Tag: streaming

Canadian Tech Companies Combine to Deliver Live Immersive 360 6K Video

By Lee Rickwood
While multi-camera rigs can and have been used to create very similar immersive content, with this particular system, only one camera is required to capture a real-time live 360-degree experience, thanks to unique lenses and processing algorithms developed in Canada

Roku’s new OS and features elevate cord cutting options

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The latest operating system expected to roll out soon is Roku OS 7 is available to most existing Roku players and sticks. The new OS and its companion mobile app further extend the functionality many users have grown to love

5 Halloween-Friendly TV Shows to Binge-Watch

By Christine Persaud

Halloween means getting the kids dressed up in cute costumes, consuming large quantities of candy, and maybe even attending an adult dress-up party or two yourself. But sometimes, a nice, relaxing night in can make for a perfect Halloween holiday.

NHL GameCenter Live kicks off for another season

By Ted Kritsonis

The puck drops on the 2015-16 NHL season, and the NHL GameCenter Live streaming service continues into its second year under Rogers branding. Not much will change in the presentation, but access to more games continues to creep up.

Hands-on: Google spreads out with new Chromecast devices

By Ted Kritsonis

The original Google Chromecast was the little HDMI stick that could. Bridging compatible mobile devices with TVs for a very low price, the device struck a chord with many who used it, despite its limitations. Now, there are two new Chromecasts, one for video and another for audio, with better specs inside and improved support on the software end.

The new Apple TV has promise with plenty of question marks

By Ted Kritsonis

With the new Apple TV now having been unveiled, the device that was once famously coined as a “hobby” is evolving to become a device that may play a role in changing how consumers view their content. Its future isn’t entirely clear, however, and that has a lot to do with what’s missing out of the gate.

Review: Google OnHub is a router for dummies

By Ted Kritsonis

Google’s OnHub is a router designed to simplify setup and maintenance in a way that wouldn’t befuddle the average user. Its design inside is also aimed at pushing out a better Wi-Fi signal over a larger area to improve connectivity around the home. With this combination, the OnHub is ideally suited for novices, but at the expense of alienating more advanced users.