Verizon updated its FiOS Mobile application for iPad, which now streams 75 channels of live TV. Unlike some of the mobile experiences Verizon has released in the past, the new application doesn’t require you to install software on your Mac or PC to act as the intermediary – instead, everything streams directly from the Verizon router in your home. → Read More
Google and Verizon are best buds. Verizon Wireless is the largest Android carrier, and the two companies even joined forces to come up with joint government policy proposals in the Net Neutrality Wars. Today, Verizon is giving Google a boost by signing up its 3.3 million Verizon FIOS TV subscribers for Google TV Ads. The Google ads will appear on live TV across 50 channels, including AMC, ESPN… → Read More
Time Warner is turning on more channels for its TV Everywhere strategy. Once again, Verizon FIOS customers will be the first to get the channels available on their laptops, and soon on their mobile phones. The two companies announced today that starting in June, FIOS TV subscribers will get unlimited online access to popular shows from Time Warner’s TNT and and TBS channels.
It won’t be the… → Read More
After 10 days of waiting for my Verizon FiOS install, I finally have Internet and cable in my new apartment. Goodbye, Time Warner. You put up a good fight by offering free Showtime for a year and knocking a few bucks off the bill, but I don’t care about CallerID on my TV or NY1. RAWR, Verizon FiOS, RAWR. It’s certainly not as fast at Nicholas’s OOLU, but it’s good enough for me. Hit the jump for… → Read More