YouTube TV: Live streaming TV for $35 per month (with 40 channels, cloud DVR)

Google is the latest company to enter the internet TV space. YouTube TV is coming soon, and the $35/month service will let you watch dozens of channels live over the internet, including ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CW, ESPN, USA, and FX. There’s also a cloud DVR feature that lets you save programs for later viewing. […]

Caavo promises to bring together Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV… with an impressive, expensive workaround solution

There’s no shortage of boxes that you can plug into your TV to stream online video. But right now there’s no single box to rule them all: there’s no Amazon Video app for Apple TV. A Roku can’t play iTunes videos. And don’t even get me started on Google Play Video’s limitations. Caavo has a […]

Virgin Media launches 14 inch TellyTablet in the UK

Sometimes you want to watch TV while plopped down on the coach and staring at a 50 inch screen. But sometimes you might want a smaller screen that you can pick up and carry with you to the kitchen, bedroom, or lavatory. And if you you’re a Virgin Media customers in the UK, you’ll have […]

PlayStation Vue internet TV service arrives on Android TV, coming soon to web browsers

Sony’s PlayStation Vue service allows customers to watch live and on-demand TV programming over the internet. When it first launched, PS Vue required PlayStation Hardware. Then it expanded to additional hardware including Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Chromecast devices as well as Android an iOS apps. Now PlayStation Vue is also available for Android TV […]

Apple’s new TV app includes unified search and browse, Minecraft and Twitter coming soon to Apple TV

Apple is introducing new features for its Apple TV hardware, including support for new types of apps (such as Twitter, which allows you to see social media reactions to shows you’re watching), as well as new games coming to the platform (Minecraft is on the way). The company has also unveiled a new TV app […]

AT&T to launch DirecTV Now internet-only TV service in November for $35 per month

AT&T and Time Warner announced merger plans recently, and speaking at the Wall Street Journal’s WSJ.D Live event today, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson announced that one of the reasons for that merger is to allow AT&T to launch a new internet-only TV service with more than 100 channels of “premium” content, including Time Warner-owned channels. […]