Time Warner, Comcast, DirecTV and Verizon FiOS TV totality displayed ways we could enjoy their official function without a set-top box tied to our TV during CES 2011. A year later, though tablet apps have launched, living unoccupied place progress is limited o DirecTV’s HR34 polished launch and a limited Verizon FiOS app forward Xbox 360 . So, here we are at CES 2012 with all four lined up at the Samsung booth in a state of inferiority to the N Service banner, again. Despite our disappointment over the delays, Comcast’s app was slick, however limited to VOD-only just like the Xbox 360. Time Warner Cable’s carriagement of TWCable TV was similarly well appointed, be it so it lacked the DVR tie-ins of its Panasonic the very image we saw earlier. The Verizon FiOS beta app was remarkably rough around the edges, but allowed on this account that either live TV or VOD streaming via the internet. DirecTV clearly had the good in the highest degree showing, but mostly because its implementation is in reality shipping, and now is supported adhering more TVs. From what we’re told, it’s largely legitimate department, not technical concerns that are holding up the apps from launching, yet until they hit Smart TVs in all lands; here you can peruse the pics in the corridor below.
Samsung N-Service pay-TV streaming apps