video streaming

Google Chromecast wireless streaming Hands-on

Just as exciting as Android 4.3 and the new Nexus 7 tablet, is Google's latest device, the Chromecast. A tiny HDMI dongle the size of a thumb drive delivering endless YouTube, Netflix, Google Music, Pandora, and web content to your HDTV for streaming anything and everything. Easily stream content to your big screen for only $35. We have some hands-on so take a peek after the break.

Google announces the Chromecast for universal TV streaming

Google is busy announcing all sorts of awesome new products like the Nexus 7, but they just revealed something else that will throw many for a loop. Have you ever had a hard time getting video from your devices on your HDTV in the living room? Yes, I have too. The new Google Chromecast (dongle) will bring universal streaming from any device to your TV.

Samsung snags Boxee and staff for a quick $30 million

This isn't the first time we've been hearing talks about Samsung acquiring the set-top box company Boxee, but now it looks to be semi-official. While both ends are still keeping quite, multiple sources have confirmed the Korean electronics giant has just purchased Boxee for roughly $30 million. The rumors are also being confirmed by Israeli media, and TechCrunch.

MTV video-streaming apps come to iOS – Android will have to wait

Today the parent company to MTV, Viacom, has just launched a few new applications that deliver some pretty great features to those enjoy iOS devices like the iPhone. MTV, MTV2, and more have all been updated with full video-streaming capabilities, sneak peak previews and more. They have apps already on both iOS and Android, but just got improved. Sadly the Android versions will have to wait.

Verizon inks multi-year deal with NFL – more live streaming coming in 2014

Today the National Football League and Verizon Wireless have agreed to another multi-year deal that will extend their exclusive access to NFL Mobile for Verizon customers. We're not learning any details about how long this new extension is for, but we have a feeling Verizon won't be letting go of this anytime soon. The most important part of the news is the additional features and live streaming options coming next year.

Video accounts for 50% of Verizon Wireless network traffic

Coming by way of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) conference, Verizon Communications CEO Lowell McAdam has said that streaming video now accounts for 50 percent of the network traffic. And extending that out a few years, McAdam believes that streaming video will account for nearly two-thirds by the year 2017.

MLB At Bat 2013 updated with redesigned team and news pages

Just in time for the 2013 season to officially get under way, the folks from the MLB development studio have just released their brand new app for Android. It just arrived on the Google Play Store with fastball-like speeds and is full of new features, an improved design, and more. All you MLB fans will be happy to know the tablet layout got improved too.

YouTube now streaming to 1 billion users each month

YouTube has announced their latest milestone, 1 billion. According to a posting on the official YouTube Blog, they are now seeing more than a billion unique users every month. Keep in mind here, that is billion with a 'b' and we are talking unique here. Simply put, that is a rather large number and just to get a handle on what that means -- Google has provided some comparisons.

NCAA March Madness official Android app updated – Live stream all games free

Starting again today we get to enjoy some of the best few weeks in all of sports. Of course we're talking about NCAA Basketball's March Madness. Just like last year today we're bringing you the official NCAA March Madness app for Android, and of course you can stream all 67 games free. Well as long as the app supports your cable provider. It's been redesigned for 2013, looks amazing, and supports nearly every single device I've ever owned or reviewed.
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