Tag Archive: stream

Jan 13 2014

Roku Is Going To Have To Do It Better, If They Are To Survive

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Almost 2 years ago, I purchased a Roku and I had zero buyers remorse about doing so. Roku allows you to stream content from the Internet directly to your TV and it doesn’t allow you to have a smart TV to do it. In addition to having all the channels are available to Roku, it’s …

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Nov 08 2013

Roku Needs To Work On These Top 5 Things

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At this point technology entertainment, I think everyone would agree that the way traditional cable companies provide programming is severely outdated. This traditional way of providing entertainment is what has made Roku and other streaming device is so popular. Admittedly, since the purchase of my Roku, I feel like this is one of the best …

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Sep 16 2013

We’re All Waiting For The Major TV Networks To Work Directly With Roku

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As a Roku customer, I primarily use Roku to stream movies and TV show’s, but over the past couple of years Roku has grown far past Netflix. Mainly as a way to stream Netflix to my TV set. Roku now supports 750 channels to include 94 TV and movie channels along with music channels and …

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Apr 06 2013

Plex Media Server: Applying the Updates/New versions Automatically

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Plex is a wonderful application that allows you to easily organize your media library to where it’s the most beneficial. It doesn’t matter if you’re wanting to listen to MP3’s, watch movies or share pictures. Plex has the ability to organize this information and give it one of the best presentations you can have. In …

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Mar 08 2013

The ROKU 3 Is Here! Let The Streaming Begin!

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Roku has released the latest version of its streaming media box [3/06/2013], the Roku 3 for just under $100. As a Roku customer, I’ve been looking forward to this. I was surprised that the company was able to keep the release date hush-hush right up to the very edge of the release date. It’s a …

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Jan 14 2013

Is Google+ Feasting On Your Data Plan?

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The other day I was checking out my  smartphone data usage.  I’m with Verizon and I have the unlimited data plan usage; I get to keep it by legacy.  So normally I don’t really check the data usage because it’s unlimited, but the other day I was just curious to see what kind of data …

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Jan 09 2013

Cable Companies should be scared to death- ‘Cable Cutters’ are killing them.

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In 2013, traditional cable companies need to be extremely careful with their customers and they need to be dead scared, because of the blah cable programming and the archaic program guides that have been offered over the years. Devices like Google TV,  Apple TV,  Boxee and Roku  have only begun to scratch the service of …

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Jan 03 2013

Why Now Isn’t The Time To Purchase A Big-Screen TV…

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The enticement to purchase a big-screen TV is always driven by someone’s will and desire to have something like that. They just decide one day that they want to have a car, or house or a big-screen TV. There may not be anything you can do about persuading them not to purchase those types of …

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Dec 31 2012

LEHSYS: My Good And Bad From 2012

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This is my last post for 2012. Technology is one of those things that keeps you on your toes and is ever-changing. You can never released seem to get on top of it, and you can never get enough information. Over the past year I’ve wrote many articles about various different things; things that interest …

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