Fans of the online video game store Steam will be delighted to hear that a new feature called “Big Picture” will let them take their favorite games to their living room. Big Picture lets users activate a simple TV friendly interface for Steam, and navigate through it with a video game controller. Everything from the […]
After months of dormancy, Google Fiber was officially launched today in Kansas City. It boasts blazing fast internet speeds of 1,000 Megabits per second (both upload and download). That’s roughly 100 times as fast as the average U.S. broadband connection! In addition to the Gigabit service, Google plans to offer free 5 Megabit per second internet to […]
Smart TVs have the potential to be the big hit of the future. However, considering that currently only 40 percent of the ‘smart’ connected TVs are actually being used as intended, maybe that isn’t so likely. Adding apps to your TV sounds like a good idea in theory, but customers are finding it more difficult than expected. […]
Apple just released an update to the Apple TV software. Increasing the software version to 4.3, the update brings two main features. As pictured in the update screen above, users of the second generation of Apple TVs can now purchase and play TV shows from iTunes. In addition, the entire database of videos on Vimeo […]
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