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HBO Go now supports AirPlay, coming to Apple TV soon

HBO Go now supports AirPlay, coming to Apple TV soon

Today at the Dive into Media conference, HBO's President and COO, Eric Kessler, announced that HBO Go will now support Apple's AirPlay protocol, and will also be coming to the Apple TV at some point in the future. The addition of AirPlay support means that HBO Go subscribers can beam their content from their iOS devices to the big-screen TV in the living room, provided that you have an Apple TV to do the grunt work.

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HBO Go app coming to Apple TV by mid-year?

HBO Go app coming to Apple TV by mid-year?

If you have an Apple TV set-top box attached to the TV in your living room, you may be getting a new entertainment option for the device by the middle of the year. Bloomberg reports that two people familiar with plans for Apple say that Apple and Time Warner Incorporated are negotiating to bring HBO Go to the Apple set-top box. The two sources refused to be named because the talks are private.

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Nordic viewers can get HBO Go with no TV subscription

Nordic viewers can get HBO Go with no TV subscription

I think that a bunch of people here in the United States and in other countries that would gladly cancel the cable subscription if they could get HBO Go programming as a separate subscription. However, in the US and everywhere else HBO only allows access to its online streaming HBO Go service if you have a qualifying cable subscription. HBO is reportedly set to change that for some viewers.

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HBO Go And Hulu Plus: The Perfect Living Room Marriage?

HBO Go And Hulu Plus: The Perfect Living Room Marriage?

I’ve become an expert of sorts on entertainment. I’ve spent the better part of my life watching televisions, enjoying movies, listening to my favorite artists, and playing video games. To me, having all of that media available to me whenever I want it is a blessing.

Because of that, I spend an awful lot of time evaluating different entertainment opportunities. From Netflix to Hulu Plus to iTunes, I’m always out there examining what’s best and what might need some work.

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HBO Go app gets Android tablet support

HBO Go app gets Android tablet support

HBO has updated its popular streaming video app for Android tablets up to version 4.0.4. Previously, it was only available for Android smartphones and the Kindle Fire, among other non-Android devices. HBO Go allows users to watch their favorite HBO shows on demand on devices ranging from tablets to TVs. The service also includes movies that have been licensed to HBO.

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How much would you pay for standalone HBO Go?

How much would you pay for standalone HBO Go?

HBO Go has been around for a few years now and is an interesting way HBO offers cable and satellite TV subscribers access to programs and movies online. The question is, if you don't have a cable or satellite subscription to the pay network, what would you pay for standalone HBO Go service? I've long suspected most people would be glad to fork over the same or similar monthly subscription fees as Netflix charges to access HBO Go.

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HBO Go comes to most popular Android tablet

HBO Go comes to most popular Android tablet

There's another place you can watch your favorite HBO original programming and hundreds upon hundreds of movies - the Kindle Fire tablet. HBO Go allows users to watch their favorite HBO shows on demand on devices ranging from tablets to TVs. The service also includes movies that have been licensed to HBO.

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Comcast says HBO GO on XBox ‘next week’

Comcast says HBO GO on XBox ‘next week’

It's time to get your HBO content on, Xbox 360 users, courtesy of Comcast and Xbox live - HBO GO is ready to get started next week according to Comcast public relations. This update to the HBO GO library will be coming to Xbox LIVE in addition to a number of ways that you're already able to get the content via Xfinity TV. These ways include the iPad, iPhone, and Android phones and tablets as well - and now the Xbox 360 finally! HBOgo.com as well as XfinityTV.com are also delivering, Video-on-demand as well as linear TV as well!

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Netflix CEO says he wants to watch HBO Go

Netflix CEO says he wants to watch HBO Go

In what seems like an unusual turn of events at first glance, the head of Netflix is taking to social media to talk about wanting to access HBO Go, not as a competing company executive but as a normal guy who just likes good entertainment. It's a very weird thing to see Hastings post on Facebook, since he has been very vocal about saying that HBO is Netflix's biggest competitor. But then again, his Facebook post is actually more focused on criticizing Comcast.

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