Life without commercials — wouldn’t it be grand?
It never hurts to ask.
Well, it looks like we can draw a big, fat, red line through “run over a pile of rocks” and “knock it off-balance with a 20-pound weight” on our list of ways to escape when a humanoid robot’s chasing after you.
The Wall Street Journal reports “people briefed on the company’s plans” as saying that Amazon is working on a TV box for streaming on-demand video. The rumored box could apparently be available for the holidays and would compete with Apple TV, Roku and similar streaming boxes.
Amazon Readies Set-Top Box for Holidays [WSJ.com]
Pre-order now, get access to the Destiny beta next spring.
The whole process actually takes longer than a second, but the headline has to make you feel like if you didn’t click on it you’d be missing out on something incredible.
The incredibly crowded pool of streaming movie providers is about to get even more crowded.
If Instagram let multiple people make movies together, it might come out looking like this new service.
“It’s just best.”
Humanity: We’ve truly reached our pinnacle.
Just a few new features and aesthetic tweaks to make Roku’s $50-and-up streaming boxes that much more attractive.
Five minutes of awkward banter and visual awesomeness.