, the DVR for cord cutters, releases its Android app released its Android app this past weekend, giving owners of its DVR  a way to stream live and recorded TV to Android phones and tablets. is targeting cord cutters with a DVR that records free over-the-air digital TV and then streams it to mobile and connected devices. The company just started to sell its second-generation hardware, and is set to show off a cloud DVR offering at CES in Las Vegas next month. We first showed off’s Android app in a video a few weeks ago. is bringing its DVR for cord cutters to Ouya will launch an app for its over-the-air DVR on Ouya devices next year. The app will bring live and recorded TV to the Android-based game console, provided that users also own’s networked DVR. The company announced Thursday that it will preview an app for at CES in January, where it will also show off a first implementation of a cloud DVR. CEO Mark Ely first told me in July that the company was thinking about adding a cloud-based DVR as a supplemental feature to its device.

Pay TV operators lose 113,000 customers as cord cutting continues,0,878536.story#axzz2kSYnOjff

The major pay TV operators have lost a total of 113,000 customers during their last quarter, according to new numbers from independent research firm MoffettNathanson, by the way of the Los Angeles Times. Time Warner Cable took the biggest hit, losing more than 300,000 subscribers thanks to its retransmission fight with CBS. Most of those were absorbed by DISH, DirecTV and At&T, but some decided to cut the cord entirely. It’s worth noting that Craig Moffet long questioned whether cord cutting even existed. This week, his research note said that “the pay-TV industry has reported its worst 12-month stretch ever.”