What’s on TV tonight? That age-old question is starting to take on new meaning with the growing demand and availability of streaming content. Now, viewers don’t have to flip through the TV Guide to decide what to watch. Between Netflix streaming, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant, HBO GO, and iTunes, there are hundreds of thousands of [...]
As you no doubt have heard, the age of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is upon us. It’s an impressive phone with great specs. But is it an iPhone killer? Well, maybe not; Apple’s dominance has never depended upon having the better product. But it could very well be a Universal Remote killer. You see, [...]
Considering picking up a 3D TV? The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) shifted the focus this year from 3D TVs last year to high-resolution displays, curved screens, and OLED displays as detailed in this article from the The Verge. The article makes a compelling argument about the downfall of 3D displays; however, while some may [...]
Will 2013 be the year of the Steam Box? Depends on which end of the hype you’re on. According to one version, Valve is poised to launch its popular Steam distribution platform on a compact gaming PC to compete head-to-head with next-gen consoles by Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo. According to another version, we don’t really [...]
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) being held this week in Las Vegas is the chance for companies to show off their newest and greatest inventions. It’s been a year dominated by news of consolidation and restructuring, but there will still be plenty of exciting new products and even a few surprises. The usual faces of [...]
http://youtu.be/AsLovKbiKBY You’re ready for a new TV, and you want to stretch your budget as far as it will go. Can you get more HDTV by taking a chance on a lesser-known brand? Are you simply paying more for the name, or does it guarantee higher quality? Size Matters. You can get a bigger TV [...]
Quipol As online video services like Hulu, YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Video, and iTunes continue to grow, do you think good old-fashioned cable TV is “on the way out the door?” Let us know what you think in this poll!
Television is changing, everyone can see that. But does that mean that television many of us have come to know and love is going away? Absolutely not. This great interview with Dan Wieden of the popular advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy sums up nicely how the changes in how we’re all watching TV is actually good. To [...]
Created by Connect Your Home. Here’s an interesting look at how DVRs are changing the way we watch TV. Today, more than 45% of cable TV subscribers have DVRs and 35% have more than 1 DVR. What’s that mean for how we’re watching TV? Take a look.
We love TV. In America alone, more than 60% of households who own a TV have at least three in the home. Of the US households that have a broadband internet connection, only 6% don’t pay for television service. So 94% of us are still tuning-in to standard TV when we’re not browsing around YouTube [...]