A Chromecast may be exactly what you need in your living room, but it's not a Google TV replacement While many of us have our Chromecast dongle, and are happily playing with them and sending content to our televisions, there are plenty of folks who have some very valid questions about what the device is, what it can do, and especially what makes it different than a Google TV box. We can...
As for a smart tv, even though I in theory would like fewer devices, you're likely to get FAR more benefit out of pretty much any of the separate boxes/USB-stick sized players nowadays as you are from built in software in your tv, due to the other ones upgrading mor...
They're both the same idea, but some they have some differences.
Netflix added 630,000 U.S. subscribers during the three months ending in June. That performance was slightly above the mid-range target set by Netflix Inc.'s management in April, but less than what many ...
Netflix in numbers. I am too cheap to get an account.
Answer (1 of 2): The broadcast television model has been in the process of collapse since the 1980s with the first deep penetration of cable tv. The cascade of alternatives to television and how we watch it have been multiplying like cancer cells on the broadcast model.
DVRs, Netflix, series ava...
People at quora respond on whether television will disrupt the internet or the internet will disrupt television. The 2 answers agree on the latter.
Answer (1 of 2): As we know it? Very bleak. The current business model of 1 to many broadcasts where the companies that own the pipes depend on the revenue from running the programming and the set-top boxes is already having trouble keeping up. As adoption of computer-based viewing over pc-qualit...
Answer (1 of 11): I have given up TV completely about 10 years ago. Which is probably around the time I had a stable, working internet connection at home. Never looked back. I do watch TV series, but not on a television set.
Quora users explain on how the internet changed their relationship with their TV.
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