Google Inc. has yet announced another computer added to its line of the referred Chromebooks. This new addition is built by Acer at $199 as its sticker price.
According to reports, the new computer is named Acer C7 Chromebook and is available for online purchase on Tuesday at BestBuy.com and Google Play. In addition to this, you will be picking up one personally at selected Best Buy stores within this week.
Features of the C7 include HD camera, three USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI out, a VGA port, an an 11.6-inch display with 1,366 by 768 pixel res. The new . . . → Read More: Acer C7 Chromebook, a new addition in Google’s line of computers
Apple supporters have been waiting long enough for an Apple-based television subscription service. On Tuesday, Apple silently added support to its Apple TV set-top box, called Hulu Plus. This may be the closest thing Apple fans can get for the meantime. This brings access to ad-supported television episodes and movies for paid subscribers of the particular service.
For the subscribers of Hulu Plus, they can have an access to the content of the service, while new users have the choice of either subscribing to the service through their iTunes account or signing up for a free one-week trial. On the . . . → Read More: Apple TV to be supported by Hulu Plus
The two of the most popular streaming video services throughout the world are the Netflix and Hulu. The services could be accessed on all sorts of devices from your DVR to your smartphone with a group of other devices. Nielsen has a new report on what gadgets people use to watch the streaming services.
Several people out there that watch both streaming services are viewing directly on their computer. Forty-two percent of the entire Netflix users watch by means of the computer and a massive 89% of the entire Hulu watchers use their computer. For Netflix, . . . → Read More: Nielsen Monitors Hulu and Netflix Streaming Usage
To aid in pushing the Kinect and its flavor of motion control, is Microsoft planning a new “entertainment brand?” Microsoft will proclaim “plenty of Kinect centric fare,” according to Kotaku. Along with these unexpected projects are some new titles and a whole new brand focused on the Kinect Sensor.
Frank Shaw, vice president of Corporate Communication at Microsoft, notes that 40% of the entire Xbox connected activities are now non gaming linked. These comprise users observing movies on the Zune Store, utilizing the manufactured in DVD player, checking Facebook or sending each other messages.
Frank Shaw said . . . → Read More: Rumor: MS Will Launch New Entertainment Strategy