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Radio One DJ Chris Moyles took delivery of his half-scale multi-function entertainment unit over the weekend admitting he couldn’t quite remember making the two grand purchase online last year due to inebriation.
The DVD playing, iPod docking, stereo-sound delivering dustbin on wheels has had us hot under the collar since our first sighting back in early 2007 but seemed to be consigned to the scrap yard after Nikko went bust in the UK.
Apple’s not going to be happy about this. miShare has just started selling a simple device to swap almost any media between two iPods. Plug two of Apple’s music boxes in, press a few buttons and you’ll have transferred music, playlists, even photos and videos.
The company just updated its EyeTV software, adding support for H.264, which is the system used to broadcast the free satellite service. All you’ll need to do is grab an EyeTV 310 box, connect one end to a Mac, and the other to a dish to enjoy free TV.
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