt around your network, locate your storage, find the movie library and in some cases, even catalogue everything for you.
For instance, my own setup features a Western Digital WD TV Live player hooked up to my TV with a dongle that connects it to my Wi-Fi network. The WD TV player finds movies on my computer and is able to stream them to my TV. I select the movies I want to stream via the remote control that