This was the 2nd stop on the gdgt live tour 2010. The tour kicked-off in Austin, TX during SXSW and this time we were headed to Chicago, IL. Hundreds of tech enthusiasts came out on a rainy night to check out the latest gadgets. DivX showed off some new devices that play DivX video, including the recently launched 1 TB Iomega Director multimedia hard drive and the LG Arena mobile phone. Attendees also had a chance to demo one of the first DivX Plus HD devices that play back MKV video (the Philips Blu-ray player BDP 5100).
We had a great time hanging out with all the DivX users that came by our booth to catch up on everything DivX. There are three more stops left on the gdgt live tour 2010. In July, we will be in Seattle, so if you are in the area, make sure to check back to get all the details.
Check out some photos and a video recap of the event after the break. Continue reading “A Recap of gdgt Live in Chicago”
A while back, DivX sponsored the gdgt live event in Austin, TX during SXSW 2010. We handed out t-shirts, showed off some of the latest DivX Certified gadgets, and met a lot of awesome DivX enthusiasts. We had so much fun that we are attending and sponsoring the next event in Chicago. If you live in the Chicago area (or you are close enough to drive there), then head on over to the Gallery 2433 on May 12th.
DivX will be there with the latest DivX gadgets, including a DivX Plus HD Blu-ray player from Philips that plays MKV files. We will also be showing people how quick and easy it is to transfer your Internet movies to any DivX Certified device with the new DivX Plus Player. Did we mention we’ll have DivX t-shirts and free DivX Pro Software? You can find all of the details and a map of the location after the break. Continue reading “DivX is Headed to Chicago for the Next gdgt Live Event”
The first gdgt live tour event was a gadget lovers dream. Everywhere you looked there were gadget enthusiasts and companies showing off their latest hi-tech goods. The gdgt live kickoff event was last week during SXSW in Austin, TX and DivX was there showing off some of the latest gadgets that play DivX video (including DivX HD networked Blu-ray players, the Samsung Omnia II phone and the 500Gb DivX HD Seagate media player), handing out t-shirts and giving away free copies of our brand new DivX Plus Software.
We had a blast catching up with DivX users face-to-face and geeking out about the latest products. Needless to say, we can’t wait for the next event. DivX is a proudly sponsoring the gdgt live tour that is traveling all across America, so keep an eye out for a stop near you.
If you happen to be cool enough to live in Austin, Texas, or even if you’re just cool enough to travel there for SXSW, make sure you head over to the Austin Music Hall on the evening of March 15th, when gdgt.com is hosting a live event sponsored by DivX.
DivX folks will be at the event giving product demos and showing off some of the latest DivX Certified gadgets. We will also be giving away our new software and handing out t-shirts and coupon cards for DivX movies–while supplies last, of course. Check out the date, time, and map after the break, and join us if you can. Continue reading “Meet Up with DivX and gdgt at the gdgt Live Event in Austin, TX”
Warner Bro’s latest movie “Cop Out” is hitting theaters today (Feb 26th). This film is about two NYPD partners played by badass Bruce Willis and not-so-badass Tracy Morgan. The unlikely combination of these two “partners against crime” sets this movie up to be a perfect addition to a long line of buddy cop movies.
Click here to go to the official “Cop Out” website.
The entire movie is a throwback and a tribute to many of the great buddy cop films that pioneered the genre. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorites that you can download and purchase right now in DivX format. Before you watch “Cop Out” in the theaters, get in the mood by watching one of your favorite buddy cop dramas…or maybe you’ll find that we listed a few you’ve never watched before. The list and more is available after the break. Continue reading “Buddy Cop Films”