Ceton Corp. may be upping the technology's profile again with its new InfiniTV 6 product line of CableCARD devices ... Ceton is offering some of the very few retail products that give consumers a degree of independent, multi-screen control over cable TV viewing and video recording.
Ceton have announced two new TV tunes for Windows Media Center. There is the InfiniTV 6 ETH a networked enabled 6 tuner system and the InfiniTV 6 PCIe a PCIe based tuner. Both just need one CableCARD and work with Windows Media Center. Ceton produce excellent tuners and are great supporters of Windows Media Center, if you want a CableCARD tuner then these will be well worth looking at.
Almost three years after Ceton's InfiniTV 4 CableCARD tuner hit the market as an easy and affordable way to watch premium HD cable TV on Windows Media Center, the company is rolling out a new variant.
You’re looking at the best Windows Media Center Extender we’'e tested. ... Xbox? We don’t need no stinkin’ Xbox!
Since the launch of the Windows 8 version of My Media Center, the $4.99 app has become one of the top selling paid apps in the Windows Store. We got in contact with Ceton to learn more about the app and their future plans.
if you're using a Windows tablet, this will give you arguably the best interface ever for controlling Windows Media Center. Forget the remote—just tap to record, tap to watch, tap to search, and so on.
In addition to the rebranding of its older apps, Ceton has now launched a new Windows 8 My Media Center app ... (yes, it also supports Windows RT products).
Ceton has changed the name of its Companion app to My Media Center, and brought a ton of new features with it, mostly for those running Windows 8 and a Surface Tablet. Eliminating the confusion that the app required Ceton hardware (it doesn’t) was a major reason behind the name change. New features for everyone include tracking premiering shows.
Ceton have renamed the Ceton Companion app to “My Media Center” and have launched a Windows Store app... If you’re a Media Center user it’s well worth it...:
Windows Media Center's best companion app for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Nook and Kindle has never required a Ceton branded tuner or extender, but now there's a new name to avoid any confusion. My Media Center is hitting your favorite app store via a free update today, which also includes a few bug fixes and wake on lan. More interestingly, Ceton has released a version of My Media Center for Windows 8,