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RealDVD Lets You Take Your DVDs With You

New software from Real allows you to legally save your DVD collection to your hard drive--but with a major caveat.

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5 Cool Hacks for Your Entertainment Gadgets

Add external storage to your TiVo, beef up your Xbox 360, rip DVDs to your media player, play your iTunes purchases on any device, and use your standard cable remote to skip commercials.

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How to Calibrate Your HDTV

If you haven't calibrated your HDTV, you're probably not seeing the picture you paid for. Here's how to get a near-perfect image on your high-def screen without breaking the bank.

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The Best Blu-ray Players

Movie aficionados, take note: With a Blu-ray Disc player, you no longer have to make compromises on image quality. Here's a rundown of the best high-definition players on the market today.

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Create Your Own Blu-ray Video Discs

From shooting great video with your HD camcorder to playing the footage back on your HDTV, here's how to turn your own home videos into high-def Blu-ray masterpieces.

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Top Four Reasons Blu-ray Disc Will Tank

HD DVD may be "dead," but that doesn't mean you should rush out and buy a Blu-ray player. Here are a few reasons why.

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Blu-ray's Victory Could be Short-Lived, Analysts Warn

Toshiba may have backed off with its rival HD DVD, but Internet downloads are the next challenge.

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End of the High-Def Format War: Five Pros and Cons

Blu-ray battled HD DVD to the death to win the high-def format war. What's ahead now for the average user? Here are our expert's pros and cons.

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Timeline: HD DVD vs. Blu-ray Disc

The battle for high-def video dominance began in 2000; here's a look at how Blu-ray bested HD DVD.

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Microsoft Stays Mum on Blu-ray Disc Support

Microsoft won't say if it will support Blu-ray for the Xbox; continues selling HD DVD external add-on.

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