May 2013  Articles

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Articles for May of 2013

Below are the 146 articles for May of 2013

iOS Users Must Try Google Now, Right Now

Google Now is finally available to iOS users via an update to the Google Search app. There are five good reasons you need to try Now, right now.

T-Mobile Officially Merged with MetroPCS

The deal is done. After months of preparations and approvals, T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS have officially merged into one company, T-Mobile US.

Rumored HTC M4 Leak Shows a Smaller HTC One with Lesser Specs

The HTC One has quickly become a favorite amongst critics and enthusiasts alike, and now HTC may be spreading the premium design of its newest flagship to a more mid-range[...]

LG Optimus G Pro Coming Exclusively to AT&T on May 10

AT&T today announced that it will begin selling the LG's new big-screened phablet, the LG Optimus G Pro, on May 10 for $200 and a two-year contract. Pre-orders start May[...]

Call of Duty: Ghosts Arrives November 5

The next entry in the blockbuster Call of Duty franchise is called Call of Duty: Ghosts. The FPS will come to PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on November 5. No[...]

Smart Headlights Could Make it Easier to Drive at Night in the Rain

Hate driving in the rain at night? Intel wants to make it easier for you.

Moms, Dads, & Grads 2013 Buyers Guide

Mom and Dad have a day coming up, and grads will soon be marking a major life milestone. Increasingly, that means gifts, and often, that translates into gadgets.

Surface Shipments Hit 900,000 in Q1, Says IDC

Research firm IDC has issued its latest tablet market report, and it would appear that not much has changed from last quarter to this one. Apple and Samsung are still[...]

Track your Dog’s Activity Levels with FitBark

Keep tabs on your dog's fitness levels with FitBark, the fitness tracker for man's best friend.

Facebook Introduces Trusted Contacts, a Friendly New Security Feature

Facebook today launched a new ‘Trusted Contacts’ feature, which gives users the option to recover their accounts with the help of a few close Facebook friends.

Chef Sleeve Smart Food Scale to Make Calorie Counting Easier

Stop Googling the calories of everything you eat. With the Chef Sleeve Smart Food Scale, you can get all the info you want just by weighing.

Google Releases Chrome App for Google Keep

Google has released a Google Keep app for Chrome web browsers.

Barnes & Noble Adds Google Play Support to Nook HD and Nook HD+

Barnes & Noble has announced that it is opening up the forked version of Android found on its Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets by giving them support for the[...]

Toshiba WT310 Announced, Brings Windows 8 to Business Users

Toshiba has announced the launch of the WT310, a Windows 8 Pro tablet aimed at business users. Available in the UK sometime in the second quarter of this year, the[...]

Almost Half of Internet-capable Home Entertainment Devices in U.S. Are Actually Connected, Says NPD

The modern American living room is more connected to the Web than ever before, but a new study from The NPD Group shows that just under half of all Internet-capable[...]

Iconia A1 Budget Android Tablet Announced at Acer NYC Event

Acer has a new budget Android tablet.

Acer Announces Aspire R7 with Ezel Hinge Design

Acer announced its new Ultrabook Aspire A7 with a new hinge design.

Acer Aspire P3 Is “World’s First Ultrabook Convertible”

The world’s first Ultrabook convertible has arrived, at least if you listen to Acer.

ZVox ZBase 555 Single Cabinet Surround Sound System Review

An all-in-one speaker system is supposed to eliminate the need for complicated setups. Find out if it compromises audio quality in this full ZVox ZBase 555 review.

Nike+ SportWatch GPS Review

Training for a marathon or just looking to get into shape for swimsuit season? Check out this Nike+ SportWatch GPS review.

Barnes & Noble Cutting Nook HD and Nook HD+ Prices until May 12 (UPDATE: Amazon Does the Same for Kindle Fire HD)

Just a few days removed from opening up its Nook HD and Nook HD+ to the hundreds of thousands of apps found in the Google Play store, Barnes & Noble[...]

YouTube Reportedly Launching Paid Subscriptions

The Financial Times is reporting Google may launch a YouTube subscription service as early as this week.

Fitness Gadgets to Fuel Next Personal and Work Life Convergence

Your employer could start tracking your fitness levels as a condition of employment. Find out why it's the next front in the personal/professional-life convergence.

Fitbit Flex Wristband Shipping Today for $100

Wearable fitness-tracking devices are a dime a dozen these days, but that hasn’t stopped Fitbit from adding a new wristband to its ever-growing series of health-monitoring machines: the Fitbit Flex.

