- News tagged "streaming"
Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015
Apple's "One more thing..." at WWDC 2015 turned out to be Apple Music, the long-rumored music service that follows Apple's acquisition of Beats last year. The music streaming service won't just play music though, Apple will also offer radio stations hosted 24-hours a day by live radio DJs.
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
NVIDIA GRID will now support 1080p60 streaming for select titles in its game library. The new feature is available via a public beta of its Shield Hub app, which is slated for official release near the end of May.
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
Razer's announced a slew of new products at CES 2015. The Razer Forge TV, the Cortex: Stream, the Serval and the Turret. Fancy names, but what exactly do they do?
Friday, 14 Nov 2014
NVIDIA's Shield Tablet just got better, with Lollipop coming soon to it and with the Grid streaming service gearing up for duty in Asia, local gamers might finally get their hands on it. The details inside.
Friday, 4 Jul 2014
With Nielsen's recent report on music consumption in the US, it seems like music streaming will soon replace digital downloads, much like how the latter has taken over physical album sales. Read on to find out more.
Thursday, 12 Jun 2014
The portable D-Link Wi-Fi Audio Extender promises easy audio streaming from your smartphone or tablet to any sound system in your home and doubles up as a wireless signal extender.
Monday, 9 Jun 2014
The new WD TV - Personal Edition provides support for streaming DRM-protected content through Miracast, a feature not found in previous WD TV media players.
Monday, 26 Aug 2013
While the Google Chromecast officially supports media from the Google Play store, Netflix and YouTube, there are third-party apps that allow users to stream their personal media to a TV. However a recent Chromecast update has disabled this feature, casting doubt on whether the Chromecast will officially support this feature.
Friday, 28 Jun 2013
Google is rumored to be working on expanding Android's presence on more than just smartphones and tablets. Sources also say we can expect to see Google branded Android devices like gaming consoles, watches and media players -- one of which will retail by the end of the year.
Thursday, 2 May 2013
A survey done by American measurement company Nielsen has revealed that Youtube reaches more users in the 18 to 34 age group, than any other US cable network company. These viewers are what Youtube calls "Generation C", and the company reckons that advertisers need to be on Youtube in order to reach them.