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TiVo for Android Now Streams Content Directly to ...
has been the standard for home DVR for years, but its Android app learned a new trick: now you can stream your shows anywhere. Wi-Fi and mobile networks included. The service will...
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Comcast's cloud DVR starts serving up recordings ...
In the midst of attempting to gobble up its largest counterpart, battle Netflix on net neutrality and face down customer service scandals, Comcast is still slowly extending its new TV platform. The...
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Inside the World of a Professional TV Spoiler
Stephen Carbone, a blogger known more commonly online as Reality Steve, calls The Bachelor “porn for women.” By that logic, Carbone is the master of premature ejaculation. Carbone, a pugnacious, acid...
Read more at Fast Company Magazine
Lindsay Laird: What can a graffiti artist from Af...
September 30, 2014 - 4:38pm Shamsia Hassani is a contemporary artist currently residing in Kabul, Afghanistan. She teaches at the Kabul University of the Arts and is also an integral part of...
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University of the Arts
TiVo adds streaming support for its Android app
And it only took two years. Back in August 2012,
launched the Stream, a small box that let
Premiere owners stream live and recorded programming to iOS devices via
's app. Then a year...
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Amazon App Store
Tivo introduces Android app to stream shows on mo...
Inc., a maker of digital video recorders, is introducing a mobile application for users to stream TV content on their Android smartphones and tablets, adding to a similar service it offers on...
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Time Warner Inc.
Online campaign ads may prove decisive in midterm...
From YouTube to Vine, political campaigns are testing the boundaries of online messaging and advertising — but they are still far more timid than other industries in harnessing the Internet’s...
Read more at The Washington Times
RetroArch authors: RetroN 5's emulators, code vio...
Hyperkin's RetroN 5, a five-slot console that plays cartridges from the NES up to the GBA, violates several licenses, according to the group behind open-source project RetroArch. A post from the group...
Read more at Joystiq
Heritage Foundation: America's poor actually live...
The Heritage Foundation has weighed in with its contribution to the enduring conservative effort to paint America's poor as undeserving mooks. TV newscasts ... depict the poor as homeless or as...
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the column | A salute to ‘SNL’ — now talk amongst...
Normally I hate staying up past midnight. But there’s one big live-from-New- York exception. That’s when a new installment of “Saturday Night Live” rolls around. Tomorrow night, “SNL” begins its...
Read more at J Weekly
Saturday Night Live
TV Networks Offering More On Demand to Reduce Ad-...
More ads mean more revenue for the TV industry. Comcast Corp. (CMCSA), owner of NBC and the largest U.S. pay-TV service, is offering the 100 most popular shows on demand in the new TV season that’s...
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A boomer's advice for millennials
OK, so we're leaving you with a few bills to pay. But as we baby boomers hit retirement, keep in mind you millennials also have thrown us some curveballs. So before we fade away, here's some advice...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Consumer Watch: Ways to cut the high cost of watc...
Many of my friends are dispensing with their expensive cable bills and going to other newer technology. While I can’t stand the exorbitant monthly fee, I’m also a bit apprehensive about going...
Read more at Chattanooga Times Free Press
Virgin Media falling short of carbon reduction ta...
Virgin Media falling short of carbon reduction targets Virgin Media gave a 'thumbs down' for its total direct and indirect emissions in 2013 Virgin Media's total carbon emissions have risen by 2.6%...
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AppDynamics gets into the intelligence business
With its new mobile performance and experience service, it deploys agents across a retailer’s apps and sites to return information retailers can act on to improve mobile shopping. Jyoti Bansal,...
Read more at InternetRetailer.com
Central Intelligence Agency
The PS4 And Xbox One Are Already Out Of Date - Ro...
Last week I wrote a feature about my disappointment at the PS4 and Xbox One not being capable of handling 4K games, and my belief that this would lead to both consoles only enjoying a relatively short...
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Wall St climbs ahead of Fed statement, DuPont jum...
Materials sector shares led the advance, with DuPont up 4.4 percent at $68.72 after activist investor Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management, among the biggest shareholders in the company, urged it to...
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Business Standard India
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Apple Television: What We Can Learn From Tim Cook...
Following the Apple announcements last week, Apple head Tim Cook was interviewed by Charlie Rose (the first hour aired last week and can be watched after the jump, the second part premieres tonight)....
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Off Asides On Dallas Cowboys vs Tennessee Titanics
ERNEST BORGNINE JUST BEFORE HE LEANED IN TO TRY TO KISS ME (photo courtesy of Wikipedia) Wow, what a battle. Intense. Valiant. But, ultimately, unsuccessful. My brain and my eyelids pummeled each...
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Do You Really Need Picture Calibration?
Hi everyone, I am in the UK and have just bought a new Samsung UE48H6400 3D TV and I'm very happy with it but I was wondering if you really need to change the picture settings rather than what the...
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