A new breed of TV services could cater to cord cutters by combining over-the-air broadcast TV with live streaming and on-demand programming. The hardware for this kind of service is already being built.
Sports fans and news junkies may get a kick out of this one: 4SeTV lets you watch four live TV feeds at once.
Bad news for cable companies: Six percent of US households have cut the cord, and close to sixty million Americans now get their TV for free.
We have a few televisions, but there never seems to be a screen available. Or is there? Why not add a low-cost digital tuner or two to a home network
‘ I did and now I’m watching live HDTV on my iPad mini and Galaxy Note 2.
Over-the-air television is great — unless you run into reception issues that prevent you from enjoying those free HD channels. In this episode of Cord Cutters, we are taking a look at a device that allows you to take over the air everywhere.
Google TV development boxes sent out to a limited number of Android developers spot an interesting feature: an antenna input. This would enable Google TV users to access free OTA HD programming. Does that mean that Google TV’s next iteration will embrace cord cutting?
Our look at some of the big stories in mobile today: Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) reportedly to start over-the-air OS updates; HP (NYSE: HPQ) beefs up…
As part of its development of the National Broadband Plan, the FCC has started poking around TV broadcasters to find out how much spectrum they are using, and if any of it can be freed up for other commercial purposes.