re-branded their Xfinity TV Player app as Xfinity TV Go, and brought live TV viewing to the app. With the update, any Xfinity subscriber will be able to watch live TV from their Android device. A switch from On-Demand content only, this brings live events such as sporting events and award shows to you anywhere you go.
All Things D, Intel may be turning over their web-based TV service to none other than Verizon. Sources “familiar with the talks” describe both companies as being in the late stages of discussions, though no timeframe is known for a conclusion.
announced a deal with the National Basketball Association, which will bring their tablets and TVs courtside. The three-year deal will make Samsung the official TV and tablet sponsor for the NBA, and increase their brand recognition in the sports world.
Amazon set-top box for your living room, the wait may have just extended. According to a new report, the anticipated launch for Amazon’s media streaming device has been pushed back, and may not make it in time for the holidays.
Google Search has begun listing the air times of TV shows in search results. When searching for a show, IMDB info, as well as show air times and a list of past episodes, will show on the right side of the screen.
Xiaomi has just given the press a double whammy, announcing not only the much-awaited MiPhone 3 but also unveiling it's newest contraption: the "MiTV" 3D Smart TV. Seems like the Chinese company, who recently came into the media spotlight, is ready to step up its game as it prepares to make a mark on the global market.
Google is considering making an entrance into the internet TV world by offering traditional TV programming to online subscribers with a new streaming service. This isn't the first time we've heard of big hitters trying to join this front, but today the Wall Street Journal is reporting Google's been pitching their plan to big media companies in hopes of securing some deals.
Israeli media, and TechCrunch.