"Tap water is free, yet Americans spend billions of dollars every year for the convenience of drinking the same thing out of bottles. The founders of a new digital video service are betting the same logic can be applied to another free commodity: broadcast TV."
I could have tried to come up with a better lead, but really, it wasn't going to happen. Plus, I thought that was pretty solid, right? Right.
That top paragraph comes from Jeff Bercovivi, a writer at Forbes, who took to the Interwebs ... read more
CES. The Consumer Electronics Show. Do you know what it is?
Yeah, I wasn't quite sure, either. But as it turns out, the "world's largest consumer technology trade show" (their words, not mine) has been churning out new television technology every day this week (and my God — to think it's only Tuesday!).
All reports point to it being a bit of a letdown so far for us TV Without A TV types. Sure, it's neat to see all these tricky devices aimed at making your television watching experience that ... read more