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Airtame Chromecast Competitor Launch

Video: Watch out Chromecast, Airtame is coming with better features

January 23rd, 2014

Google is getting ready to launch its popular Chromecast dongle in international markets, but the device may get more and more competitors in the future. One of them is Airtame – a crowd-funded project that closed its Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign at $1,268,148, surpassing the $160,000 goal it started with in late November by a huge margin. …

Chromecast International Launch

Google is refining its best TV product of last year for international launch

January 22nd, 2014

The $35 Chromecast dongle launched by Google in mid-2013 was one of the best products from the company last year, thanks to its affordable price and digital content streaming features. The device, officially available only in the U.S. for now, will hit international markets later this year, with Google already working on adapting the product …

AT&T CES Party John Legere

T-Mobile CEO John Legere was thrown out after crashing AT&T’s CES party

January 7th, 2014

Uncarrier CEO John Legere was Uninvited from AT&T’s big CES 2014 bash for developers on Monday when staff running the event threw him out after he crashed the party. Legere, who is known for publicly taunting AT&T on Twitter, on stage at events and when any other opportunities arise, says he attended AT&T’s CES party …

Super Bowl XLVIII: free online live-streaming

Super Bowl XLVIII will be streamed online and to iOS devices for free

January 3rd, 2014

Football fans who want to watch this year’s Super Bowl XLVIII online on their computers and mobile devices will be able to do so, Variety reports, as Fox Sports will offer online live streaming to this year’s football championship event. The free coverage will start on Sunday, February 2nd at 6:30 p.m. on foxsportsgo.com but …

Most Pirated Movies of 2013

The Hobbit wins dubious honor of being 2013’s most pirated movie

January 1st, 2014

While Game of Thrones took home the official title of the most pirated TV show of 2013, the most pirated film of the past year was The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, TorrentFreak reports. The first episode of The Hobbit saga was downloaded an estimated of 8.4 million times on BitTorrent networks from January 1st to …

Apple Virtual Reality Goggles Patent

Apple is working on its own virtual reality goggles

December 10th, 2013

Apple on Tuesday was awarded a patent for a head-mounted display that doesn’t really resemble Google’s smart Glass project whether we’re talking about design or features. Discovered by Patently Apple, the new patent describes an elaborated goggle system that may resemble ski of motorcycle goggles that come with specific entertainment features in mind, allowing the user …

Xbox Video Web Service Launches

Xbox Video service launches on the web

November 28th, 2013

Microsoft on Wednesday launched its Xbox Video service on the web at XboxVideo.com, allowing users to watch movies and TV shows in the browser, using the Silverlight plug-in. There are “more than 300,000 movies and TV episodes” to choose from, the company announced, and they can be watched on the Xbox 360, Xbox One, Windows …

YouTube Music Pass

YouTube’s upcoming streaming music service revealed in new app

November 28th, 2013

Google has its own streaming music service now that “Google Play Music All Access” is available, but the company may soon look to double down and launch a separate streaming service aimed at a younger crowd. The company recently released an update to its YouTube app for Android, and the new build was subsequently picked …

Netflix’s furious growth keeps Q3 entertainment spending from tanking

November 4th, 2013

The Digital Entertainment Group noted recently that even though American household spending on home entertainment was flat year-over-year in the third quarter, there were dramatic shifts between different categories. BGR sister site Deadline reports that sales of discs, digital movies and television programs declined by more than 7%, while rentals were up by more than 16%. …