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No single company can stake claim to the living room. Read how IT & entertainment giants are looking to master the entertainment solution
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Research Confirms Netflix is for Movies, Hulu is for TV

Research confirms what most people know: people like Netflix for movies, Hulu for TV shows.
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Hulu, Billed as Tomorrow’s TV, Looks Boxed In Today

Hulu, Billed as Tomorrow’s TV, Looks Boxed In Today | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Questions about how to make money pose a challenge to the innovative Web site’s future and eventual buyer.
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» What Facebook, Google video chat means for TV

» What Facebook, Google video chat means for TV | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
What Facebook, Google video chat means for TV...
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Don't Be So Sure Apple Won't Start Selling TVs

Don't Be So Sure Apple Won't Start Selling TVs | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Remember when everyone thought Apple wouldn't enter the phone business? Don't make the same mistake with the TV business.
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Google Repositions YouTube To Look More Like TV | American Songwriter

Google Repositions YouTube To Look More Like TV...
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Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) – Q1 2011 Earnings Preview | NewsyStocks.com

With more than 20 million members in the United States and Canada, Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) is the world's leading Internet subscription service for downloading/streaming movies and TV shows.
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Four Reasons Why The Web TV Race Will Be Decided By The Smartphone

There is no question that the Web-to-TV space picked up momentum in 2010 thanks to the Google TV launch and the Apple TV makeover.
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Apple said to be working on TV

Building a Smart-TV prototype A number of sources tell us that Apple is looking to move beyond Apple TV, and they are apparently working on what is be...
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3DTV roundup: LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Samsung & Sony square off -- Engadget

3DTV roundup: LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Samsung & Sony square off -- Engadget | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
After a year of hearing about 3DTVs nonstop we finally got some of the main contenders in house to examine, although we'll start by pointing
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Lovefilm: Games consoles are the future of TV | FT Tech Hub | FTtechhub - Industry analysis – FT.com

Lovefilm: Games consoles are the future of TV | FT Tech Hub | FTtechhub - Industry analysis – FT.com | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
The FTtechhub from the Financial Times writes about the web, Silicon Valley, innovation and social media.

Forget Apple TV, Google TV and YouView. Games consoles are going to be the main way that people view online video on their TV sets in the next couple of years, according to Simon Calver, chief executive of Lovefilm, which both posts DVDs and streams films over the internet to subscribers.

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Connected TV set for huge growth | News | Rapid TV News

Maintaining the recent consensus surrounding the phenomenon, a new report from Companiesandmarkets has predicted huge growth for connected TV over the next five years.
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Apple Taking Hold Of A Future Without DVDs Or Blu-ray - Technology News - redOrbit

Apple Taking Hold Of A Future Without DVDs Or Blu-ray - Technology News - redOrbit | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Have you ever purchased a new electronic device only to find out on the drive home that it has already become obsolete?
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How Hulu Bid Could Lead Apple, Google, or Yahoo to Dominance

How Hulu Bid Could Lead Apple, Google, or Yahoo to Dominance | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Each tech giant has their case for obtaining Hulu in leading its company toward dominance on the web. Apple seeks interest in possibly jumpstarting their Apple TV services.
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Will streaming TV online lead to the death of the big media players? | Media | The Guardian

As more and more television moves online thanks to streaming services such as Netflix, Jemima Kiss examines the options available to traditional media – which some say faces a bleak future...
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Apple TV Service Could Rival Google TV in Cloud - Cloud Computing - News & Reviews - eWeek.com

The full Apple TV rumor has been rejuvenated by Jefferies and Co. analyst Peter Misek, who expects the service could spur Apple's sales between $150 billion to $171 billion next year.
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Apple plans TV and video in the cloud and living room

Apple plans TV and video in the cloud and living room | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Apple is believed to be planning to launch a new web-based video service that will take on Netflix and jump ahead of YouTube plans to launch streaming video and TV channels.
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Rumor: Apple Smart TV prototype in the works

Rumor: Apple Smart TV prototype in the works | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
New rumors say Apple wants to cement itself in your living room with its own TV set.
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Google TV Is The Next Step Between the Marriage of Television and the Internet | All about portable devices, internet and IT, news and reviews - Apple, iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry

Google TV Is The Next Step Between the Marriage of Television and the Internet | All about portable devices, internet and IT, news and reviews - Apple, iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
It sounds like TV available all over the place is becoming a reality much quicker than everyone assumed possible.
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Google's YouTube: Gearing up to compete with TV - Economic Times

Google's YouTube: Gearing up to compete with TV - Economic Times | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Soon www could stand for world wide watching. Unknown to most, YouTube—the six-year-old video-sharing website—has become the second-largest search engine in the world after Google.
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The Future of the Digital Living Room | Tim Bajarin | PCMag.com

The Future of the Digital Living Room | Tim Bajarin | PCMag.com | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Intel, Sony, Google, and Logitech are about to embark on a space where many technology companies have already failed miserably—your TV set.
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Microsoft working on internet TV service - Rumour :: StrategyEye - Industry Intelligence

Microsoft working on internet TV service - Rumour :: StrategyEye - Industry Intelligence | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Speculation is mounting that Microsoft is working on an answer to Google TV and Apple TV after the firm put one of its hardware veterans in charge of its interactive TV business.
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Apple Doesn’t Understand the Living Room - SlashGear

Apple Doesn’t Understand the Living Room - SlashGear | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
For Apple, the mobile market is a cash cow. The company’s iPhone and iPad are proving to be the top mobile companions for people around the globe.
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Is Cable Still Worth it?

Is Cable Still Worth it? | Who owns the home? | Scoop.it
Emily Smith, 28, a writer in Gainesville, Florida, canceled her cable subscription in favor of Internet-only streaming two years ago. “I was hooked on a ton of TV, so it was a big change,” she says. An even bigger one was the $70 fall in monthly bills.
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