The Sims 4 Announced, Coming to PC and Mac in 2014 (UPDATE)

Electronic Arts has officially confirmed The Sims 4, the next installment in the longstanding life simulation franchise. It’ll arrive on PC and Mac sometime in 2014.

Here are the Latest Next Xbox Rumors (UPDATE)

The next Xbox is coming, whether Microsoft wants to talk about it or not. Tons of new rumors and leaks about the new console have surfaced over the past couple[...]

Adobe Rebrands Creative Suite, Moves Everything to Creative Cloud

Adobe has moved all its products to its Creative Cloud subscription service.

Sony Announces New VAIO Fit Notebooks

Sony has announced a new line of notebooks, VAIO Fit, aimed at business users and students looking for a premium design at a budget price.

Windows Blue Coming This Year, Says Microsoft (UPDATE: Public Preview in June)

Following months of leaks, rumors and speculation, Microsoft has confirmed that Windows Blue, a forthcoming software update to Windows 8, will arrive before the end of the year.

Nokia Lumia 928 Revealed, Arriving on Verizon

Nokia has confirmed the long-rumored Lumia 928, while a recent magazine ad has revealed that the device will be coming to Verizon.

Sony VAIO Fit 15 Notebook Review

The VAIO Fit 15 is part of Sony's just-announced VAIO Fit line of notebooks. Find out if its any good in this full Windows 8 notebook review.

ZVox Z-Base V220 Review: Home Theater Audio on a Budget

Audio is half the home theater experience, and low-cost speaker systems can deliver decent sound. Find out if this $200 ZVox speaker system is one of them.

Nike+ is Running Away With My Heart

GPS run-tracking watches are no longer the gadget of choice for professional runners and fitness buffs. Amateurs have much to gain from the increasingly popular device.

VIDEO: Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Preview

Get a closer look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 with this video preview.

Adobe Ventures into Peripherals with ‘Project Mighty’ Stylus and ‘Project Napoleon’ Digital Ruler

Fresh off of its head-turning shift to the Creative Cloud, Adobe has announced that it is diving into hardware with its own smart stylus and smart ruler -- codenamed ‘Mighty’[...]

Report: 32.8 Million Android Devices Infected by Malware in 2012

A report from NQ Mobile indicated malware attacks are on the rise, up 163 percent from 2011.

The Future of the Desktop Is in the All-in-One

All-in-ones have the potential to save the desktop PC market, or completely reinvent it.

Jabra Revo Headphones Review: They Sound as Great as They Look

The Revo headphones from Jabra are an attractive option for anyone looking for something other than Beats, but do minor quirks outweigh fantastic sound quailty?

Toshiba Satellite P857-S7102 Notebook Review

The Toshiba Satellite P857-S7102 is a mid-tier notebook that offers a beautiful display and a ton of performance. Find out more about this Windows 8 laptop in this full review.

Microsoft Offering $1 Billion for Nook Media’s Digital Assets, Says Report

Microsoft is trying to purchase the digital ecosystem of Nook Media LLC for $1 billion, according to a TechCrunch report.

Nokia Announces DC-18 External Charger for Lumia and Asha 501 Devices

Nokia's DC-18 portable charger allows users to instantly charge their Lumia and Asha 501 devices on the go.

Ouya Retail Launch Delayed to June 25

The retail launch of the Ouya game console has been pushed back three weeks due to consumer and retailer demand, Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman announced this morning.

Huawei W1 Brings No-Contract Windows Phone 8 to US This Month

The Huawei Ascend W1 has been available overseas for a few months now, but today Huawei announced its plans to bring the handset to America without the 'Ascend' branding.

It Would Take 182 Years to Watch all of Netflix’s HD Streaming Content

Netflix is big... really big.

AT&T Launches Aio Wireless, Offers No-Contract Pre-paid Plans

AT&T launched Aio Wireless today in Houston, Orlando and Tampa, offering customers no-contract, prepaid plans.

YouTube Goes Paid: Subscription Channels Now Official and Available

YouTube is launching a pilot program with a “small group of partners” for paid channel subscriptions on the popular video-streaming site.

Amazon Reportedly Working on a 3D Smartphone

Amazon is reportedly working on releasing a 3D smartphone as well as an audio-only streaming device.

Disney Turns Fans Into Stormtroopers with 3D Printing

The force is strong in this 3D printing story.

