Posts Tagged ‘boxee’
  • The long and short of it: Hulu viewers prefer single longer ad to multiple shorter variants…
    by Mike
    Posted February 3rd, 2010 at 9:30 am
    Watch Hulu much? I partake of the online greatness via Boxee on my Mac and have all but moved away from traditional cable. The few shows I watch I'm fortunate enough to be able to find via Boxee and Hulu. Amid the economy downturn, Hulu, like many other online media companies, started incorporating advertisements in several different forms. Most apparent however are the video ads (read: commercials) that play either before your show or in multiple chunks broken down into 30-second clips. So...
  • [CES] D-Link/BoxeeBox
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2010 at 8:44 pm
    Stopping by D-Link's booth netted us all kinds of networking goodies. To start, their fully touch router had me quite pleased. Eschewing the buttons of yore, this router goes full touch with a large touchscreen adorning the top of the unit. Multiple antennas and your standard b/g/n support come for the ride. The internal specs are usually pretty important. But in the case of a router, there really isn't that much you can do to set yourself apart. Getting all touchy however is a nice ...
  • D-Link/Boxee team up to make the first Boxee branded device.
    by Mike
    Posted December 7th, 2009 at 9:45 pm
    While cable companies would rather nickel and dime us to death via traditional landline based TV, the internet welcomes us with open arms. Prices and paywalls exist on the great fiber as well, but so far they've remained resilient to most corporate greed that plagues and destroys traditional cable. In my eyes, the current "poster child" for everything that makes the internet great is Boxee. It brings in various channels of tv, entertainment, news, music, social networking, and more. Did we m...
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