Amazon adds single sign-on for Fire TV

Signing on to all of your favorite networks’ apps on Amazon TV just got a little easier. The company, which had teased single sign-on for Fire TV in September, is now bringing the service to net

Cablevision Becomes First Pay TV Provider To Distribute CBS And Showtime Over-The-Top To Broadband Customers

Following a similar move which saw it becoming the first internet service provider to distribute HBO NOW to its broadband customers, New York-area cable TV company Cablevision announced this morning

Cablevision Becomes First Pay TV Provider To Resell Hulu’s Service

Cablevision today announced it would begin offering the Hulu Plus subscription service to its broadband customers, making it the first time Hulu has ever established a deal with a traditional pay TV p

Cablevision Debuts “Cord Cutter” Packages Combining Broadband, Free Antennas, And Optional HBO NOW

Cablevision made headlines as the first pay-TV provider to offer HBO’s new standalone service HBO NOW to its broadband customers, and today the cable company is again targeting cord cutters wit

Diary Of A Cord Cutter In 2015 (Part 6: HBO Goes Over-The-Top)

HBO’s “Game of Thrones” is the world’s most pirated show, according to new data from anti-piracy solutions provider Irdeto out today. So it’s not surprising that the netw

Cablevision Becomes First Pay-TV Provider To Offer HBO NOW To Broadband Customers

Following Apple’s announcement last week that it would be the first device maker to offer HBO’s new standalone streaming service, HBO NOW, to U.S. consumers, HBO today revealed that New Y

Aereo Says A Win For Broadcasters Would Have “Chilling” Consequences To Cloud Computing

Aereo has today filed its response brief with the Supreme Court in a case that will make or break the streaming TV startup. So far, we're in the preliminary stages of this particular case, with the br

As ISPs Like Cablevision Cozy Up To Its Open Source CDN, Netflix Makes 3D And “Super HD” Video Available

To entice more ISPs to adopt its Open Connect initiative, Netflix is adding more features -- namely the ability to offload ever-larger video files. That includes Netflix "Super HD" content, which will

FCC Analysis Reveals ISP Speed Winners And Losers

So let’s say you walk into a Best Buy looking for a new tablet. You walk up to the guy in the blue polo and tell him what you’re looking for. After taking you to the tablet section, he whips out a

What?! New York Rangers hockey game to be first 3D sports broadcast in the United States (and it happens tonight)

<img src="" />Who would have thought that the very first sport to be broadcast in <a HREF="">3D</a> in

Cablevision subscribers: You do know that broadcast TV, like WABC, is totally free, right? You just need an indoor antenna.

<img src="" />Thanks to some last-minute heroics, Cablevision customers here in the Northeast were able to watch <a HREF="http://www.c

BitTorrent nearly maxes out Optimum Online Ultra: Hooray for 10+ MB/s download speeds

<img src="" />Day Two of Optimum Online Ultra here at Deleon HQ, so I thought I'd share some info regarding how it works in the real worl

Really fast Internet: First impressions of Optimum Online Ultra

<img src="" />I now have Cablevision's Optimum Online Ultra (OOLU), the fastest Internet service in the United States of America. Cablevis

On ordering Cablevision's Optimum Online Ultra (the really fast Internet service)

<img src="" />Well I just ordered Optimum Online Ultra, the fastest Internet service in the whole of the United States of America. The hel

Verizon calls out Cablevision over ‘fastest broadband in America’ claim

<img src="" />Game on! Cablevision, a cable company that serves the suburbs of New York City, and whose ISP, OptimumOnline, I use, recentl

Cablevision to offer fastest broadband speed in America: 101 megabits per second down, 15 megabits per second up

<img src="" />Never have I been happier to be a Cablevision subscriber. The New York area company will offer the fastest broadband in the

Cablevision can go ahead with its network DVR

Cablevision, a regional cable provider found primarily in New York, can go ahead with its network DVR, a U.S. court has ruled. Several entertainment studios had said that the DVR, which remotely store

Cablevision to roll out Wi-Fi broadband in NY area

Cablevision, a regional ISP here in the north-east, will roll outwireless broadband coverage over the next two years. Unlike Comcast and Time Warner’s similar Clearwire venture, which uses WiMax

Video: Cablevision stereotypes Hispanics in order to sell them Triple Play package

This commercial for Cablevision’s “Triple Play” (cable TV, broadband and VoIP) offends me. It offends me not because it belittles my proud (?) heritage, but because it doesn’t

Project Canoe: Cable Companies Paddle to Catch Up To Google in Targeted TV Ads

Whenever cable companies feel threatened, they form a joint venture. The latest is called Project Canoe, an effort by all six major cable companies in the U.S. to deliver targeted TV ads to viewers th
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