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View the Full Episode: revision3.com HDMI Specs: Just ignore ‘em and plug in that cable! Buying the right UPS. With all the WiFi locations, do I really need Mobile Internet? Stream your wedding even if the church doesn’t have WiFi! Was the iPad invented by 2001 film director Stanley Kubrick in 1968? 00:21 With so many companies bidding on Hulu, is it smart to buy a Plus subscription now, or should I wait? Watch the video for the pros and cons of biting the bullet or holding off. www.hulu.com www.hulu.com 01:30 If an HDMI cable is rated Category 1, does that mean it can only support 720p? Watch the video as Robert breaks down the specs and lays out what you need to know when buying a new cable. en.wikipedia.org 03:20 If my HTPC recommends a resolution of 1366×768, how does that translate to my 720p HDTV? Watch the video to find out at which stage scaling should occur for the best quality video. 05:19 New releases for this week include The Beaver, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Rounders, and more! Watch the video for details on our favorites, and check out High-Def Digest and High Def Disc News for the complete list of releases. www.blu-ray.com www.blu-ray.com www.blu-ray.com bluray.highdefdigest.com www.highdefdiscnews.com For the full Tekzilla Episode 246, please visit: revision3.com Stories in our full episode over at Revision3: *Kubrick Invented the iPad *Earthquake! *+1 Button Shares Pages *Android Malware Spike *BART Critics May Be Right! *Which UPS Should I Buy …
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