Nokia Announces Lumia 928 Smartphone, Verizon Exclusive

The Nokia Lumia 928 is the company's newest Windows Phone 8 device, and will be exclusive to Verizon Wireless customers.

Microsoft Developing a Windows Set-Top Box?

Microsoft is reportedly working on a set-top box, which would work across Windows devices.

Report: Google Will Update Wallet at I/O, Won’t Offer Physical Credit Card

Don't expect Google to unveil any plastic at I/O.

VIDEO: It’s Spring! Time to Fulfill Those CES Promises, Right?

It's been four months since CES, so where are all the gadgets and devices?

Just What is NFC, Or Near Field Communications?

You've likely heard about NFC, or near-field communications, as a feature on smartphones, or maybe even a credit card replacement. So, exactly what is it?

5K Runmeter GPS Running App Review

The 5K Runmeter app offers serious runners, training plans, relevant data and some extra motivation to get training.

ABC To Offer Live-Streaming via iOS App

Beginning this week, ABC will offer live-streaming on its iOS app to cable and satellite subscribers.

Zact Offers A La Carte Smartphone Plans on Sprint’s Network

Zact offers pay-as-you-go plans in a whole new way. Customers pay for exactly what they use and nothing more.

Amazon Introduces Coins, A New Virtual Currency

Amazon now has its own virtual currency... Coins!

Aereo Streamlines Price Plans Ahead of Boston Launch

Aereo will bring its controversial streaming TV service to Boston in just a couple days, but today the company announced that it is refreshing its price plans to hopefully make[...]

Metro: Last Light Review: Tunnel Vision

Metro: Last Light returns players to the dark Russian atmosphere of its predecessor, Metro 2033, but has the gameplay been tightened up enough to make the sequel worth checking out?[...]

Samsung Galaxy S4 Launch Moved Up to May 23 on Verizon

Verizon users eager to get their hands on the Galaxy S4 got some good news today, as the carrier has pushed up the flagship phone's launch date.

Nokia Lumia 925 Announced, Headed to T-Mobile

For the second time in the span of a week, Nokia has introduced a new entry in its Lumia 920 series Windows Phone flagships.

Microsoft adds Google Talk Support to Outlook.com, SkyDrive.com

In a bid to reclaim some users it lost to Google’s Gmail service, Microsoft is adding, well, a Google service.

Nvidia Shield Launches in June for $350

Nvidia has announced that its ‘Project Shield’ handheld gaming console will officially be called the Nvidia Shield, and will ship this June for $350. Pre-orders open today for select users,[...]

What is HD Voice and When Will it Be the Standard?

HD Voice will bring greater call clarity to smartphones; but what is it exactly and when will we get it?

BlackBerry Announces Q5 Device, Z10 BB 10.1 Update at BlackBerry Live

BlackBerry anounced the Q5 and a software update for the Z10 at BlackBerry Live today.

BlackBerry Q10 Coming to Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile Starting in June

The BlackBerry Q10 will be available on the Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile networks as early as June.

Microsoft Confirms Windows Blue will be Free, Named Windows 8.1

As previously rumored, Microsoft today announced that the forthcoming ‘Blue’ update to Windows 8 will be called Windows 8.1.

BlackBerry Messenger Coming to iOS, Android This Summer

BlackBerry announced it will be sharing its popular BBM service with iOS and Android users by the end of the summer.

Square Stand Turns the iPad into a Register

Square Stand will give small businesses, as well as larger businesses, an easy alternative to standard cash register systems.

Microsoft Rumored to Ditch Microsoft Points with Next Xbox

Microsoft will replace the Microsoft Points virtual currency system it primarily uses with the Xbox 360 in favor of regular cash and a new gift card scheme, according to a[...]

Philips Hue App Gets Update, Brings Geofencing and IFTTT Integration

With the Hue update, household light bulbs can works as alarms, timers, and even push notifications.

Verizon, VMware Team Up To Offer Virtual Workspace to Android Users

Verizon business customers can now purchase licensing run VMware Horizon Mobile on their Android smartphones.

Google Launches Google Play Game Services

Google has confirmed previous speculation and announced the launch of Google Play game services at its annual I/O conference today. The platform packs many features that should be familiar to[...]

Google Reveals Stock Android Version of Samsung Galaxy S4

In a surprise move, Google and Samsung have teamed up to release a new version of the Galaxy S4 that ditches Samsung’s TouchWiz interface and instead runs stock Android Jelly[...]

