Monthly Archives: October 2014

Time Warner Cable Phone 2 Go App

Time Warner Cable’s Phone 2 Go app launched this week giving customers the ability to forward all of their incoming Home Phone calls, including video calls and text messages, to their smartphone. Time Warner Cable subscribers can download the Phone 2 Go app from the Apple App Store and Google Play. The app also gives […]

FOX AutoHop Challenge Deferred

A federal judge has ruled in favor of DISH in a dispute FOX filed against the AutoHop feature that removes commercials from recorded primetime shows. U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee indicated a tentative decision that DISH isn’t violating copyright law with this feature as it would be considered fair use under the U.S. Supreme Court’s […]

Coming Soon: HBO Standalone Subscriptions

In its pursuit of online, cable and Satellite TV subscribers, HBO announced today that it will be selling its service via the Internet starting in 2015. This will give customers access to HBO content even if they don’t have cable or Satellite TV service. Specific details have yet to be revealed, but the network’s CEO […]

Say Good-bye to Compromising Internet Service When Moving

When you’re moving, the last thing you want to worry about is losing access to your high-speed Internet. Your “to do” list is already multiple pages long and not to mention, having Internet service set up at your new house would simplify the moving process. HughesNet gets it, and they’ve got you covered. The HughesNet […]

Want Your Viacom Channels Back?

A dispute over contract terms between Viacom and Suddenlink has resulted in a blackout of popular Viacom channels such as Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV and VH1. If you’re a Suddenlink Communications subscriber, you no longer receive 24 Viacom networks as the two companies have yet to reach an agreement over pay rates. There’s no word […]