Tag Archive: Channels


What’s new in Chrome OS (Stable, Beta, and Developer Channels)

Not sure what’s new in Chrome OS? We’ve got you covered!

Chrome OS, Google’s own desktop operating system, receives regular updates to outfit it with new features, bug fixes, and more. There are three main levels of Chrome OS (Stable, Beta, and Developer) and while you can learn more about what these mean here, this guide will be updated regularly to highlight the main additions with each new release.

We’ll update the Stable section each time a  [Read More…]

10 Amazon Prime Video Channels you need to know

There’s a whole world of TV available at Amazon Prime Video Channels. These are just a few you should check out.

Amazon Video has video. A lot of video. Amazon Prime Video has a lot of video that’s free along with your Amazon Prime membership. And for everything else — a whole lot of everything else — there’s Amazon Prime Video Channels.

These are a series of channels to which you’ll subscribe monthly and  [Read More…]

YouTube TV adds more channels and markets but gets a price bump

Google announced today that its YouTube TV service is expanding to more cities, as well as adding a list of new channels to its lineup. The new crop includes TNT, Adult Swim, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network, truTV and Turner Classic Movies. What’s more, sports lovers will be thrilled to hear that NBA TV and the […]

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What channels are available on YouTube TV?

YouTube TV has access to dozens of Broadcast Networks to make sure you never miss an episode.

YouTube TV offers a viable way to cut the cord, and still see your favorite shows, without breaking the bank in the process. If you’ve already made the jump, or you’re considering it, then you may be wondering what kind of channels YouTube TV actually has access to. That’s why we’ve done the work for you and gotten the name  [Read More…]

How to use Notification channels on Android Oreo

Fine tune what Notifications interrupt your day with Notification channels on Android Oreo.

Android Oreo delivers plenty of awesome new features for you to play with, and one of the best for those who like to finely tune every aspect of the experience is the addition of Notification channels. This nifty setup makes it much easier to properly adjust what Notifications interrupt your day so that you only get pinged when it’s actually necessary.

Here’s how it  [Read More…]

Notification channels in Android Oreo: Everything you need to know!

Android Oreo comes with the power to take control over your notification tray so you can sort out just what you want to see.

One of the bigger changes and features coming with Android Oreo is the new Notification Channels system. It can also be a little confusing to talk about since it’s not something we’re used to seeing on our phones. But when you cut through all the fancy technical words and developer language, they’re not  [Read More…]

Channels is set to be another great cross-platform DVR for NVIDIA Shield TV

Channels is a well-known iOS and Apple TV app for HDHomeRun users. Now, it’s branching out.

The NVIDIA Shield Android TV is so versatile and affordable that it’s a great choice for cordcutters regardless of their platform. It’s early days for Channels on Android TV, but already you can use the Shield TV as a DVR for an Apple TV. There is also a front-end app for the Shield that’s in its early stages that will allow  [Read More…]

All about Android O’s Notification Channels

Android 8 comes with the power to take control over your notification tray so you can sort out just what you want to see.

One of the bigger changes and features coming with Android O is the new Notification Channels system. It can also be a little confusing to talk about, since it’s not something we’re used to seeing on our phones. But when you cut through all the fancy technical words and developer language, they’re not  [Read More…]

How to add live TV channels to NVIDIA Shield TV

With the right hardware, your NVIDIA Shield can show you live, over the air TV. Here’s how.

If you have an Android TV set, then obviously live television is built right in; otherwise, it’d be a pretty poor product. But if you’re picking up a set-top box like the NVIDIA Shield, you’re not left out in the cold. With some additional hardware and a few spare minutes, you can have the same experience on any TV.

Here’s  [Read More…]

Hulu Live TV beta bundles up to 50 channels for $39.99/month

Hulu made known its plans of launching a TV channel bundle almost a year ago. This week during the annual Upfront presentation, the company finally unleashed a “public beta” for its Live TV streaming service, which launches as an alternative to standard cable packages. Hulu’s new service costs $ 39.99 per month and grants access to […]