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  1. Xiaomi just announced an aggressively priced 75-inch QLED Android TV Who needs cinemas when you have a 75-inch screen at home? Xiaomi announced the Mi 11 for international markets today and detailed its MIUI 12.5 rollout plans, but that isn't the only thing the company took the stage for. It's also expanding its Mi TV lineup with one of its biggest products yet, the 75-inch big Mi TV Q1. The QLED Android TV set will come to Europe first and cost from €1299 (~$1560). The Mi TV Q1 has a sleek metal finish and bezels so small they might as we
  2. Sony’s 2021 TV lineup runs Google TV and fully embraces HDMI 2.1 Variable refresh rate, 4K at 120Hz, ALLM, and eARC are standard across the line Image: Sony Last year’s TV lineup from Sony took a bit of criticism since several sets were unable to take advantage of next-gen gaming features on the PlayStation 5 that shipped in November. Even if you look right now, the spread of HDMI 2.1 features is pretty sad. Sony never really acknowledged this as a mistake, believing that customers purchase its TVs for different
  3. Internet packages will cost $3 more across the board. You’ll have to pay more for Comcast’s services starting next year. The company will raise its prices for both cable TV and internet, and according to a price list posted on Reddit, they’ll be effective as soon as January 1st, 2021. According to the poster, the new prices are for the Chicago area, but Ars Technica has confirmed that price hikes are coming to all customers across the US. Comcast’s “Broadcast TV” fee — that is, the amount subscribers have to
  4. You should be able to stream Xbox games to your TV soon Microsoft is in the early phases of rolling out its xCloud streaming service on mobile devices, but TVs are the next logical step. In an interview with The Verge, Xbox chief Phil Spencer has revealed we’ll likely see an Xbox app appear on smart TVs over the next year. “I think you’re going to see that in the next 12 months,” said Spencer, when asked about turning the Xbox into a TV app. “I don’t think anything is going to stop us from doing that.” Spencer previously hinted at TV streaming sticks
  5. K7108

    Its free TV!

    I have recently discovered Pluto TV. It is absolutely free and offers quite a lot. I am trying to cut the cord without cutting my neck. So my goal here is to start a thread that will give members a chance to find out about free TV services that they may not have known and also to post about free services that they know about that may not be known by others. OK now I have no authority here at all but my wish is that members will post about free legal services only and to give a little info about the service along with of coarse a link. I am starting the ba
  6. Amazon is reportedly considering adding live TV to its Prime Video service Job listings suggest the company is working on live TV services Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Amazon could be planning to bolster its Prime Video service, which is mostly known for its on-demand video offerings, with live TV, according to a report from Protocol and publicly available job listings. Details are light about what the new live TV services might entail, though the efforts appear to be in their early stages.
  7. How coronavirus is affecting TV and movies so far, from Tom Hanks to Fast 9 Coronavirus is causing numerous delays in entertainment (Image credit: Universal) The world around us is changing quickly right now, as the coronavirus pandemic spreads across the planet. Containing the virus and ensuring the safety of other people has to come first. Numerous industries have changed course because of Covid-19 – MWC 2020 in Barcelona was canceled, and GDC and E3's cancellation mean gaming faces a quiet year for events. In TV and
  8. 5 new TV technologies that are changing the way you watch New TV tech to pay attention to (Image credit: Samsung) Whether you’re bingeing box sets and gaming the days away, TV has provided a much-needed escape during these uncertain times. But just as technology continues to advance, so does the way in which we watch TV. While your grandparents might reminisce of the days in which they would gather round a small box to watch crackled black and white monster movies, people nowadays expect a fully-immersive experience; on
  9. The Witcher season 2: release date details, story, and what we know The Witcher season 2 has a tentative release date of 2021 on Netflix (Image credit: Katalin Vermes/Netflix) The Witcher season 2 can't come to Netflix soon enough. The fantasy drama, starring Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, drew 76 million viewers for the streaming service during season one, and was the sixth most-watched Netflix show of 2019 after less than a month. Next season, expect more monster hunting, political machinations and all-out war. It h
  10. The Witcher is on track to be Netflix's biggest TV series of all-time Netflix says 76 million households tuned in to watch Henry Cavill kill some beasts (Image credit: Netflix) Several million people have tossed a coin to their Witcher, according to Netflix’s fourth quarter earnings report that just released on Tuesday (January 21). According to a letter the streaming service sent to shareholders, some 76 million subscribers watched the first season of the show, making it one of the company’s most popular first seasons
  11. The Witcher’s last trailer shows off a fantasy epic that could replace Game of Thrones The witching hour Netflix’s big-budget TV series adaptation of The Witcher (based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s series of fantasy novels, and not the popular video game series that, confusingly, is also based on Sapkowski’s books) has gotten one final trailer to hype up the show before its December 20th release date. And it looks... pretty great? It’s no secret that studios have been looking to their bookshelves in search of any fantasy series to adapt in an effort t
  12. The Expanse Is Sci-Fi Like TV Has Never Seen The series embraces the true weirdness of life off planet, says showrunner Naren Shankar, making space itself a character in the drama. The Expanse is back! Season 4 of the sci-fi thriller launched on Amazon Prime last week, and I’m already deep into it. The story is set in a future where humans have colonized the solar system and split into three groups, based on Earth, on Mars, and in the asteroid belt. And of course, whenever you have groups of people, they find ways to get in trouble. But no spoilers!
  13. HBO premieres first teaser trailer for 'True Detective' season 3 ‘True Detective’ season 3: Everything we know about the HBO series’ return HBO premieres first teaser trailer for 'True Detective' season 3 True Detective season 3 is finally on the horizon after much speculation about the hit series’ future. Created and written by Nic Pizzolatto, the anthology crime series premiered in 2014 with a season starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson that earned rave reviews from professional critics and general audiences alike,
  14. Jime234