Google Launches Google Play Music: All Access, Streaming Music Service

Google has announced a new music streaming and discovery service called Google Play Music: All Access

Google Reveals Hangout App, Updates to Google+ and Photos

Google announced Hangout, a cross-platform communication tool.

Google Search Gets Conversational, Google Now Gets New Cards

Google search is about to get conversational, and very personal.

Google Maps Redesigned for Desktop and Mobile

At its I/O conference today, Google announced that it is refreshing its Maps app for mobile devices and overhauling its browser counterpart.

Gmail Users Can Now Email Money To Friends, Get Real-Time Flight Information

Gmail has received a host of new features, including the integration of Google Wallet and real-time flight status updates.

EA Nixes Online Pass Program

Video game publisher Electronic Arts has revealed that it will be dropping its Online Pass program from all of its new games going forward.

Android Devices Make Up 75 Percent Of All Smartphones on the Market

Combined, Android and iOS make up 92.3 percent of the market, leaving BlackBerry and Windows in their dust,

Gran Turismo 6 Announced for PS3 This Holiday

Sony has confirmed that the next entry in its Gran Turismo series of racing simulators, Gran Turismo 6, will launch on PlayStation 3 sometime this holiday season.

Slingbox 500 Review: Watch Your TV, Anywhere

Slingbox promises to deliver "your TV, anywhere." Let's find out if its latest home theater set-top box, the Slingbox 500, actually delivers on that lofty claim.

The New Google Maps is Here, And it’s Excellent

Google Maps was good, but now it's great thanks to a major update announced earlier this week at Google I/O. Find out why TG is so excited about the new[...]

UV Tattoos: Business by Day, Party by Night

A tattoo that can only be seen under black light? Why would anyone want something like that?

Galaxy S4 to Pass 10 Million Sales Mark Next Week, Says Samsung CEO

Samsung co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun believes sales of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will pass the 10 million mark as soon as next week.

Samsung TecTiles 2 Allows Users To Automate Everyday Smartphone Functions

Samsung has launched a new iteration of its TecTiles NFC programmable tags, which allow users to automate everyday smartphone functions.

Nintendo Announces Exclusive Deals with Sega and Best Buy, Details Upcoming Games at Nintendo Direct

Nintendo held another one of its Nintendo Direct video conferences this morning, this time focusing on some of the games that'll hit the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS this summer.[...]

Yahoo Acquires Tumblr for $1.1 Billion

Yahoo today announced that it has acquired popular blogging service Tumblr for $1.1 billion in cash.

Roku 3 Review: Faster and Smaller, but is it Worth an Upgrade?

The Roku 3 is the latest media streaming box from the industry leader. But is it the greatest? Find out in this full Roku 3 review.

Best Buy Begins Offering Sony 4K TVs

Best Buy has started offering Sony’s various Ultra HDTVs in an effort to reignite its TV sales business.

A Top Down Approach to Life with a Convertible Attitude

Follow the exploits of student and Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11s user Valerie Sarnataro in her blog, Balancing Act, as she balances her work, school and social life with this[...]

Sony Teases PlayStation 4 in New Video

Sony's latest video teases the physical Playstation 4 console, and announces it will be unveiled on June 10.

Dish Anywhere App Update Brings On Demand to iPhone and Android Devices

Dish today announced an update to its Dish Anywhere mobile app that lets iPhone and Android users take their on demand content from their couches to their smartphones or tablets.

Tumblr Users Head to WordPress in Wake of Yahoo Acquisition

Yahoo has acquired Tumblr, and while it promises to keep the site the way it is, some users are weary.

LogMeIn Wants IT Pros to Embrace the Cloud with AppGuru

LogMeIn has found the bring-your-own-apps trend to be widespread across workplaces in the past, and today the software company is introducing AppGuru to help IT professionals cope.

Xbox One Official: The New Microsoft All-in-One System

The new Xbox One is official. Get all the details here as they happen.

Meet Ellie, The Virtual Psychologist

Ellie, the virtual psychologist, could change the face of mental health with her unbiased nature.

Everything You Need To Know About the Microsoft Xbox One

Here's everything you need to know about the Microsoft Xbox One, an All-in-One system, according to Microsoft, that seems very different past consoles.

Google Rolls Out Conversational Search Feature to Chrome

The first of the Google Chrome updates have arrived and users can now have a conversation with the search engine.

Reality Bites: The Xbox One Plays a Different Game

The Xbox One may not be a hardcore gaming console, but it's a natural byproduct of the connected world today.

