The Dijit TV guide app is an iPad-using couch potato's ticket to a rich social life. Use it as a remote control and share all your TV love on Facebook.
The app, which keeps track of your favorite shows and brings together live TV with streaming video, is now a Web platform.
The service, which melds live TV listings with ways to search for and stream video from online operators, follows its iPad and Web version with one specifically for iPhones running iOS 7.
Fusing a live TV listing with ways to search for and stream video from various apps, NextGuide's another all-in-one home entertainment app for the iPad aiming to compete with TV Guide and Fanhattan.
TV remote technology hasn't made any real advances in years. But now several companies are looking to turn your smartphone into a remote, one that doesn't just tell the TV what to do, but tells you what shows to watch and which ones your friends like.
PBS is giving users of its iPhone/iPad app an early preview of its documentary on former U.S. President Bill Clinton.
The startup CEO has to do everything, but there's one thing especially that only the CEO can do. Consultants ideally have recent operational experience very relevant to your needs.
Not content to feed you just one screen of entertainment, content and app developers are working on apps that make your tablet or smartphone a companion screen to the main event. Join our discussion on the rise of the "second screen."
A new consumer electronics remote control technology gives smartphone users the fastest possible way to pair their smartphone with a media device.
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