How to watch the 2019 NFL Conference Championships and the Super Bowl without cable

The NFL conference championship games this Sunday will determine which AFC and NFC teams will meet in Super Bowl LIII on February 3. We’ll show you how you can watch the championships and the big game itself without an expensive cable or satellite TV subscription.Fox will carry the NFC Championship game—the Los Angeles Rams vs. the New Orleans Saints, in New Orleans—at 3:05 p.m. Eastern time. CBS will broadcast the AFC Championship—the New England Patriots vs. the Kansas City Chiefs, in Kansas City—at 6:40 p.m. Eastern.CBS will cover the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 3 in Atlanta, starting at 6:30 p.m. Eastern time. Here’s how you can catch all the action.To read this article in full, please click here https://www.techhive.com/article/3157374/software-sports/how-to-watch-all-of-the-nfl-playoff-action-and-the-super-bowl-without-cable.html#tk.rss_streamingmedia…

Apple’s original TV shows and series: Apple’s first feature film is Sofia Coppola’s On the Rocks, starring Bill Murray and Rashida Jones

Apple’s spending a ton of money to produce its own TV content. Here what you can expect to see, and when. https://www.macworld.com/article/3245534/streaming-services/list-of-apple-tv-shows-and-series-news-actors-release-dates.html#tk.rss_streamingmedia…

HDHomeRun teases simpler hardware and (maybe) a Roku app

SiliconDust’s HDHomeRun tuners have been great building blocks for over-the-air DVR, allowing users to watch and record free antenna channels at full broadcast quality. Setting things up, however, has always required extra hardware, such as a PC or a NAS box with ample storage space to handle the recordings. Now, HDHomeRun is consolidating with a couple of new products.The HDHomeRun Scribe Duo combines a dual TV tuner, a recording engine, and 1TB of storage into one box for $199. Plug it into your wireless router with an ethernet cable, and it’ll stream live or recorded TV to the HDHomeRun app on Windows, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, iOS, or Android devices.To read this article in full, please click here …

Disney+ streaming service: Everything we know so far

Later this year, Disney will launch its own standalone streaming service to take on Netflix—sort of.The service, called Disney+, will offer plenty of movies and TV shows from the House of Mouse’s back catalog, along with original programming around hit franchises such as Star Wars and the Marvel universe. But unlike Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and whatever AT&T’s WarnerMedia is working on, Disney+ will focus more on family-friendly fare and probably won’t cost as much.Here’s what we know (and don’t know) so far about the Disney+ streaming service:To read this article in full, please click here https://www.techhive.com/article/3330499/streaming-services/disney-plus-streaming-service-shows-launch-pricing.html#tk.rss_streamingmedia…


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