Slingbox adds an entry-level device to its product lineup and updates its existing offering. Sling Media's general manager explains what the changes mean for consumers who want to watch video content when on the go.
Sling in January accused Belkin and another rival, Monsoon, of infringing on patents used in its Slingbox device that lets users watch and control their home TV from anywhere.
CES 2010 felt rather samey with its '3D this, big-screen telly that' nonsense. But we were offered some respite from oversize pixels flying at us by the small, 2D Sling Monitor 150
Follow Me TV, demonstrated at CES 2007, is now available to Verizon and Comcast users.
Targeting millennials and people who don't want a full pay-TV package, Dish offers up a cheap live TV service that's viewable on a variety of streaming video devices and includes ESPN, Disney Channel, and CNN.
The three services broke ground and helped changed the way we watch TV. At CES 2014, they showed that they're still going strong.
Kaley Cuoco apparently deleted a sponsored tweet touting the Dish Hopper that CBS, which airs "The Big Bang Theory," and other networks believe is illegal.
Dish's Hopper product lets TV watchers skip the ads -- so the networks have in turn been declining to run ads for the Hopper. But when Fox shows the Daytona 500 on Sunday, the Dish logo will race around that obstacle.
The EchoStar subsidiary that makes the Slingbox alleges that its rivals unfairly copied aspects of its place-shifting devices.
The company claims its $149.99 place-shifting solution is better and more affordable than Slingbox.