Built by Napster cofounder and former Facebook prez Sean Parker, Screening Room is reportedly a set top box and service that aims to bring new movies into your house the same day they hit theaters. The box is rumored to cost $150, and the movies themselves will be $50, with $20 going to the theaters, partially to cover the two real-world tickets that come with each one. It's still in the early stages, but it already has the backing of guys like Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, Peter Jackson, Martin Scorsese, and Ron Howard, as well of the interest of studios like Universal, Fox, and Sony, so it's also likely going to happen — and soon.
A quad-core processor. Android. 1200x800 resolution. Wi-fi and Bluetooth. It sounds like the stat sheet for a mid-level tablet — but mid-level tablets don't have wall-sized screens. The Jmgo Smart Home Theater Projector is a do-it-all theater solution with a circular aluminum body that matches the cylindrical remote control. Thanks to its built-in smarts, it can stream video straight from a variety of sources, has HDMI and USB ports for connecting other devices, built-in speakers, and DLP technology that keeps the picture looking crisp at any size.