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TiVo partners with Flingo, brings hundreds of new content channels to TiVo Premiere

TiVo Flingo Launchpad

TiVo has announced that the Flingo suite of streaming apps is now available on TiVo Premiere boxes. If you're unfamiliar with what this means, Flingo basically provides multiple channels of streaming video content, including programming from A&E, History Channel, TMZ, Showtime, and about 200 other content sources, alongside 70 apps. Flingo will also be creating exclusive content apps specifically for the TiVo Premiere through "Launchpad for TiVo." "People are demanding access to online streaming content from the comfort of their own living room, and TiVo’s offerings has evolved to support that demand," Tara Maitra, SVP and general manager of content and media sales at TiVo Inc., said in a statement.

In a way, this is like turning your TiVo into a Roku set top box. We'll be checking it out later today.

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Yes, Steve Jobs is back at Apple Campus

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Corporate News

Steve Jobs leaves Apple Campus

took medical leave from Apple earlier this year, and returned to work last month. Still, enough of you sent this in to us as news that we had to post it. TMZ caught an image of Steve Jobs, dressed to the nines, leaving the Apple Campus yesterday afternoon. They even took the photo on an . Great.

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Internet Invades Real Time with Online Nation

DescriptionWe can tolerate Reality TV online. We can even suffer through TMZ TV, although we find it rather opportunistic. But when we heard about Online Nation that will premiere on The CW, we really started to wonder why anyone who has access to the Internet would want to see YouTube on the boob tube? There are plenty of opportunities to get your fifteen minutes of fame online, so why would we want to do the same in the real world?

We suspect that this is a chance for Network television to get in on the popularity of such sites that appeal especially to younger people who are the big spenders. In other words, another feeble attempt at making folks look merely foolish in the search for the big bucks. We do, however, applaud the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for awarding a special Emmy to Current TV and its partners Al Gore and Joel Hyatt for recognizing that there is more to the Internet than the exploits of Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan.


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