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Geographic restrictions have kept many servicemembers from using the Internet to watch their favorite TV shows while posted overseas.
The Netflix Inc. is displayed on an Apple Inc. iPhone 5s in this arranged photograph in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
Nielsen Media Research has declared itself "open for business" in terms of tracking TV viewing on smartphones, tablets and other electronic gadgets.
In late November, I was a guest on a Calgary radio talk show, answering questions about cutting the cable cord.
A new report from research firm Parks Associates suggests that more than 25 per cent of US households will have a streaming media player by 2015, with continued robust sales and new entries such as Amazon Fire TV driving expansion of this connected CE category.
This product image provided by Scribd shows the Scribd e-book app. Scribd and Oyster let you read as many books as you want for a monthly price _ $9 for Scribd and $10 for Oyster.
The company said Wednesday that it's started rolling out a new feature to select Android devices that lets users show off their screens regardless of what app they're running.
Better oil your chain saw. "Sharknado 2" is really happening, and there's nothing we can do to stop the mayhem.
Big brands and small businesses alike are flocking to social media in droves, but most only become notable when they get hacked, fake getting hacked, or make a major faux pas.
Apple should do more to improve accessibility for its apps, says an advocacy group, supported by members of the National Federation of the Blind.
Two weeks ago, a melancholy 23-year-old wandered into Lost Weekend Video on Valencia Street and began pouring his heart out to the woman behind the counter.
Q: I recently bought a smart TV. Can it get infected by a computer virus? If so, can it be protected against viruses? A: There have not yet been any reports of computer virus attacks on smart TVs, although some experts believe that will eventually happen.
Xiaomi, the so-called "Apple of China," is beating its namesake on one important metric in its homeland: time spent in apps.
Apple has been making headlines again, which is not unusual for a company that sets trends and moves markets.
Barnes & Noble shares responded with a 7% leap following the news, a bonus following the total 40% gain seen since 2014 began.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 04:45 pm
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