Cord cutting, as a term, may not have been the right way for me to think about my entertainment needs. The more apt term seems to be 'cost effective television.' Here let me explain to you why that is.
Josh is back, and it's a good thing, because there's a lot going on! Remember that guide data update we discussed? Yeah, that didn't go so well for many. But hey…Windows 10 is here, so that's good, right? Unless you use Media Center.
Microsoft took to their Windows Blog, to provide insight on how Windows 10 plans to play nice with all devices, including iOS and Android. Users of Xbox Music will find info on OneDrive streaming particularly interesting.
With a wide variety of music services available, Microsoft has its own entry with the Xbox Music service. Many aren't aware of some of its key features and benefits. Here's a high-level overview of what the service has to offer.
Opinion: Disney has created a huge mess with the release of the Star Wars movies as digital titles. Buyer beware: thanks to incompatible digital licensing systems, you may not be getting what you expect, depending on where you purchase them.
TiVo has updated its best-in-class companion app for iOS. Enhancements include some UI tweaks, more customization options in What to Watch, and some underpinnings in advance of TiVo's anticipated, new OnePass feature.
Are your music playlists still peppered with remnants of the holiday past? In the analog days, we could just pack away the music with the decorations, but digital music files can be particularly tricky to isolate and hide after the holiday cheer fades.