Lovefilm's on-demand movie streaming service is now available on Samsung net-connected tellies and not just Sony ones. The DVD rental company streams a sub-set of its disc catalogue to the TVs free to folk who have subscriptions for an unlimited number of titles each month. Lovefilm The range will appear as an app in Samsung' …
Yahoo Gimmicks - a waste of time.
I'm very disappointed to find that Samsung have already abandoned software development of their "B" range of televisions. Despite having all the appropriate hardware to support the latest gimmicks (sorry, I mean Widgets) Samsung has opted to only allow them on the models released in the last couple of months (Models with a "C" in the name). This is a sure way to ensure that their customers never buy from them twice.
What we need is a tv with an open internet interface, perhaps based on Chrome or Android. Maybe Google will take over from the half-hearted efforts by the likes of Samsung?
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