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Roku cross-platform search supports Netflix, Amazon Instant, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, Vudu (CNET)

CNET reports on the addition of cross-platform search on certain models of the Roku (Roku LT, Roku HD, Roku 2). With the new feature, searches will display results from Netflix, Amazon Instant, Vudu, Hulu Plus, Crackle, and HBO Go.

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With the Wii U Nintendo is now an ‘entertainment company.’ Again. (CNET)

Nintendo’s upcoming Wii — which figures to be one of the hottest items on the market this holiday season — is designed to make Nintendo more of a player in the home media game. Here’s what CNET has to say.

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Can Boxee reinvent cable with the help of a TV antenna? (The Verge)

Boxee’s upcoming Boxee TV is generating plenty of buzz. This piece from The Verge goes over the Boxee TV. Or learn more at Boxee TV’s official site.

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Warner Bros. Signs Up As First Studio Partner For Redbox Instant By Verizon, Gets 28-Day Delay For DVD Rentals (

We’re eager to see what Redbox Instant has to offer when it launches, possibly by the end of the year. TechCrunch reports that Warner Bros. has signed on as their first studio partner.

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Can Google TV Help You Cancel the Cable?

Is Google TV a viable alternative to cable TV? Short answer: we don’t think so. Not yet.

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Samsung Smart TVs Get Amazon Video Streaming/VOD App (

Samsung has made an Amazon Instant Video app available on its 2012 smart TVs for download through Samsung Apps, says

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Smart TV Shipments Expected to Jump 15 Percent This Year (

Smart TVs are on the rise, according to this article from Interestingly, though, North Americans seem to have comparably little interest in them.

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