Internet TV

Suppose.tv launches a service that helps cord cutters find the best deal

With a growing number of streaming TV services entering the market, it's becoming difficult for consumers to make comparisons. People want to know which service is best for them in terms of channel se

Alibaba Pursues New Smart TV OS To Grow Its E-Commerce Play

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has joined the smart TV race, unveiling a smart TV OS and set-top box today. It hopes to create its own ecosystem of TV-related assets that will give it a foot in the

Netflix’s ‘House Of Cards’ Is Internet TV-Funded Original Programming But Don’t Kid Yourself It’s Ad-Free (Spoiler Alert)

When Netflix bid on and won the rights to House of Cards back in 2011 – buying the show before it was shot and committing to two full seasons – it made headlines. And with good reason: Funding suc

Smart TVs Fail To Score With Consumers In U.S. And Other Western Markets: GfK

Here's one reason why <a target="_blank" href="http://allthingsd.com/20120824/why-youre-not-getting-a-real-apple-tv-for-christmas/">Apple may not be producing a television</a> with its name blazoned o

Only Messi Can Save Us Now

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Diller Explains How Tiny TV Antennas Will Change Everything (Video)

Earlier today, Barry Diller introduced <a href="https://aereo.com/home">Aereo</a>, a company backed by IAC, at a press conference in New York City. Aereo streams broadcast TV to your browser and provi

Barry Diller Wants To “Transform Television” With Aereo, A DVR In The Cloud

Barry Diller always enjoys riling the media industry from which he sprang. A few minutes ago at a press conference at IAC headquarters in New York City, Diller introduced a new startup IAC is backing

TV In The Cloud

TV is moving to the cloud. It is inevitable, just as other kinds of media from books to music are increasingly delivered over the Internet. Netflix, Hulu, and even Apple TV are making inroads when i

Shufflr TV's Three-Screen Experience: The Grand Central Demo (TCTV)

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/12/shufflr.jpg"/> I am shown product demos in some of the strangest places. On Wednesday afternoon, I found myself in a Starbucks in New York C

After Ten Years, Round Two Of The Legal Battle Over Internet TV Is Here

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Time Warner working on mystery "Internet TV" project

This is a little out of left field, but it could also be interesting. Time Warner Cable is planning on releasing a set-top box to its customers with a built-in cable modem to allow them to watch &#822

Browser-based WiTV To Take On Joost, Others

WiTV, short for Wireless Internet TV, requires nothing but a web browser yet it’s designed to behave like internet television services Joost, BabelGum, and VeohTV. The service was announced a fe