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  • Kylo web browser for TV turned Open Source overnight

    There’s been a relatively large announcement made by Hillcrest Labs tonight in that they’ve turned their own “Kylo Web Browser for TV” over to the Open Source community. This announcement sets the Mozilla-based TV browser up for open-sourced management for its many features, features such as its ability to work with Mac OS and Windows machines and its ability… more »

  • Lifehacker names Kylo as one of the Most Popular Free Mac Downloads of 2010

    Unless you built yourself a Hackintosh, Macs can be get pretty expensive. Fortunately, some of the best Mac software costs you absolutely nothing. Here’s a look at the most popular, free Mac downloads for 2010.

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  • Hillcrest Labs’ Kylo Web Browser for TV Named as CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Award

    New York, NY and Rockville, MD, November 9, 2010 – Hillcrest Labs today announced that it has been named an International CES Innovations 2011 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree for Kylo™, the free Web browser for television. Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, engineers and members… more »

  • New Version of Kylo: the Free Web Browser for Television

    Hillcrest Labs Unveils New Version of Kylo: the Free Web Browser for Television, Now with New Look and New Search

    Latest Version Includes Instant Visual Search Through Integration with Clicker.tv
    Now Available for the United Kingdom, with a UK-Centric Kylo Directory
    Ideal Companion Product, The LoopTM Pointer, Offered at Reduced Price

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  • Kylo and Loop Advance Viewing Web Video on TV

    The Wall Street Journal More consumers are watching TV shows over the Internet using computers hooked up to their sets. But this can be a hassle. The major Web browsers were made for close-up use, so they have icons, toolbars and menus that can be too small to see from an optimal TV-viewing distance. And they are meant to be used with mouses, or… more »

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