Aereo confirmed today that its live TV streaming service is sold out in New York for the moment. The news came from CEO Chaitanya Kanojia following a report published on DSLReports by one frustrated cord-cutter.
Motorola recently opened up pre-orders for the Moto G in the United States, and now Amazon is also listing the phone. While Motorola will ship the device starting on December 2, Amazon will also sell the phone and will ship it two days later on December 4.
Comcast is preparing to launch a brand new app called Xfinity TV Go that will reportedly replace its existing Xfinity TV Player app. It will launch on Android and iOS and will offer 35 live TV channels spanning major networks. According to The Verge, which confirmed the story with a Comcast representative, the following channels will land in the lineup:
Instagram is feeling no ill effects following its terms of service nightmare from last year. Instead of seeing a “max exodus,” the company is actually still growing, on Tuesday announcing the app sees 100 million monthly active users—10 million more than last month.
First, we read the news through the newspaper. Then, we watched the news unfold on our TVs. Following that, we took to reading the news again on the Internet before finding ways to watching it through live streams on PCs. Now, we’ve come full circle from just reading the news on our smartphones to now being able to watch live news broadcasts in the palm of our hands whenever we want.
AT&T announced today that its Sierra Wireless Unite 4G LTE hotspot will be available for just 99 cents – yes, you read that correctly – with a new two-year agreement. The Unite supports up to 10 connections at once, from various Wi-Fi-capable devices, and offers a 2.4-inch touchscreen display for keeping track of your data usage, battery life and more.
The Unite was first announced in early January and will launch on Sunday, Feb. 8.
The iOS 6/6.1 jailbreak was just released by the Evad3rs team. We already knew it was coming this morning for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and the group said we could expect it at about noon eastern. It looks like they met that promise, because you can now download the tetherless jailbreak tool. It’s called “evasi0n,” specifically, and can be applied through Linux, OS X or a Windows-based machine (XP or higher).
The site seems to be expecting some issues, likely due to demand, so you may need to wait a bit before you can download the tool.