Will Boxee's rumored device make you cut the cable cord? Video
Will Boxee's rumored device make you cut the cable cord? Video Transcript
I have my very best and I'm -- Levy and this is -- that the show we round up the week's. Biggest hacker and then we vote on what sounds legit and what seems like it'll never ever happen and don't forget that you guys can vote with us keep your eyes peeled for the -- in the interactive player if you're watching on -- In an attempt to deflect from -- on the day -- right. You have an immediate Android app that doesn't use html five and release -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- devices back in September and everyone -- it seems pretty obvious as Zuckerberg even admitted himself that HTML -- -- -- -- -- huge -- Probably will not. And is one of the biggest mistakes not because if you. It's about time native code will help me stop my friends' pictures much faster. Except we have a rumor about Sony's possible next flagship found. Sony is the company with the Xperia line of phones that are always accompanied by an alphabet soup of letters Sony Xperia as LTE and the latest one the T Al which James Bond will use in the next films -- file. So this may be getting rid of the alphabet soup however at least according to information first noticed by -- of mobile. Hitting the company is supposedly -- -- C 650 X Smartphone under the code name of -- Idaho power and noted in -- I declare this on -- -- -- call we really know is that it'll have Android four point one jelly -- docs -- one give vendors will use in their next film edit. -- -- -- Except the -- has hands on photos of the box ETV a device that aims to combine over the air life TV broadcasts. DVR functionality and web apps into a single home theater solution. This is only dream come true seriously as a cable cutter this is going to change my life. Just last week when I needed to re wind the over the air broadcast of the -- eight to see if he had really steady is gonna kill big bird the current. Boxee box requires a separately sold dongle to watch -- TV but the new box has a TV tuner and external antennas also sent to be included. And the new hardware will provide similar network streaming abilities to those found in the present model so you can still watch all your -- homeland or whatever it is you do it. Prepared this thing delivers bags of money to my doorstep if it does not top chef -- although then I'm out. But see it's a cost benefit analysis I also watched top -- I buy it on Amazon and even doing that I still save money from paying a monthly cable right for you watch it and daily and -- -- dollar short but I'm not a dollars -- I got cash money in the pocket. What do you guys think is this the cable cutting dream come true we've been waiting for don't forget to vote while -- -- -- people of San Francisco what they. But there's Xbox it's coming out it's a rumor. That will provide over the air broadcasts and you can also are this would not just adding part. -- One quick question do you honey business. First of all you have people CD. Ever consider getting rid of it and just going cable cutter free. It one more question do you know honey do. No. Didn't go at your betterment -- do you have cable TV. Now -- it and how. Do you watch TV on the Internet hurt you -- -- pop -- -- I've watched data. TV program online. Or via either a news. May. Have with the idea. You're not in Santa ain't enough to watch it. Keep people -- on line. Now one more question do you know who -- that the newest I not -- -- do you have a cable subscription. Yes I. -- considered becoming a cable cutter. -- Who would want -- cable cutter. So the people on the street with cable didn't seem willing to part with it at all of them all the number of plants but the -- -- -- counseling. The CNET content -- to -- editors to cast their ballots anonymously their opinions are not endorsement by CNET or CBS act obviously because these are rumors folks. -- council's verdict is. Yunnan. Knows how ar CNET editors are really not they didn't EV RE over the air network television is a popular cable cutter feature. That could learn cable attic like you away from your monthly bills -- family they can't live without access to honey do now. I don't even though -- and I'm proud. Our call -- the week comes from her rude. Who writes about the iPad mini it all these rumors turn out to be accurate and I'm can gates that Apple can no longer keep its development projects secret. Kinda takes away from Apple's magical and unexpected grand reveals doesn't. That's our show everybody please share your rumors that rumor has it at cnet.com or call sat when he -- -- -- us CNET and tweet us into next week for more technical. Unanimous knows -- -- CNET editors really. Don't think. That could alert cable addicts away from their monthly bills is not -- they can't live without access to and he didn't. I didn't know -- -- even. -- warmer time and I'm gonna do a perfect. Yeah that's -- -- time and all of us that there are. And that. It. Step up -- -- -- -- --
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