Category Archives: Technology

Netflix Now Available to DISH Customers

DISH and Netflix have partnered up to bring DISH customers Netflix content via the Hopper™. Effective today, DISH customers will be able to stream Netflix content through the whole-home HD DVR, better known as the Hopper, for the regular fee of $7.99 – $8.99 a month.  The streaming service provides TV shows and movies to […]

The Latest and Greatest from DIRECTV and Sony

The latest innovations in the TV industry comes in the form of movies in 4K from DIRECTV and Internet TV streaming service from Sony. Sony announced that it is launching a cloud-based TV service called Playstation Vue which will give subscribers access to about 75 channels and on demand titles. The cloud feature allows subscribers […]

The New Way To Watch TV: Internet-Based TV From DISH

Now that DISH has partnered with Artemis to create pCell technology, it won’t be long until the satellite TV company makes a move at offering Internet-based TV service. DISH is actually setting a summer debut for the live-streaming service. Last month, DISH and Walt Disney Co. came to an agreement over Internet-TV rights and DISH […]

Online Companies Find Role for Streaming in Changing Industry

It seems that while everyone else was talking about the Time Warner Cable merger with Comcast, online companies Amazon, Yahoo and Google found a role for streaming in a changing industry,  making room for themselves. In just this past week, Amazon and Google have spurred talks about their new streaming products – Amazon Fire TV […]

The Next Big Thing – Wireless TV

Charlie Ergen, owner of DISH, has been purchasing spectrum for some time now in hopes of one day being able to provide DISH’s 14 million subscribers with the next big thing – wireless tv. The technology is still being created, but recently there has been some talk about the service becoming available in the near […]