In this week's episode of the Macworld podcast, Dan Moren and Lex Friedman discuss the three big Apple stories of the week.
The Dyle mobile TV receiver for the iPhone and iPad is a nice idea, but it has too many limitations to make it useful for most people.
Users want to skip ads; TV networks don't want them to. Dan Moren thinks Apple's latest reported proposition tries to bridge the divide by offering both sides something they want.
Former Disney chief Michael Eisner has warned that Hulu being up for sale could mean the demise of shows streaming online the day after they air.
MediaMall Technologies' PlayOn, a PC-to-TV streaming service, brings Aereo to a new cast of devices starting July 10.
Who cares if it's nice out—watching TV for four days straight can be your own pursuit of happiness.
On Wednesday, Samsung announced it has acquired streaming video startup Boxee, a move that could finally make smart TV feel less dumb.
The summer doldrums can be a tough time for TV fans. With barely anything new on networks, it can be hard to find something to watch. Luckily, cable is increasingly moving some of its most interesting shows to the summer, where they don’t have to compete with big-name series. The results, while not always Emmy-worthy, are still compelling
It can be hard to keep up with late-night TV shows and still get a healthy night's sleep--which is a shame since there's a lot of great late-night programs on the air these days. Luckily, the Internet lets you stream a lot of the stuff you might miss--for free--and there's even some new, Internet-original shows in the interview format that are worth watching.