smart tv

  1. froggyboy604

    Would the YouTube App still be as popular on game consoles and Smart TVs in the future?

    I think there is a possibility that the YouTube App will still remain very popular, or more popular on smart tvs and game consoles if YouTube continues to be as active in many years. But,I think if Netflix, Hulu, Disney, HBO Go, and other paid video streaming sites release a free or cheaper $5...
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    Exploit attacks your smart TV through over-the-air signals

    Worries that someone could hijack your TV with a broadcast have been present for decades (ever see The Outer Limits?), and it's clear that they're not going away any time soon. Oneconsult security researcher Rafael Scheel has outlined an attack that can control smart TVs by embedding code into...
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    The CIA is hacking Samsung Smart TVs, according to WikiLeaks docs

    Samsung smart TVs, which drew criticism on release for their always-on voice command system. According to WikiLeaks, the exploit makes the television “operate as a bug, recording conversations in the room and sending them over the Internet to a covert CIA server.” The documents themselves paint...
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    More likely to buy a smaller TV brand like TCL which comes with Roku built-into the TV?

    Yes, I maybe more likely to buy a TV from a brand like TCL, Insignia, and Hisense if it had a Roku Settop box built-in. A Roku is useful for watching online video. Most likely, the TV are good enough for watching online video with the Roku, and video from a DVD/Blu-Ray player.
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    Microsoft is dropping its Skype app for TV

    Microsoft has confirmed plans to kill its Skype application for TV later this year. While the company defends the app’s “great calling experience,” it explains it is dropping it to focus its efforts in other areas. Skype has been available on a wide range of TVs from Samsung, Sony, Sharp, LG...
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    Samsung Announces Upgraded Game Service For Smart TVs

    Samsung has announced today that it’s going to bring an extensive lineup of over 400 streaming games and 100 downloadable games to its 2016 smart TVs. It promises that consumers will be able to experience the “most realistic gaming environments” available on TV, not least due to the great...
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    SlimPort NANO.CONSOLE: Makes Your Android SmartPhone a Smart TV

    Turn Your Android Smartphone into a Smart TV This does look like a nice adapter for displaying a smartphones' scree on a TV