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Deals & Steals

Last chance for our 50″ LG TV & Sound Bar Giveaway

We’re giving away a FREE 50″ LG TV and throwing in a sound bar speaker to boot! There’s no purchase necessary and you can enhance your chances of winning by

Deals & Steals

50″ LG TV & Sound Bar Giveaway

We’re giving away a FREE 50″ LG TV and throwing in a sound bar speaker to boot! There’s no purchase necessary and you can enhance your chances of winning by

News and Rumors

LG to release new Smart TVs with NFC and Miracast

LG has unveiled some new information about their new Smart TVs ahead of CES next week, and some of the things we’re seeing are pretty cool. While these new TVs

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Viggle for Android out of Beta, earns you rewards for being a couch potato

Viggle is an app that lets you check in from your couch to what TV show you’re watching. It’s been a great success on iOS, and is now out of

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Google TV site gets revamped, Google I/O will probably see some GTV love

During last week’s podcast, we talked about what we were expecting to see at Google I/O this year. One of the predictions from yours truly was that we would see

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TV on the Android: CNN and HBO Apps for Android

Apparently it’s cable TV week for Android users, with CNN launching a smartphone app for Android to go along with their tablet-optimized app, and HBO announcing a streaming video app

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TVGuide.com Releases Android App

TVGuide.com has released their official TV listing and news application into the Android Market. If you are running Android 1.5 or higher then you will want to download this one

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PrimeTime2Go: Mobile DVR for Moto

QuickPlay Media has released PrimeTime2Go, a subscription-based Android app that not only allows you to watch TV shows over wifi, but also to use the phone as a DVR. (Edit:

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Samsung Considering Google TV with Android

Samsung is said to be considering the business feasibility behind creating televisions with Android.  The Korean manufacturer already moves more units than anyone in the world so this may or