Google TV Ads Signs Off

The Death of Google TV Ads… will it be missed? In 2007 Google introduce the ability to buy television ads on cable stations like Fox News, ESPN and CNN; giving advertisers the ability to target up to 42 million households with and AdWords style ease. Fast forward to 2012 and Google TV Ads joins Google […]

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How Netflix Destroyed Blockbuster [INFOGRAPHIC]

As a soon to be Cable/Satallite free household I found this infographic to be pretty great. I know I have been enjoying all that Netflix, iTunes and Hulu Plus have to offer lately. As more content becomes available over these streaming services the more Cable/Satellite companies will lose subscribers. Here is a great article from […]

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The Event – Review

NBC’s new drama aimed at geeks, The Event premiered Monday night. Before you go any further in this review know for the record I’m a fan of star Jason Ritter. He was great on Parenthood last year, and also very good on the highly underrated and under-watched The Class on CBS a couple of years […]

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Quick Hit: Apple vs. Flash

VS. Everyone has a side on the recent comments from Steve Jobs about the iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch and the lack of Adobe Flash support. Forget for a minute the argument about reduced battery life and processing power. Take a step back and look at this problem from Apple’s point of view. Apple has a rabid user/fan base who all […]

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