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Netflix confirms it plans to offer three tier pricing structure

Netflix confirms it plans to offer three tier pricing structure

By 23 January 2014

Netflix has confirmed, through an internal message, that it plans to offer a three tier payment structure in the future. At the moment the online TV and movie streaming service offers two plans in the UK. The first, at £5.99, allows for full HD streaming... >>

TiVo strongly denies rumours suggesting it's leaving the hardware business

TiVo strongly denies rumours suggesting it's leaving the hardware business

By 23 January 2014

TiVo, the maker of DVR boxes whose subscriber count has been dropping, has recently laid off the majority of its hardware team to focus on cloud and software products, according to Wired. The company is said to be keeping two engineers to focus on support... >>

Stream Ultra-D 4K glasses-free TVs coming 2014, smartphones and tablets to follow

Stream Ultra-D 4K glasses-free TVs coming 2014, smartphones and tablets to follow

By 22 January 2014

Stream TV Networks has created a class of glasses-free 3D screen that can manage 4K resolution. It first showed off the screen in the madness of CES. We met up for a more detailed chat to find out where the screen technology is going next. It looks like... >>

Amazon reportedly looking at Web TV service that would offer live content

Amazon reportedly looking at Web TV service that would offer live content

By 21 January 2014

Amazon is considering plans to offer an online TV service that would rival cable and satellite companies, according to The Wall Street Journal. Amazon is said to be approaching entertainment companies and media conglomerates about licensing their content... >>

Intel sells off failed OnCue pay-TV service to Verizon

Intel sells off failed OnCue pay-TV service to Verizon

By 21 January 2014

Intel has announced that it's selling off Intel Media - the company behind its failed OnCue pay-TV service - to Verizon. The cost of the deal wasn't disclosed, but Bloomberg reported in November 2013 that Intel wanted $500 million for the service. ... >>

Nintendo assures Europe the Wii U TVii feature is coming

Nintendo assures Europe the Wii U TVii feature is coming

By 14 January 2014

It's been a year since the Nintendo Wii U launched. That's one year without the Wii U TVii service that Nintendo promised Europe it would have. Now Ninty has apologised, assuring European residents the electronic programme guide and control system TVii... >>

Pocket-lint Podcast #143 - PlayStation Now, curved TVs and Michael Bay

Pocket-lint Podcast #143 - PlayStation Now, curved TVs and Michael Bay

By 13 January 2014

The podcast returns for its first outing in 2014 and the Linters have plenty to talk about. With numerous trends and topics coming from the CES trade show in Las Vegas, attention is focused on a few of them that raise differing opinions. PlayStation Now... >>

LG at CES 2014: webOS TV, 105-inch curved 21:9 TV, Lifeband Touch and more

LG at CES 2014: webOS TV, 105-inch curved 21:9 TV, Lifeband Touch and more

By 10 January 2014

It's over bar the shouting, the CES trade show is about to close its doors for the final time this year and it's been a great event for establishing new tech trends. One of the major manufacturers at the heart of the new wave of home entertainment kit... >>

Airtame lets you stream from computer to any screen with HDMI, wirelessly

Airtame lets you stream from computer to any screen with HDMI, wirelessly

By 10 January 2014

Cable connections are so last millennium. Yet even smart TVs screen mirroring from you computer still isn't universal, until Airtame. This device, once it graduates from Indiegogo, will plug into any TV with HDMI and connect to the Wi-Fi network. Then... >>

Kogan unveils £550 4K UHD TV powered by Android at CES, on sale this month

Kogan unveils £550 4K UHD TV powered by Android at CES, on sale this month

By 10 January 2014

We reported on a £608 4K TV just yesterday and now an even cheaper 4K UHD TV has landed, the £550 Kogan 55-inch UHDTV. The Vizio P Series TV is actually $999 which converts to £608, but might not hit the UK. Kogan, on the other hand, does operate in... >>


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