Mobile Minutes: VH1, mobile TV, Ubuntu, tablets
By Staff reports
December 20, 2013
TV runs on Twitter and smartphones. Case in point: Monday nights, per Forbes.
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Here's what people are actually watching on their smartphones and tablets, as TV goes mobile
Cable channels, TV networks, and pay TV providers are rushing to provide viewers with apps that allow them to watch anywhere, across devices. But streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu are now developing their own programming and challenging the traditional players for audiences' attention, according to Business Insider.
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Five reasons why the Ubuntu tablet could shock naysayers in 2014
With a recent proclamation by Mark Shuttleworth that an “interesting set of household brands' are looking at putting Ubuntu Touch on their own phones and tablets,” the mobile landscape has become quite interesting. Prior to this, it seemed like the Ubuntu Phone was having serious issues gaining any traction with major brands. However, with Ubuntu 14.04 placing a major focus on honing the Ubuntu tablet experience, things are going to get interesting, TechRepublic reports.
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"My iPad has Netflix, Spotify, Twitter – everything": why tablets are killing PCs
Stephen Bernasconi walked into Trafford shopping centre on 25 November intending to buy a laptop for £800 or so. His three-year-old Dell Inspiron had broken down and he wanted something to keep up with gaming. Instead, the 23-year-old walked out of PC World with an iPad Air. "I decided that this would be a more effective purchase as it allows me to do everything I require – Netflix, Spotify, Twitter, good games. It's light and can run loads of apps at once and doesn't slow down." He'd considered buying a Google Nexus 10 tablet, but having recently switched to an iPhone he decided to stick with Apple, per The Guardian.
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