Is buying an Xbox One to watch cable/satellite TV a sound investment?
Microsoft’s console stitches together an array of services in ways that are ambitious, though not always seamless.
Warning: There’s some math involved.
Though what it looks like doesn’t really matter.
Google’s $35 dongle just got a lot more musical.
“Internet Plus” plan costs $50 per month.
A streaming video box has been rumored for months, but a launch isn’t imminent.
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“Android TV” branding would be a strange move.
…and how all that data is being used to measure ratings.
Okay, let’s be honest, hardly anyone’s going to spend $250 for a game console that runs Android — not when the same money could get you a PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360. But you’ve got to respect Mad Catz for trying with the M.O.J.O.
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]