Television 2.0

November 7, 2017

4k Streaming Devices Get Smaller and Cheaper

by Lon Seidman | November 7, 2017 8:05am

Amazon.com With most affordable televisions now supporting 4k resolutions (which runs at four times the resolution of a standard HD television), streaming media services like Netflix and Amazon have expanded their 4k content offerings. Hardware manufacturers have in turn stepped up the resolution of their devices while shrinking them down to small “danglers” or sticks that can be tucked behind a television.

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October 29, 2014

Some Customers Say Transition From AT&T To Frontier Has Been Bumpy

by Cara Rosner | October 29, 2014 1:26pm

Courtesy of the Frontier Communications Facebook page (Updated 7 p.m.) Customers who previously had AT&T Inc. landline, Internet, and video services were switched over to Stamford-based Frontier Communications over this past weekend and, for many, it’s been a bumpy transition. However, on Wednesday evening the company issued a statement apologizing to customers whose service had been interrupted, and also pledging to issue a billing credits to its customers by the end of the year.

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September 28, 2011

Colin McEnroe Show | Staying Entertained On A Budget; How To Cut Your Cable-Internet Costs

by WNPR | September 28, 2011 4:17pm

The in-house name for this episode of the Colin McEnroe Show is “Entertainment Freeganism,” but that’s kind of a misnomer. On the one hand, it’s true that you can entertain yourself with a lot of free television and movies on your computer, if you’re willing to watch it all there — and the amount of free music available on the internet is staggering.

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