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CBS App For Android And Windows 8 Released

10/06/2013, Back in March CBS launched a new app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app allowed users to watch full episodes of a number of daytime, primetime and late night TV shows on their iOS device, through streaming. By releasing this app, the network joined...

60 Minutes And Two Other CBS Twitter Accounts Hacked

04/21/2013, CBS confirmed that three of its Twitter accounts, including that of popular show 60 Minutes, were hacked. It is largely believed that the accounts were compromised by Syrian Electronic Army, though they haven’t been officially named as the...

Hulu’s Going to Get CBS Television Shows

11/05/2012, Hulu, the major force in internet television for the United States market, today announced that they were bringing CBS content to the platform. Starting in 2013, Hulu Plus subscribers (who pay $8 per month) will be able to stream CBS content through Hulu....

Watch this year’s US Open Tennis Championships in 3D

08/22/2011, Tennis fans with 3D TVs – you no longer need to spend money purchasing tickets to catch the 2011 US Open. How about watching it from the comfort of your living room instead? The USTA (United States Tennis Association) has announced that it will be...

Netflix to offer the original Star Trek series for streaming

02/23/2011, Netflix has just finalized a 2-year non-exclusive deal with CBS television to bring a large selection of CBS shows over to Netflix users. This means that Trekkies who are subscribed to Netflix can satisfy their cravings for the original Star Trek series...

TV studios block Google TV due to privacy issues

10/22/2010, It seems that Google TV is being blocked by TV studios, with piracy fears being one of their main concerns. It seems that Disney’s ABC and CBS have confirmed that they have prevented the TV OS from watching their free Flash video sites. This...

CBS Preparing HTML5 Video Playback For iPad

03/25/2010, Apple’s lack of Flash support of the iPad has been a major talking point recently, and now it seems that CBS has decided to toe the line, as it seems that CBS.com is testing using HTML5 to display its videos for the iPad instead of Flash. Some links...