Comcast announced that starting today, customers can use their Android, iOS or PC devices to stream or download recordings from their X1 cloud DVR platform. Mobile devices, both Android and iOS, will have the ability to stream or download recordings while PCs will only be able to stream content. This move fulfills a commitment made by Comcast CEO Brian Roberts to give mobile devices access to live TV and recorded content. The bad news for Comcast customers interested in this new feature is that it appears to only be available to customers in the Bay Area and in the Houston area.
I am still have a hard time believing that Motorola will release a Moto S so close to their big event in Chicago, but rumors continue to swirl. This one comes from TKTechNews, which has an interesting history, so take all of this with a grain of salt.
According to him, the Moto S will be exactly what the next Nexus is rumored to be as...
The latest build (KTU84P) of Google’s recently updated operating system, 4.4.4 KitKat Release 2, is now officially available to download for the Nexus 7 LTE 2013. However, this update doesn’t use Android’s standard over-the-air (OTA) upgrade process. Instead, you’ll need to download the 4.4.4 factory images and install them on your device manually.
These factory images aren’t your standard JPG or PNG. They are, in fact, images, that first wipe then update your device by installing the newly released operating system. The images are also particularly useful for anyone who has...
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Comcast X1 cloud DVR gets ability to play on mobile devices
HTC REcamera goes...
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