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Easy HDTV DVR (x64)

Easy HDTV DVR (x64) is a simple HDTV/DTV viewing and recording software for 64-bit Windows versions and ATSC/QAM tuner cards. It features...

June 4, 2014 by Enigma Industries

ATI hands out low-cost graphics card

Graphics chipmaker ATI Technologies on Monday announced the release of the All-in-Wonder VE, a budget-priced multimedia card based on the company's older Radeon 7500 graphics processor. The PC graphics card includes a TV tuner, software for video recording and DVD playback, and other multimedia features.

December 3, 2002 by

ATI unveils luxury graphics card

Graphics chipmaker ATI Technologies announced a new PC graphics card Monday based on its high-end Radeon 9700 chip. The All-In-Wonder 9700 Pro will include advanced features for viewing TV programming on a PC, including support for dual TV tuners and software for video recording.

September 30, 2002 by

Hercules strikes 3D deal with ATI

Hercules, the European graphics card maker, and 3D chip company ATI announced a tie-up on Thursday that will give ATI's products greater visibility for European consumers, while giving Hercules the ability to manufacture its own graphics cards using ATI technology. The deal is a boost for ATI, which is locked in heated competition with rival chipmaker Nvidia in the 3D graphics business. ATI and Nvidia both make the graphics accelerators that are coveted by gamers, and are also used in most PCs and laptops. Under the partnership, Hercules and ATI plan to develop a range of graphics products for European consumers. Hercules will exclusively carry ATI's All-in-Wonder products, which combine graphics acceleration with PC-TV and digital video recording capabilities, in European retail and distribution channels. Hercules said it will incorporate ATI technology such as the Radeon 8500 chip into its 3D Prophet range. --Matthew Broersma, ZDNet UK

January 10, 2002 by

ATI hooks PCs up to TVs

Graphics card maker ATI Technologies today announced the ImpacTV video-out chip which allows a PC to connect to a TV via a graphics card. The chip will allow users to play games, browse the Internet or watch PC-based video clips displayed on conventional TV sets.

October 14, 1996 by

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