When it comes to television providers, there are a lot of factors that determine who customers go with. One of the most important is selection – if you can't watch, say, 'Breaking Bad' and 'The Walking Dead,' you might be inclined to switch. At least, that's what AMC is hoping for.
You may see Nintendo's new system touted as revolutionary for its unique control schemes, but it’s the home theater connectivity that's particularly interesting. The Wii U is the first console that's able to play nice with a vast majority of your video content.
We’ve been hearing for a while that Apple is planning to get into the TV game in a significant way, and now we know just how they plan to do it. Rumor had it that Apple would be finding a way to work around traditional cable companies and start a service of their own like Microsoft is trying to do, but it seems they’ll be going a different route. As with their phone company, Apple will be all about hardware.
Smart TV features have, in the matter of a few years, gone from being a luxury to being an essential. Buying a new set just for Netflix is hard to justify, and picking up a set-top box that takes up valuable space in your existing setup isn't optimal either. That's why Infinitec has created the Pocket TV, a dongle that gives you the full Android experience in a package just a bit longer than a USB stick.
2012 is a big year for fans of the Olympics, especially if you're into sports that don't usually get a ton of coverage. NBC has announced that NBCOlympics.com will stream every event. Every single one of them, no matter how oddball. That gives you 3,500 hours, or around 150 days worth of Olympic events.