Where can you access cable TV, Internet streaming services, and your recorded DVR shows at or away from home via a single device? Still only one place.
The future of cable TV starts now, as HBO breaks free of its premium package shackles.
Time-Warner's war with CBS is just the latest TV network/provider kerfuffle. Why isn't there a T-Mobile in the TV business to force a new, consumer-friendly business model?
Remember when about 800,000 people left Netflix? Yeah, that didn't matter.
The FCC has adopted the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, which will require ads to be broadcast at volumes no louder than the volume of the show that they're running with. Until now, ads have been louder because YELLING AT PEOPLE MAKES THEM WANT BUY YOUR STUFF. Idiots.
Ready for your Xbox 360 to also become your FiOS cable box? If you're an existing Verizon FiOS TV, Internet and Xbox Live Gold member, you can get all your TV shows from your 360 — with Kinect controls. Hot diggity!
I'll bet you never thought you'd be jealous of Canada (of all places), but cable companies there have started offering packages where you can pay for only the channels you watch. Meanwhile, here in the U.S., cable providers are still...
Google is planning to test out a new cable service, complete with high-speed internet and TV, in Kansas City. Could the rest of the country be next?
This is pretty neat: it looks like Verizon and Comcast are working on letting you use your Xbox 360 as a cable box/DVR. With most cable boxes/DVRs existing in the technological world of the late 1990s, this is exciting news.
Remember last month when we told you about the Federal Communications Commission's vague plans to deliver 100Mbps broadband (over 20 times as fast as we have now) into American homes? Well, the FCC isn't letting the plan fall by the...