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Archive | October, 2014

Review: UnoTelly DNS and VPN Service – watch BBC, Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO Go from any region

Let’s start with some facts: I am living in sunny California and me and my kids love Doctor Who! The one small problem, Doctor Who ‘s new episodes are not really available in US, so we need a way to watch them as soon as they are available. That’s not the only problem, a lot of sport events are ignored by US networks or their coverage is downright horrible, including Formula 1, Gymnastics, European soccer, etc. What to do? BBC iPlayer uses geo-location to check your current position and refuses to stream if you are outside UK. Same applies if you are trying to use Netflix/Hulu/HBO Go while traveling in a country that doesn’t have licensing rights for the mentioned services. We will need a service that provides access to streaming services from different countries and UnoTelly offers just such a service. I had the chance to use it around the house and while commuting on the train for the last week, and the experience is detailed in the present review. Read More…

Review: CoolStream Duo – Dual Bluetooth Receiver for iPhone Docks

If there is one thing I love about a company is its willingness to continuously improve their own products and since we did review Exeter Science & Entertainment’s previous versions of CoolStream Duo in the past, we jumped at the opportunity to review their new addition to the family. Just a bit of history here, we reviewed the original CoolStream Bluetooth Receiver just about a year ago, in October 2013, and the much improved CoolStream Bluetooth Receiver with battery and 3.5mm jack, just at the end of the last year. Now, about a year later, the CoolStream Duo model BTR102 adds the much needed Bluetooth Multipoint technology supporting two streaming sources paired at the same time, your smartphone and your tablet for example, so no more of that annoying pair/un-pair/pair again activity. No pin Bluetooth pairing is also supported making the initial connection as fast and headache free as humanly (or gadgetly possible). Read More…