Time Warner Cable is going to stream live television to Roku boxes through a new app that is going to be released some time this quarter. This makes Time Warner Cable the first operator to strike such a deal with Roku.
Everyone can brag about big screens at CES, but 3M went one step further: It showed off a 84″ multitouch display. Much smaller, but just as neat is Spehro, the Bluetooth-connected ball that can be used in more ways than you may think.
Dish entered the second-screen game this week at CES, offering its subscribers an iOS app that combines the traditional programming grid with social discovery and remote control capabilities. It’s what a lot of startups try to do – but maybe an operator can just do it better?
Finding hidden product gems at the International Consumer Electronics Show is tricky but three crossed my radar at the first CES mini-event. One is for health tracking, one makes media sharing easier from a phone and one provides 2 weeks of battery life for devices.
After eight consecutive years of covering the International Consumer Electronics Show, it’s interesting to see how technology has evolved; this year I’m taking less gear than ever before and yet, I’ll likely be more productive. Here’s a glimpse of my CES gear bag over time.
Too many connected devices downloading, streaming or uploading in the home can choke a home network, and there’s not much average consumers can do about it. But Qualcomm hopes that its new StreamBooost technology will help make the router –and home networks — smarter and better.
A bunch of new TV and media playern devices shown at next week’s CES will allow users to beam their videos from their mobile phone to the living room screen, AirPlay-style. It’s all part of Google’s efforts to establish an open alternative to AirPlay.
The internet of things is set to be a hot topic this year at CES, but before going gaga over the latest connected device, there are some hard questions industry watchers should ask — or at least think about– when evaluating the latest announcements and gadgets.