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Users could use game pads to control video content, but TVii had few fans.
The paid-only service thanks high-profile rivals for raising awareness about streaming.
Synchronizing your lighting to pulse to your playlist, or updating all your social-media accounts each time you favorite a track are just two examples of what’s possible.
Selecting a movie or TV show will automatically begin playback, while menu options linger on the screen for a few seconds.
Sure, it’s Comcast. But Stream is also a step toward fixing what's wrong with cable TV.
As the ad-free version of YouTube inches closer to launch, don't expect it to look anything like Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Hulu.
The NFL is replacing its Game Rewind streaming service with something that's much more TV-friendly, but don't expect live games anytime soon.
Maybe algorithms know you better than humans after all.
The streaming video service could launch an commercial-free version as soon as this fall, but at a significant mark-up.
Now that Apple's exclusivity period is over, HBO's new standalone streaming service is available on more platforms.
Following the footsteps of rival HBO, Showtime now offers a standalone service with no pay-TV subscription required. Here's what you need to know.
"I don't need my music to be devalued by the worst quality in the history of broadcasting," Neil wrote on Facebook.
New estimates peg Apple's TV service at $10 to $40 per month, with a mix of broadcast and cable channels.
The new service lets Grooveshark users import their old playlists and then stream the tracks from YouTube and SoundCloud.
Comcast offers several packages that include online streaming, but Stream could be the company's first truly cord-cutter friendly service.
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