Motorola India Android TV
It’s becoming a trend for smartphone brands to release TVs, as OnePlus, Xiaomi and now Motorola are doing it. OnePlus is due to unveil its own Smart TV this month, so Motorola effectively beat it to the punch. With all the hoopla around Apple TV+ (the service), I think it’s important to remember that Google’s
Shelly Palmer
Will Apple compete with streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon by implementing its own streaming TV service? Shelly Palmer addresses these rumors with Sukanya Krishnan and Jennifer Lahmers on Fox 5’s, Good Day Wake Up. Shelly also talks about the latest Apple products scheduled to be released, and the launch of their new iPad Mini and iPad Air. Original Airdate: March 19, 2019
Samsung Q8FN
Courtesy of Black Friday/Cyber Monday pricing, I am the proud owner of a brand new, top-of-the-line 82” Samsung 4K TV set. It is huge, awesome, and amazing. The picture quality is breathtaking. You just run out of superlatives when trying to describe the viewing experience. There’s only one problem. The best 4K content is only available over-the-top (OTT). Regular TV viewers (cable TV customers and antenna users) are simply out of luck.
Shelly Palmer
Shelly Palmer reviews popular streaming services and the effect they may have on your wallet with Sukanya Krishnan and Jennifer Lahmers on Fox 5. Original Airdate: June 5, 2018
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Apple CEO Tim Cook and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg have been all over the news this week. Before your eyes glaze over and you decide you are already a world-class expert in this subject, or worse, you think data is someone else’s issue, or much worse, you don’t think there’s anything you can do about your data, let’s review:
FANG vs. FANC
FANG (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google/YouTube) is about to take a huge bite out of traditional network TV (ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox), and the media business will never be the same.

The Cloud Network Era

OTT Networks
For the first ten years of the consumer web — circa 1994 to 2004 — internet video quality was laughable. Those of us who predicted that the Net would disrupt television were laughed at. How could a video the size of a postage stamp compete with ESPN? We queued up tiny videos to buffer on