Look — there’s a star! You know: the guy from that show! It was Friday, the night before the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, and a TV actor had made an untimely entrance at a kickoff party hosted by Google and Atlantic Media. Not only was Timothy Simons (you know, Jonah from HBO’s “Veep”) the […]
There are only a handful of OEMs that have developed set-top boxes that run Android TV. The first one was Google’s own Nexus Player. Razer is one OEM that came out with an Android TV set-top box, the Forge TV is already available for pre-order through Amazon. Show More Summary
While most of the recent TV news has, rightfully so, surrounded over-the-top and unbundling changes, equally as compelling are the advances in the programmatic buying and selling of TV advertising and cross-platform targeting. Google...Show More Summary
Google Inc has decided that it is no longer worth supporting YouTube on older devices, so the company has announced that it will be pulling the plug on several outdated systems, including older Apple TVs, iOS devices, and smart TVs. … Continue reading ?
Oscar-class SSGN, Undated (U.S. Department of Defense) A few weeks ago a colleague passed me a Google translation of a TV Zvezda report on the Russian Navy’s plans for fielding advanced cruise missiles. Written in reaction to ADM William...Show More Summary
'Try the built-in browser – that might work' Some older models of smart TVs and Blu-Ray players are headed for early dotage, thanks to a decision by Google to shut down the older version of its YouTube API.…
Google Preferred is set to begin its second year, and in order to drum up support for its premium advertising program, YouTube has shared some insightful statistics. The video site teamed up with digital marketing agency Compete to gather...Show More Summary
Google announced yesterday that it will be ending support for its YouTube Data API v2 used by older devices. For Apple users, this means the YouTube app will no longer work on iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches running iOS 6 or earlier; users instead will have to rely on the mobile web version of YouTube at […]
Google has announced that the YouTube app will cease to function starting in May for iOS devices running an OS older than iOS 7 — this likely refers to the older Apple-developed YouTube app that was discontinued in iOS 6. The changeShow More Summary
Folks still rocking some of the original Google TV devices -- such as the Logitech Revue and Sony's Google TV box -- will find themselves out of a YouTube app the next time they go to use their devices.
Youtube app support is coming to an end this month for Google TVs running version 1 or 2, and older Smart TVs manufactured before 2013.
Google announced the Nexus Player, which runs Android TV, a big-screen friendly version of Android, last October — but it was a US-only release at the time. From next week, you’ll be able to officially buy it in Australia. More » ...
If fans of the Fox TV show Empire Google the words “Empire cancelled,” they’ll be met with a bunch of results from Tumblr pages and other websites claiming the show had been cancelled even after being renewed for a second season. AsShow More Summary
Sony has announced that its new lineup of 4K Ultra HD televisions, all of which will use Google's Android TV, will begin shipments in May, with pre-orders starting now. The new models all have Sony's X1 processor engine inside, which should make the Android TV user interface look even cooler.
The YouTube app will no longer function on many older iOS devices and Apple TVs after today, a consequence of the YouTube Data API being updated to support newer features, according to an official Google document.
In a recent update to a support document, Google announced that the YouTube app on devices running older versions of Google TV will no longer be supported "after April." Specifically, the YouTube app will stop working on devices running versions 1 or 2 of Google TV, as well as older smart TVs and Blu-Ray players. Show More Summary
In a recent update to a support document, Google announced that the YouTube app on older Apple TVs and iOS devices will no longer be supported "after April." Specifically, the YouTube app will stop working on first and second generation Apple TV devices, as well as iOS devices running version 6 or older. Show More Summary
And here's another one from the Sony archives, this time noticed by Parker Higgins. It involves an email thread between Sony TV's Chief Marketing Officer Sheraton Kalouria and the company's top intellectual property lawyer Leah Weil (with top TV exec Steve Mosko included in the cc: field). Show More Summary
From Netflix to HBO Now, Google Play to PlayStation, trying to work out where you can see your favorite movies and TV shows on the web isn’t always easy. JustWatch is a slick and simple interface for searching through everything available on these services, and finding out where it’s playing. Read more...
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