It’s no secret that the internet has changed the way that people all around the world consume media. It’s been a disruption that has almost completely upended the broadcast and cable television industries and has already decimated the home movie rental industry (with the notable exception of Redbox, somehow). The rise of the internet as […]
While streaming has taken off — with more than 60 percent of young Americans using streaming services as their primary TV venue — it’s also invaded our bedrooms. A 2018 Tuck survey of 1,300 Americans found that more than 85 percent of us watch streaming TV in bed, with 70 percent of them falling asleep to […]
Smart beacons are currently limited to displaying personalized or relevant data on the smartphone, but that might not be the case for much longer. Estimote, a leader in beacon tech, has launched the Mirror, a beacon that connects to TV displays. A retailer can connect the Mirror to a TV through HDMI and USB, usually […]
Because frustration. Just let us talk to our TVs, k?
HBO is finally unshackled. Time to sort the options.
New Rokus 2 and 3 let users search by talking.
Sorry, Apple. You stream or you die.
The company is sorry if it freaked you out.
It’s official: Flash has lost its groove. There’s no stopping HTML5 now.
Chances are it will power your 2015 TV.
Rising to the top of the living room.
4K video is awesome, but look out for the gotchas.
Ways to put eye-popping visuals on your Ultra HD TV.
Google’s tiny TV stick arrests no development.
Turkey Day officially just became less annoying.
It lost the battle, but maybe not the war.
The price is right, at least.
Developers could take over your TV screen.
Yes, it was game-changing. Timeless, not so much.