Barb Gonzalez

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Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 16, 2014  |  0 comments
Here are a few more tidbits about streaming media players and Smart TVs that were revealed at CES 2014.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 11, 2014  |  0 comments
To counter protests that there isn’t enough content to justify buying a 4K TV, a number of manufacturers of 4K UHD TVs announced built-in online movie streaming capabilities with content to become available immediately.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 10, 2014  |  0 comments
With Sony’s One Flick Entertainment menu, finding something you want to watch is as easy as flicking back and forth (or up and down) through the list of services
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 10, 2014  |  0 comments
Sharp moves into high end audio with its wireless audio and video Universal Player.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 10, 2014  |  0 comments
Panasonic offers users individual recommendations, can turn on TV when you walk by and show you messages from other family members.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 10, 2014  |  0 comments
Hisense demonstrates VIDAA TV that can jump from one app to another, pausing a video so you can return to where you left it.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 10, 2014  |  0 comments
Samsung's Multi-Link automatically knows to search for videos and information related to what you are watching.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 08, 2014  |  0 comments
The M-Go online movie streaming service moves closer to fulfilling its potential with new sub-genres, powerful search and playlists.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 08, 2014  |  0 comments
Samsung showed a 4K UHD TV with the M-Go Premium App. This app will stream 4K movie titles to the TV. It also will stream titles that have been “optimized for 4K.” These are movies that were not shot in 4k, but because M-Go is owned by Technicolor, the titles have been optimized in the lab and made available for streaming. While M-Go limited their announcement to Samsung TVs, it was clear (yet unspoken) that the Premium service will extend to other manufacturers’ UHD TVs.
Barb Gonzalez  |  Jan 08, 2014  |  0 comments
Roku has joined forces with Chinese TV manufacturer, Hisense to offer a Roku TV. When the TV is first turned on, it will display a Roku home page similar to the menu on a Roku Box streaming device

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