How different would web-based TV offerings be from what’s already available, and how close are they to actually happening?
TV providers aren’t technology companies. We know the technology and the experience can be so much better.
How to improve the lives of media companies, service providers, technology companies and the consumers who are trapped in the middle of all this nonsense.
A chat with the CEO of the upstart Internet TV service which the networks hope to sue out of business.
After years of being undercut by cheaper streaming TV boxes, Boxee is changing course.
The company has discontinued its Boxee Box, a $180 device that streamed Internet sources such as Netflix and Pandora to televisions. In its …
A few nights ago as I was scanning through Twitter, my eyes picked up on a few keywords and settled, to my dismay, on a major spoiler for Breaking Bad.
The show had just aired in my time zone, but as a cord cutter, I’ve only …
When I heard that someone made a Perfect Strangers video game, I cringed. There were a lot of ways that this could have gone wrong–say, a dull point-and-click adventure or yet another faux 8-bit adaptation.
Fortunately, Jason …
Cable and satellite TV subscription growth slowed down more than had been previously reported, and cord-cutting was a primary factor. But don’t worry about it — a revolution that will re-create the current multi-channel access paradigm is still a long way away.
Tim Bajarin is the president of Creative Strategies Inc., a technology industry analysis and market intelligence firm in Silicon Valley.
Google, which was founded by two graduate students, has always made research a top priority. Now it appears that the company is turning a metropolitan area in the Midwest into its latest laboratory. The tech giant, which is …
Getting TV stations through the airwaves may seem like an anachronism in the age of streaming video online. But actually, the rise of Hulu and Netflix seems to be helping the rabbit ear industry.