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Fabrix sells software for cloud DVRs and video on demand
Current ESPN channels won't be part of any Netflix-style subscription model
Seriously. We heard it straight from the CEO's lips.
We recently sat down with Atari CEO Fred Chesnais and COO Todd Shallbetter to discuss Atari's bankruptcy proceedings, how the company to stay relevant after forty years in the industry, and...an Asteroids reboot?
Finally, some cable channels will stream to cord-cutters.
If a new report is to be believed, Microsoft is working on PC-based streaming of Xbox games.
The second-largest streaming music service goes the high-end route with Sonos partnership.
The streaming service is bringing its Post-Play feature to Google's streaming stick.
All half billion-plus iTunes users are getting U2's 'Songs of Innocence' for absolutely nothing.
The latest net neutrality protest will sprinkle the web with simulated loading icons, in the hopes that you'll contact your lawmakers before hunkering down to binge-watch your favorite show. But the slowdown will be entirely symbolic.
Netflix isn't going after YouTube, but the company is testing out short clips suited for watching on the go.
Spotify is all about audio, but soon ads on the streaming service won't be.
Germany's Fraunhofer Institute is bringing 4K TV content to second screens using tablets almost like magnifying glasses to zoom in on the picture.
The TiVo Mega, capable of recording more than three year's worth of programs, is slated to ship early next year, so start saving now.
At least three TV makers were at IFA last week showcasing sets that could go from flat to slightly curved and back.
Cartoon Network's hit series has spawned numerous iOS and Android games and apps. Here are the essentials.
The next big thing, according to consumer electronics makers at IFA? TVs that bend.
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