    TV Series Download sites

    Do you guys know any website to download 480p, low size(~120MB), reasonable quality tv series ?
  15. TV and Sport events http://www.rojadirecta.me/ http://www.streamhunter.eu http://zonytvcom.info/ http://www.livestation.com/ (News Channels) https://www.youtube.com/live/all http://www.justin.tv/ http://www.ustream.tv http://aflam4you.tv/index.html (Arabic Channels + beIN Sports channels) http://www.kakibara.com/ http://www.stream2watch.me/ http://www.hahasport.com/ http://www.firstrow1.eu/ http://tvtoss.com/ Movies http://www.movie4k.to/ Movies Subtitles http://subsce
  16. PythonCrew Streaming Pack: Android One pack for all your android streaming needs. We have tested over 400+ different apk's for movies, tv series, iptv, music, vpn's, etc. As we find more that work good, they will be added and post updated. Most apk's are ad free and unlocked. All apks are focused on android tv boxes with landscape view. I hope everyone enjoys the Pack and have fun streaming. Special thanks goes out to PriSim, Delboy, UpGrade and Atasas for their contributions. Folder link: Site: https://drive.google.com Sharecode: /driv
  17. Samsung's "Sero" is a 43-inch TV mounted on a rotating stand. It's tough to stand out in the TV market, where everyone is shipping beautiful 4K panels in pretty much whatever size you want. Samsung is hoping to turn heads with a few wild "concept lifestyle TV" designs, which it rounded up in a Korean-language press release today. There's the previously announced "The Frame," which looks like a framed picture and displays artwork when not in use. There's "The Serif," which is mounted on four legs, looking kind of like a canv
  18. Samsung TVs could ditch the bezel for an 'infinite' display – just like its smartphones Samsung ditches the frame (Image credit: 4Kfilme) Samsung is looking to shake up its TV range with an outside-the-box design philosophy that could see the manufacturer use a practically-invisible TV frame to maximize the impact of its QLED displays. The casing around the edge of the screen, or just the section of the screen that can't display images, is referred to as the 'bezel'; hence why the rumored set is being called a Zero Bezel
  19. Things have been relatively silent on the Android TV front lately, but today, the platform is forcing itself back into the spotlight. Unfortunately, it’s not good news we’re hearing, but rather reports of a serious-sounding bug that’s potentially exposing the private photos of Android TV users. At the very least, the bug is causing Android TV and Google Home to show lists of Android users where they shouldn’t be, which is bad enough. The bug was first revealed by Twitter user @wothadei over the weekend. He says that when accessing his Vu Android TV through the Google Home app, he wa
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