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Aereo fights to survive, with a cable twist

Streaming-TV service Aereo switches legal tactics after losing in the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, a senator asks the FTC to investigate Facebook over its controversial research.

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Court ruling casts cloudy future for Aereo

The US Supreme Court rules the broadcast-TV streaming service is illegal, but Aereo could evolve to continue in a new form. Meanwhile, cord-cutters get new digital antenna options with Mohu Channels, and Apple cuts the price of the iPod Touch.

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Aereo's arrays of tiny antennae let consumers  watch live, local television broadcasts online.

Aereo launches spin site for Supreme Court case

Less than a week before Aereo faces the Supreme Court bench, the company that streams over-the-air broadcast TV launches a site with support for its own arguments.

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Diller: Aereo is 'finished' if Supreme Court sides with broadcasters

The IAC chairman and major investor in Aereo says he doesn't see a path forward for Aereo if it loses its Supreme Court case.

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Roku CEO: Apple TV is a money-loser

Roku has long argued that bigger rivals end up helping Roku when they release streaming-video boxes. CEO Anthony Wood allows that Apple TV does result in lost money -- for Apple.

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Aereo to Supreme Court: We have broken no law

In a brief, Aereo says that it has stayed within the realm of US copyright law and that TV broadcasters have no right to royalties from its television streaming.

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Facebook turns 10, copies Paper app name

As the social network hits a decade milestone, it launches a new app with a familiar name. Also, Aereo expands its streaming TV service and Flappy Bird drives everyone mad.

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As the social network hits a decade milestone, it launches a new app with a familiar name. Also, Aereo expands its streaming TV service and Flappy Bird drives everyone mad.

Facebook turns 10, copies Paper app name

As the social network hits a decade milestone, it launches a new app with a familiar name. Also, Aereo expands its streaming TV service and Flappy Bird drives everyone mad.

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<p>It's a familiar story. Cord-cutters give up their cable subscription to shed the ever-increasing monthly fee, only to find that the best solutions to record free, over-the-air TV, such as the <a href="http://reviews.cnet.com/digital-video-recorders-dvrs/tivo-roamio/4505-6474_7-35826604.html" >TiVo Roamio</a> and Aereo, require -- you guessed it -- another monthly fee.</p>

<p>The new Channel Master DVR+ ($250) is looking to become the over-the-air recording solution for subscription-phobic cord-cutters.</p>

Hands-on with Channel Master's DVR+ (pictures)

The new Channel Master DVR+ ($250) is looking to become the over-the-air recording solution for subscription-phobic cord-cutters.

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CBS, Time Warner Cable agree to brief contract extension

The two companies, which have been engaged in contentious negotiations over a new carriage contract, agree to an extension through July 29.

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Aereo CEO aims for 25 percent market penetration in 5 years

Chet Kanojia, CEO of the controversial company that streams live television over the Internet, hopes one out of four TV viewers will be using Aereo in the next five years.

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Aereo's arrays of tiny antennae let consumers  watch live, local television broadcasts online.

Aereo heads west -- but not too far west -- with Utah launch

The streamer of over-the-air local broadcasts picks Utah for the next leg of its expansion from New York after Boston and Atlanta, but the move west still keeps it out of a zone with shakier legal footing.

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