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CES 2016: Previewing New Tablo Apps for Apple TV and LG webOS Smart TVs

CES logoThe first week of January each year, the world's consumer electronics manufacturers converge on Las Vegas to showcase the newest and hottest invovations and once again, Tablo will be there.

This year, we'll be previewing two highly anticipated new native apps: one for Apple TV and one for LG WebOS Smart TVs.

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Holiday Wishes from Tablo HQ

ElfWe want to send a HUGE thank you to all of our Tablo fans for a fantastic year. Two years ago at this time, we were hand-delivering the very first Tablo beta unit. Today, we have major retail partners and a growing legion of amazing customers in every single US state as well as many Canadian provinces. And 2016 looks even brighter.

 

 

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Tablo Roku Preview Channel Now Public

Roku Tablo’s Roku Preview channel - which we’ve been building from the ground up since last year - has now become our official public Roku channel. 

 

 

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Another Way to Reach Us… Introducing Tablo Live Chat

Linda Richman discussYou may or may not have noticed a new addition to our website... We’re happy to now offer live chat!

You can find it at the bottom right hand side of the site at www.TabloTV.com.

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Sneak Peek @ CE Week NY: New Features, More Storage

Excited SheldonThe Tablo team is at CE Week in New York City today and tomorrow giving journalists and industry experts a sneak peek at Tablo firmware and app updates that will be coming to your OTA DVR very soon.

This firmware update (Version 2.2.2) includes support for several new features we know you guys will be VERY excited about that will make a big difference in management, storage and playback of your Over-the-Air content.

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Now Available: Redesigned Roku Channel Preview and Apps for Amazon Fire TV & Android TV

Roku square logoToday, we've very excited to announce that the updated Roku channel as well as apps for Amazon Fire TV and Android TV are finally here!

As you may know, we've been working really hard over the last three months to deliver these new apps so you can enjoy the same beautiful Tablo experience you're used to on tablets, smartphones and PC/MAC on your big-screen TVs.

 

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OTA + OTT Streaming Makes Sense (and Cents!) for Cordcutters

Since the beginning of 2015, we’ve seen a wave of HBONOW game of thronesannouncements for new television streaming services and TV a-la-carte offerings. There’s been Sling TV, CBS All Access, HBO Now and Playstation Vue. NBC is also rumored to be planning a comedy-focused streaming service and others are saying Apple is planning a service including content from both broadcast and cable channels.

There’s never been more choice for consumers which is great news. However, some news reports have been focusing on how adding these services to get the equivalent of cable isn't really a good bargain...

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Sneak Peek: New Roku channel & Amazon Fire TV/Android TV Interfaces

Amazon Fire TV and RokuAs you might know, Tablo recently announced a new Roku channel as well as interfaces for Amazon Fire TV and Android TV would be coming in the first quarter of 2015. 

When we unveiled screenshots for both interfaces earlier this month, people got pretty excited.  

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CES 2015: Tablo METRO, Roku Interface and Much, Much More

CES LogoThe 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) starts tomorrow in Las Vegas. For those of you not 'in the know', CES is the largest tradeshow in the United States and is where all of the newest cool consumer-focused gadgets are unveiled. 

Last year at CES we introduced the Tablo 2-Tuner DVR and this year we want to make an equally big splash.  

That's why we're very excited to finally unveil some awesome stuff we're cooking up at Tablo HQ.

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Now Available: Tablo Web Apps for Smartphones

Just over a year ago, we were ramping up to introduce Tablo to the world. We had a product name, a beta-ready product and a handful of assumptions about how people would use it. Back then, we guessed most users would watch Tablo content on tablets and on TVs via Roku or Apple TV... (And eventually this thing called Chromecast that was brand spankin' new...) We also made a web app to be used on computers.

But we never really thought people would regularly use their smartphone to watch TV programs from their Tablo and figured the web app would work quite well for most smartphone users.

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