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Roku Has a Ton of New Features on The Way

Roku has been busy releasing new features for channel developers. These new features are likely in preparation for a new Roku OS to coincide with the release of new Roku models this fall. So what are these new features? New Menu System The Roku grid is not going away, but they are making some major […]

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HBO is Coming to PlayStation Vue

HBO and Cinemax today announced that they are coming to PlayStation™Vue a Internet-based live TV service from Sony. Additionally, HBO NOW will be coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3  systems for new and existing HBO NOW subscribers. Users who subscribe to HBO through PlayStation Vue will also be able to access HBO NOW […]

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Confirmed: New Fire TV Stick Coming This Fall

The current Fire TV Stick is the oldest streaming stick on the market today at the ripe old age of just under 2 years old. The Fire TV Stick has been updated with a new voice remote option since its release but the speed and performance of the stick have remained the same. Now with newer […]

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TCL Roku TVs Are Now Available in Mexico

TCL®, one of the world’s largest and America’s fastest-growing television brand, today announced the availability of their TCL Roku TVs in Mexico. TCL Roku TV™ is now available in three smart TV models, including the 48FS750MX ($8,999 pesos), the 40FS3750MX ($6,499 pesos) and the 32FS3750MX ($3,999 pesos). “Mexico is a very critical market for TCL and […]

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Sling TV Adds ESPN3 Content & SEC Network+ to Their Streaming Apps

Today Sling TV adds ESPN3, a multi-screen digital network with thousands of live sporting events to Sling TV’s Orange service today. This is the first time that ESPN3 is integrated directly within a pay-TV provider’s channel guide. Sling TV also launched SEC Network+, a digital channel for additional SEC Network live events, allowing customers to switch […]

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3 Tips to Help You Stay Under Your Data Cap

Data caps have often been called an attack on cord cutters; however, don’t let them scare you away from becoming a cord cutter. You can be a cord cutter even if your Internet service provider (ISP) has a data cap. When my family became cord cutters we had a data cap from our DSL provider […]

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