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Kindle Fire: Top 10 Free Apps for Amazon’s Tablet
November 15 2011 11:03 PM EST
We picked the Top 10 Free Kindle Fire Apps to help you get started with your new Kindle Fire tablet from Amazon.
Netflix, Lionsgate UK Announce Licensing Agreement
November 14 2011 10:23 AM EST
Netflix and Lionsgate UK jointly announced a new multi-year licensing agreement Monday, making Netflix the exclusive subscription streaming service in both the United Kingdom and Ireland for first-run films produced by Lionsgate.
AnyClip and Warner Bros. sign partnership
November 10 2011 2:16 PM EST
Finding the scene where Bogart bids a poignant goodbye to Bergman in Casablanca just got easier.
Amazon Announces Thousands of Apps for Kindle Fire
November 09 2011 3:26 PM EST
Amazon responded to competitors' accusations that its Kindle Fire limits users' access to apps with an announcement that the device will offer thousands of apps when it ships to customers next week.
Barnes & Noble's New Tablet Keeps It in the Game
November 07 2011 11:12 PM EST
Barnes & Noble Inc introduced a new Nook to compete against Amazon.com Inc's Kindle Fire, entering the lower-end tablet war with a device that has more memory and speed but also costs $50 more.
Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet Bets Against The Cloud
November 07 2011 3:26 PM EST
The Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet is not a cloud-centric device like the Amazon Kindle Fire.
Barnes & Noble Launches New Nook Tablet
November 07 2011 1:26 PM EST
Barnes & Noble Inc introduced its first ever tablet to compete with Amazon.com Inc and Apple Inc for holiday sales.
Dish Network Pays Dividend, Shares Rise
November 07 2011 1:21 PM EST
Dish Network Corp lost more subscribers than expected because of promotions from rivals such as DirecTV, but the satellite television provider paid shareholders a rare dividend, which sent its stock up as much as 7 percent.
Barnes & Noble Positions Nook Tablet vs. Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Apple’s iPad
November 07 2011 11:42 AM EST
Bookstore giant Barnes & Noble took the wraps off a 14.-1-ounce Nook Tablet, a product intended to compete with rival Amazon’s Kindle Fire as well as Apple’s iPad2.
Dish Network Loses Subscribers, Pays Dividend
November 07 2011 10:06 AM EST
Dish Network Corp lost more subscribers than expected because of promotions from rivals such as DirecTV, but the satellite television provider paid its shareholders a surprise dividend on Monday.
Nook Tablet Price and Features Leaked
November 04 2011 4:12 PM EDT
Just days before Barnes and Nobles' unveiling event of the Nook tablet; a leaked report has revealed the tablets prime features and $249 price tag.
Comcast Misses Estimates, Time Warner Results Bolstered by Harry Potter
November 02 2011 1:22 PM EDT
Comcast Corp., the nation's biggest cable television company, reported Wednesday a 5 percent profit increase in the third quarter, but fell short of Wall Street's earnings estimate by 6 cents per diluted share, its first miss since July 2008.
Netflix, Amazon Sign Content Deals with Disney
November 01 2011 2:16 AM EDT
Netflix and Amazon.com Inc unveiled content deals with Walt Disney Co on Monday, a sign of increased competition between the two companies in the video streaming business.
Netflix, Amazon Ink Streaming Deals with Disney-ABC Television
October 31 2011 11:28 AM EDT
Netflix and Amazon signed their own deals with Disney-ABC Television to bring its shows to their online streaming services.
Google TV Finally Gets Upgrade
October 30 2011 9:11 AM EDT
Google TV has been out of the spotlight for quite some time, but there is finally word that the platform will be making a major upgrade to Android 3.1. Plus, Google is planning to shift focus to more content-discovery features in this upgrade.
Google Releases Update to Google TV: Is it Enough?
October 29 2011 7:30 AM EDT
Internet giant Google Inc. has released an update to its Google TV service that should address some key issues hampering its smart TV platform.
Google TV: One Step Closer to Unified Media [VIDEO]
October 28 2011 5:50 PM EDT
Google TV takes another step in unifying all types of media.
Redbox Raises Rates: Why Netflix Wins
October 28 2011 4:32 PM EDT
Redbox raised its DVD for a day rate from $1 to $1.20. The twenty cent price hike is minimal, but it's actually put Netflix and Blockbuster back on top.
Redbox Mirrors Netflix, Raises Rental Rates
October 28 2011 10:24 AM EDT
Video rental firm Redbox said it would raise its daily DVD rental rate by 20 cents to $1.20, citing higher operating costs, including an increase in debit card fees that went into effect Oct. 1. It also plans to have a streaming business plan in place by the end of the year.
Siri-Powered Apple Television Coming in 2013? Steve Jobs' Biography Cracks Secret
October 28 2011 7:12 AM EDT
Near the end of his bestseller authorized biography, late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs hinted that work on building a full-fledged television set with a new interface was in full swing toward the end of his days. For years, Jobs had also reportedly been pushing engineers at Apple to develop a new interface for living room TVs.