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Apple could soon own 'Game of Thrones,' Time Warner

Winter is definitely here were Apple to buy Time Warner.

Is HBO’s standalone on-demand video service DOA?

Growing pains have stymied the launch of a standalone HBO Go product.

Apple's Plans For The Next Apple TV Have Now Been Leaked

There's further proof a new Apple TV is launching soon.

Apple’s Plan For An iTV Said To Finally Be Gaining Important Support

Time Warner's CEO now supports a so-called iTV. This is huge news, assuming it leads to a contract with Apple.

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Comcast To Stream TV To Your iPad With AnyPlay

Following CableVision and Time Warner, it's now Comcast's turn to work on a live TV offering for your iPad.

Viacom Goes After Cablevision Over Live iOS Video Streaming

Viacom sued Cablevision Systems Corp. on Thursday, accusing the cable provider of unlawfully streaming video content via mobile devices, such as the iPad.

Will Time Warner And Viacom Agree To Higher Costs For iDevice Owners?

Time Warner and Viacom might end their feud over video streaming. But, is this good (or bad) news for subscribers.

Viacom Goes After Cablevision Over iPad Streaming Rights

While Time Warner’s feud with cable networks over its streaming iPad app received more coverage, Cablevision is also being criticized by one of the same entertainment giants. According to CNet, Viacom has accused the cable operator of providing live TV streaming of its networks that it “has not granted.” Will a cease and desist letter follow?

Time Warner, Viacom Prepare For Battle Over iPad Streaming

Time Warner has asked a court to determine whether it has the right to stream channels it carries using its month-old TWCable TV iPad app. In kind, Viacom has filed a lawsuit of its own against the cable giant. This sets up a classic battle between leaders in the entertainment industry.

Top AppAdvice News & Apps Of The Past Week

Some giants in media began their fights, as Amazon revealed its cloud. Meanwhile, Angry Birds Rio sold ten million copies in just ten days, while the $41 million Color app joined the App Store and fell flat. Finally, AppAdvice introduced the world to the iPad 2i, but it was all just a joke. These stories and more made news during the last week.

A Fight Joined: Time Warner Adds 20 Channels To Its Streaming App

Less than 24 hours after removing 11 channels from its TWCable TV app for the iPad, Time Warner has added 20 more. The changes, which take effect immediately, were announced through an email sent to Time Warner customers.

Time Warner Blinks, Eliminates Channels From TWCable TV App

Hours after Fox Cable requested Time Warner remove its channels from the new TWCable TV app for the iPad the cable giant has blinked. Effective immediately, Time Warner customers will no longer be able to stream programs using the app from Discovery, Fox, and Viacom.

Battle Escalates: Fox Demands Time Warner Pull Its Programming From Streaming App

Fox has sent Time Warner a letter demanding the cable giant stop streaming its content on the weeks-old TWCable TV app for the iPad. This follows the sending of a cease-and-desist order to Time Warner by “unnamed” networks one week ago demanding similar action.

Time Warner, Networks Preparing For Battle Over Live TV Streaming Rights

Cable giant Time Warner has been sent a cease and desist order over its week-old TWCable TV app, which allows streaming of live television. Apparently this upsets some TV network executives who want a bigger piece of the pie.

Time Warner Releasing First Live TV iPad App

In a first for a cable or satellite provider, Time Warner announced today it will release an iPad app that plays live TV. The free app will launch in the App Store tomorrow morning, March 15.

March Madness Games Free On iPhone And iPad, But Android Users Are Out Of Luck

Free March Madness coverage of every game will be available exclusively to iOS users, CBS and Time Warner have announced. Android customers aren't so lucky.

Time Warner Is Making The Leap To iPad

With announcements coming almost daily from TV providers about forthcoming apps, Time Warner's take on iPad support seems to be one of the best.