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- About HSIHome System Integration was born out of the desire to share and learn new ways of connecting the different technologies many of us have throughout the home. From connecting a game console to a surround sound receiver to setting up a streaming media server, there seems to be a multitude of way in accomplishing these tasks. The crew at Home System Integration (HSI), being a group of IT professionals with an affinity for home theater and home technology, thought this would be a great place to share what we know in hopes that the rest of the world will share what they know in return! That idea has evolved into creating something bigger. This isn’t just a website with reviews and articles, this is meant to be interactive! This is about creating a community where no matter what your skill level, no matter how obscure the question, there will be someone here that can answer it! So please, come visit often! Share your opinions, knowledge, and especially your “lessons learned” about how to create something technologically stunning in your homes! Home System Integration Team Member Bio’s Tom Abell (a.k.a. Billy) – Editor in Chief Put simply, Tom loves technology! He’s…
The Ultimate Upgrade for any HDTV What’s ALL the fuss? The VIZIO Co-Star packs serious media streaming capabilities in a small sleek 4 inch square design. This sweet little device can literally take care of all your media streaming needs by connecting you to all …
Hisense Pulse, a new set top box offering featuring the often misunderstood GoogleTV platform. Will this box change the direction for Google TV?
Google TV is going to get a new accessory in the form of Sony streaming media device soon. One of the first media companies to adopt Google TV, Sony had recently announced that it would be launching the NSZ-GS7, the second set-top box to support …
Google has not been able to increase the popularity of its Google TV in spite of its attractive features. As another step towards increasing Google TVs popularity, a set up box is being developed by a company called Honeywld technology. The noteworthy feature of this …
Google’s next technological venture could spell the end of Cable TV very soon. Google is planning to bring high speed internet to Kansas City in 2012, to provide its Google TV services in the region. The internet service will be called Google Fiber.
Google TV offers an optional add-on that enhances the Android SDK, providing configuration options for Google TV. This should bring life to GoogleTV Android.
With the recent purchase of SageTV by Google, there is a lot of speculation on just how SageTV technology will be incorporated into the next release of GoogleTV
More good signs of life for GoogleTV and future changes right around the corner! Slingbox is now producing a beta client: Slingplayer for Connected Devices.