Introducing Blizzard Streaming on Facebook!

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Stream your gameplay live to Facebook right from the Blizzard client!
Blizzard Streaming is now available in the Americas, Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, with global access coming soon. Watch for more details

How to connect your Android phone or tablet to your HDTV

No matter how big your Android smartphone or tablet display, there are times when you’ll want to view your photos and videos on something even bigger. Good news: There are several ways to share your media on your TV, even if it’s not the latest model. All you’ll need are some inexpensive apps or adapters and to get started.Wired options
Arguably the simplest, cheapest, and most hassle-free way to connect your Android device to your TV is a wired connection via its HDMI port. HDMI transmits uncompressed video and audio in a single cable, dramatically simplifying your setup. It will also deliver the most reliable connection, without the buffering and freezing potential of wireless streaming.To read this article in full, please click here…

Tablo Dual Lite DVR review: The all-around champ is cheaper than ever

If you’re trying to record and watch free broadcast TV channels on all your streaming devices, you have two paths to choose from: Power-users might want to cobble together their own solution using disparate tuners, recording devices, and media server software. But for almost everyone else, there’s Tablo.Tablo is a DVR box that streams over-the-air TV to other devices both inside and outside the house. You set it up wherever antenna reception is best–perhaps near a window or in the attic–then connect it to your Wi-Fi network to stream the video onto TVs, phones, tablets, and PCs.The latest Tablo Dual Lite DVR, from Ottawa-based Nuvyyo, is the best version yet. It’s similar to the Tablo Dual that launched last year, but with a few differences: The Lite version has no internal storage, it offers superior 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, and it’s much cheaper at $140, versus $220 for the Tablo Dual. (With portable hard drives costing less than $70 these days, the Dual Lite lets you have more storage than the 64GB Dual for less money.) Although Tablo’s video and audio quality remains inferior to some roll-your-own solutions, its low price and ease of use makes it the best over-the-air DVR for most people.To read this article in full, please click here …

Apple’s original TV elephant in the room

Every few weeks or so, another report emerges about Apple’s plans to make original TV shows. The narrative goes that Apple is spending surprising amounts money to attract Hollywood talent, allowing it to compete with the likes of Netflix and HBO in the production of prestige television programming.The latest of these stories comes from the New York Times, which claims that Apple could “blow well past” its previously reported TV budget of about $1 billion, and is becoming “a top draw for show creators and stars.” To cement its status in Hollywood, Apple is even building a 128,000-square-foot TV headquarters in Culver City, California.To read this article in full, please click here…

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