neuros

  • Early look at the Neuros LINK internet video box

    Early look at the Neuros LINK internet video box

    CG reader Shaila was kind enough to send in some early impressions and info about the Neuros LINK box that we reported a couple of weeks ago. Keeping in mind that Neuros is currently in a gamma testing phase and is offering a generous four-month, no questions asked return policy on the $300 pre-production units, it seems that the system currently consists of little more than a small form factor PC… Read More

  • Neuros soft launches ‘LINK’ internet video set-top box

    Neuros soft launches ‘LINK’ internet video set-top box

    Here comes yet another set-top box that connects to the internet and streams web video. Thankfully, this one looks pretty cool. It’s called the Neuros LINK and it’ll leverage the Neuros.TV interface to stream shows to your TV from sites like YouTube, Hulu, NBC.com, CNN.com, CBS.com, and Fancast. Oh, and it’s an open platform. It appears that the Neuros.TV part of the equation… Read More

  • Neuros releases demo video showing chat room superimposed over live TV

    The Neuros set-top box is an open device allowing anyone to modify it anyway they see fit. One example is demonstrated above that I’m wondering if it’s more of an annoyance than anything else. Granted, maybe it’s the source material, ’cause a group TV chat would have been great back in Lost’s heyday. Now that the latest from Neuros is shipping, we should see more… Read More

  • Neuros shipping OSD 2.0 HD developers set-top box

    Neuros shipping OSD 2.0 HD developers set-top box

    The second generation OSD box is now available from Neuros intended for developers. The OSD 2.0 first popped up a month ago and nothing has changed since then. The DIY set-top box still encodes high-def at 720p in MPEG 4, and supports H.264, MPEG2, MPEG4, and WMV. So if assembling a set-top box is on your to-do-list, you can now order the OSD2 developers kit for $249, but just don’t forget… Read More

  • High-def coming to Neuros OSD2.0 platform

    High-def coming to Neuros OSD2.0 platform

    We’ve featured Neuros’s wares on Crunchgear before, so we’re glad to see the DIY Linux systems mature to high definition age. Their latest box, the OSD2.0, aimed at developers is going to have the capability. Yeah, you read that correctly, as of right now it doesn’t but as soon as the functionality is available, a firmware refresh will add it. Once you throw in the… Read More

  • Neuros debuts nifty "unlocked" anti-DRM logo; we like!

    Neuros debuts nifty "unlocked" anti-DRM logo; we like!

    We’re fans of Neuros here at CrunchGear, not just for the cool hardware its developing but also for its anti-DRM themes. The idea of applying open source to open content is a no-brainer, and it makes it look easy. And cool. So when Neuros published its new logo for un-DRMed media, we figured we had to share it. And the logo itself is hoped to spread to cover all non-DRM media, and we like… Read More

  • Neuros OSD Contest Update: Did anyone make a video?

    Neuros OSD Contest Update: Did anyone make a video?

    We’re trying to give the above object away. We got no entries in the contest. Did anyone do it? Is there anybody out there? Read More