Samsung has announced a sleep tracker called SleepSense that can also plug into other connected devices you might have around your smart home — such as a smart TV or web-enabled air-con — to switch things off or on, or dial things up or down, based on whether you’re falling asleep or about to wake up. Read More
Samsung has launched a new “Internet of Things” healthcare device designed to improve your sleep. At the IFA consumer technology event in Berlin, Samsung unveiled the cylindrical device that connects with your TV, air conditioning, music system, and other home appliances, all managed through a mobile app. “It’s connected to your life,” the company says. […]
Cloud computing and mobile chip giants aim to master the Internet of things by crunching data from fitness gear, smart TVs, cars and more. The term "Internet of things" is a bit like "Web 2.0" was a decade ago—a buzzword for some big change in the Internet that no one can clearly describe. Show More Summary
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Who says you can't teach an old smart platform new tricks?
Summary: Connected TV is when your actual TV or TV-watching experience includes a TV that is either hooked up to the internet (Smart TV) or has a over-the-top (OTT) element, like Android TV, RoKu, Apple TV, and the like. According to...Show More Summary
Jessica Mendoza showed she belongs in the network’s regular mix of baseball game analysts, with a smart, understated stint in place of Curt Schilling.
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Magine TV is a cloud-based TV platform that allows broadcasters to deliver live and time-shifted content to users, as well as catch-up and on demand programming, across all devices, including tablets, phones, Smart TVs and computers. The service does not require any set top boxes, cards, or start-up or installation fees. Unlike other services Magine […]
Smart enough to know gore is supposed to be both gross and goofy, ‘The Strain’ is the most purely enjoyable pulp entertainment on TV. Take note, ‘The Walking Dead.’
The launch of new Apple TV hardware may have been delayed from WWDC to Apple's Sept. 9 event to allow the company more time to polish its interface, one that will allegedly "blow away" current, "junky" smart TV interfaces.
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Angry conservatives still smarting from the national movement against the Confederate flag are mounting an online campaign to ban the LGBT pride flag after Wednesday’s murder of two Virginia TV journalists. They argue that because disgruntled employee turned murderer Vester Lee Flanagan was...
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It seemed as if Apple was taking over the household with its Macs, iPhones, iPads and the Apple TV, but now the Cupertino company wants to control your smart home.That may happen starting with the iPhone 6S in September with its still vague HomeKit intentions. It wasn’t a big focus at June’s WWDC, but the […]
Choosing a smart TV now means weighing up new-age features that can require a PhD in physics to understand.
We've heard a lot of gee-whiz talk in recent months about "smart homes" and "smart appliances" - promises from the tech industry that Internet-connected devices will make our lives infinitely better and more convenient.
Internet TV is the new kid on the block. Though it hasn’t seen a fast growth due to lack-luster Internet speeds in most parts of the country, Smart TVs have given it a push. Shemaroo Entertainment and video-on-demand service HOOQ have...Show More Summary