Android 4.0 users soon to get streaming video from Time Warner Cable
One part of the news that is not going to sit well with most TWC subscribers with Android is that the streaming video will only be available for those with an Android 4.0 powered device. At least Android users with Ice Cream Sandwich will be able to match those iOS users who already enjoy the streaming video service from Time Warner.
source: TimeWarnerCable via SlashGear
1. theBankRobber posted on 15 Feb 2012, 16:29 1 0
Wow that looks cool, ICS, End of march, hummm
2. Croxy posted on 15 Feb 2012, 16:45 0 0
No point in buying an android device that isn't going to get an ICS update..
3. MorePhonesThanNeeded posted on 15 Feb 2012, 17:47 2 0
Definitely a marketing ploy by Google, make sure that app builders concentrate on apps for the 4.0 version of Android that will guaranteed adoption much faster than any other Android version. Good idea, hopefully it will work and ICS will overtake the other versions soon and then Android fragmentation will cease to be much of an issue...but with so many different chipsets out there, it's still not going to be easy to create apps that work flawlessly on every one of them OEM need to stop creating low end phones that don't have enough RAM to allow for updates to keep the phone relevant for at least 2 cycles.
4. aztaxia12295 posted on 15 Feb 2012, 19:17 0 0
is this twc trying to make us feel better after yanking the msg channel?
5. blazee posted on 15 Feb 2012, 22:08 0 0
Ugh what about cablevision streaming footage, ive been waiting forever...