Written by: David Swan | Published in: EntertainmentiiNet has opened up its Fetch TV set-top box to allow customers to play videos and music or show photos from their computer, USB drive, camera or hard drive.
I have an old hard drive from a computer that was running Windows XP. My current system is Linux Mint 15 XFCE. I connected the old hard drive to my current system with a USB cable, and then opened Banshee. I clicked on "Media" and then "Import Media". I selected the entire hard drive as source, because the videos were located in a number of different folders.
Written by: David Swan | Published in: MobilityVirgin Mobile today launched the Virgin Mobile Tester Team, a concept encouraging Virgin customers to produce two minute handset video reviews in exchange for a phone.