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Time Warner Cable iPad Live TV App Crashed Due To Overwhelming Demand

Time Warner Cable iPad Live TV App Crashed Due To Overwhelming Demand

Time Warner Cable had to address issues today with its just released iPad app. The app was launched yesterday morning, but crashed by the evening due to the overwhelming demand that caused severe load on the company's servers. The company has temporarily fixed the issue by cutting back from 32 channels to 15.

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Time Warner Cable Launches iPad App, First Ever To Play Live TV

Time Warner Cable Launches iPad App, First Ever To Play Live TV

Time Warner Cable has just made a big announcement, launching the first iPad app from a cable or satellite company that plays live TV. The app is free to download and will be available starting March 15. Only subscribers to both video and internet service via Time Warner Cable will be able to use the app. And, the app will only work in the home, when you're iPad is connected to the company's cable modem via WiFi router.

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Samsung out smart TV plans: Time Warner & Comcast apps; DirecTV streaming & Adobe AIR

Samsung out smart TV plans: Time Warner & Comcast apps; DirecTV streaming & Adobe AIR

Samsung is making moves to kill off the cable STB, and feathering its Galaxy Tab media line-up at the same time. The Korean company has announced partnerships with DirecTV, Time Warner Cable and Comcast that will see digital content services from the three companies feature on upcoming Samsung smart TV sets. However, it will also see Time Warner's cable service and Comcast's Xfinity available as an app on the Galaxy Tab.

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Time Warner Cable users to get awesome Look Back service

Time Warner Cable users to get awesome Look Back service

I have two DVRs in my home; one of them is upstairs and is packed with all sorts of stuff that my kids watch. The one in the living room has programs that my wife likes and stuff that we both like. The catch is that on some nights we can't watch everything we want to see because the DVR doesn't have enough tuners.

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Studios Contemplating $30 Option for Viewing Movies at Home Before DVD Launch

Studios Contemplating $30 Option for Viewing Movies at Home Before DVD Launch

After seeing a movie in theaters, some people immediately start counting down the days until they can officially purchase the movie on DVD or in any other media. And while on-demand services, from companies like In Demand, offer up movies "still in theaters," these are usually priced higher than the other movies in their catalog, and don't necessarily count the more popular films. And perhaps that's exactly why some movie studios are contemplating an in-home option for consumers, which would see them charging $30 for viewing a movie before it gets released on DVD.

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32 New York City Parks Getting WiFi Access

32 New York City Parks Getting WiFi Access

WiFi is something that a lot of people need now a days. For others, it's a luxury that they love to find randomly throughout their day, from one location to another. While some establishments, like McDonald's and Starbucks, have made WiFi a normal every day occurrence, there are still some frequented locations out there that have yet to get the treatment. For 32 parks located inside New York City, you'll now be able to access your email on your laptop, right from the grass, thanks to some new WiFi coverage being implemented there.

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Time Warner Launches Business Class 4G Wireless Data in Texas

Time Warner Launches Business Class 4G Wireless Data in Texas

We're in the year of 4G. As 2010 is just kicking off, we've already got so many things to look forward to when it comes to the next generation of wireless speeds. Time Warner wants to make sure that its business class of customers are taken care of when they're out and about, and there's no better way to do that than to provide their own 4G data card.

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