TV companies entering the wireless network business is nothing new. AT&T and Verizon are both in the game, offering wireless service alongside the TV business. Dish may be next, though the company would need a partner to pull it off.
YouTube Kids is a version of YouTube age-gated so kids can watch it without finding anything made for mature audiences. With tons of content and 8 million weekly active viewers, it’s a great way for your kids to safely watch YouTube on a phone or tablet.
Though plenty of people are cutting the cord and getting rid of their cable TV subscriptions, many others keep them despite the hassle and limitations. Contracts, cable box rentals, extra charge for DVRs, and being limited to one TV is a big hassle. YouTube aims to change that.
YouTube has announced YouTube TV, a live ... Read More »
Google Assistant’s success relies on its proliferation and use by as many people as possible. Amazon Alexa is well on its way, being featured in the Echo, various third party speakers, appliances, tablets and even potentially cars and phones.
Google aims to provide as much information as possible to you before showing you related links. Cards in search results give you info on cars, diseases, weather, and a lot of other useful topics. Google is adding another to the list, so now search results will display live TV listings.
Google Cast, the technology behind the Chromecast we all know and love, has grown into much more than just part of a single streaming device. It’s now a technology used across many devices made by many manufacturers. It’s a great way of streaming content from mobile devices to the big screen, and ... Read More »
If you’re a Sprint customer looking to get a new phone, it’ll soon be a good time to do so. Sprint will soon offer a 32-inch Samsung TV with the purchase of a qualifying Samsung smartphone. Both new customers and existing customers that are upgrading or adding a new line will be eligible.
Ouya was the first of its kind, an Android-based console that gained massive popularity in its Kickstarter phase. It raised $8.6 million, a new record for Kickstarter at the time, and promised to deliver so much. And to be fair, it delivered a lot of what was promised.