A journalism grad-turned-veteran of the biz, Ted covers the tech world, and has written for a number of publications in Canada and the U.S. Ted loves hockey and history books, but also gets a kick out of saving people money through smarter tech buying decisions. Well-traveled, spoken, and a nice in a Canadian way, Ted lives and breathes Toronto, but doesn't always write from there.
Is your fancy new 4K Ultra HD TV all dressed up with nowhere to go? Well now the Redray 4K media player is available to serve up your lonely 4K TV with some sweet 4K content, assuming you can track some down.
Intel is looking to enter the streaming media market in a big way by launching its own set top box and streaming service later this year to compete with existing streaming services, all of whom are battling each other for content and…
DreamWorks has struck a multi-year deal with Netflix to supply a number of shows and movies to the streaming service, plus a commitment to produce 300 hours of original content with the first shows to go live next year.
Noted gaming headphones manufacturer, Turtle Beach, has been active at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, announcing a slew of new models and venturing into somewhat new territory to boot.
Pandora launched a new platform it calls tv.pandora.com to open up streaming on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game consoles, but with an eventual focus on making the popular music streaming service available on TVs and set top boxes.
Arrested Development fans can be rabidly loyal, so much so that one industrious fan named mophinapg on Reddit took to re-editing all of Season 4 to change the chronological order and offer it to everyone on a silver platter.
Windows PCs running Intel’s latest processors with WiDi (Wireless Display) built-in will be able to stream content directly to Samsung TVs, which will support the technology, the two companies announced.
In a statement issued on Amazon’s website today, founder and CEO Jeff Bezos outlined an agreement between his company and Viacom that would see 3,900 TV episodes from Nick Jr., Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central come to Prime Instant…