HTC’s Got 99 Problems, And the One is One

HTC has suffered a string of setbacks as of late, from poor sales to its employees jumping ship.

Absolute Software Brings LoJack To Samsung Galaxy S4

LoJack, a popular theft prevention and recovery software for automobiles and laptops, is baked into the Samsung Galaxy S4 and will launch early this summer.

Cooking with a Convertible, the Perfect Sous-Chef

Who needs a sous-chef when you have a Yoga? Certainly not Valerie, who reports on a new use for her device in the latest installment of Balancing Act.

Move Over Siri, Google Voice Search Coming to iOS

iOS users tired of Siri will be happy to hear that with a forthcoming Chrome update, they will be able to opt for Google instead.

Forget Skype, Now it’s Time to “Hangout” with Google

Google announced sweeping changes to its Hangout service at Google I/O. Will it make it the go-to video chat service for users likely tied to Skype? It really should.

HTC One Sales Reportedly Around 5 Million

Good news has been hard to come by for HTC as of late, but amidst all the reports of departing executives, the company’s flagship HTC One smartphone appears to be[...]

Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 Review: Budget Gaming Notebook

The Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 is an affordable gaming notebook that offers all around utility and performance.

Facebook ‘Holding Off’ on Launching HTC First in UK and France

The HTC First, the mid-range smartphone most notable for being the first phone to come with Facebook Home pre-installed, will not be going on sale in the UK or France[...]

Mailbox Now Available for iPad

The widely hyped Mailbox app, which promises to get users to Inbox Zero, is now available for iPad.

America’s ‘Driving Boom’ Is Dead, Says Report

Future automobiles may be on track to have improved technologically, but will as many people be willing to drive them?

Microsoft Confirms New Kinect for Windows Launching Next Year

Just days after unveiling its revamped Kinect sensor for the upcoming Xbox One, Microsoft today announced that it will release another version of the new motion sensor for Windows sometime[...]

Nikon D5200 Review

After spending a few weeks with the Nikon D5200, we decided it is a pretty great entry-level DSLR camera with some impressive specs.

Best Buy Cutting iPhone Price by $50, Starting Sunday

Get $50 off an iPhone, this weekend at Best Buy.

Samsung TecTiles 2 Review: Automate Common Smartphone Functions

Samsung TecTiles 2 are programmable NFC stickers that automate common smartphone tasks. That sounds cool, right?

Details Emerge On Xbox One Used-Game Market

Retailers have reportedly been briefed on the process of buying and selling used games for the Microsoft Xbox One.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Tablet Review

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is the newest tablet in Samsung’s pen-based Android tablet line. Is it any good?

Nikon 1 S1 Review

The Nikon 1 S1 is the little brother of the Nikon 1 J3. That was a slick little interchangeable lens camera. How about this one?

Panasonic SC-HTB70 Speaker Bar Review

Speaker bars can give you a surround sound experience on a tight budget, but is the Panasonic SC-HTB70 worth it compared to others in its class?

Lights! Camera! A Positive Reaction!

  Follow the exploits of  student and Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11s user Valerie Sarnataro in her blog, Balancing Act, as she balances her work, school and social life with this  new and innovative  tablet[...]

How the iPad is Changing the Face of Small Business

The iPad is cropping up in small businesses, and even some larger ones, as a way to cut costs, increase efficiency, and manage the day to day.

LG Unveils White Nexus 4

LG has officially revealed a white version of its Nexus 4 smartphone, which the company will roll out worldwide "over the next several weeks."

Jabra Motion Bluetooth Headset Review

The Jabra Motion Bluetooth headset leads the way in sound quality and comfort, making its NFC compatibility and motion sensors the cherry on top.

Samsung Galaxy S4 To Support Verizon AWS Network

The Verizon Samsung Galaxy S4 will soon be a bit faster.

BlackBerry Q10 Coming to T-Mobile on June 5

BlackBerry's newest QWERTY device will hit T-Mobile on June 5 for $99 down and 24 monthly payments of $20.

Dish Network Launches Social App For Hopper, Integrates Facebook and Twitter

A new Social app integrates Twitter and Facebook to gives users a more social television-viewing experience.

Spotify Adds Discover Feature to Keep Up with Competition

In an effort to keep up with similar service, Spotify has added a "Discover" feature to recommend new music to listeners.

Apple CEO Talks Next Versions of iOS and OS X, Porting Apps, Google Glass and More at D11

The 11th annual D: All Things Digital conference kicked off in California last night, and Apple CEO Tim Cook was the first industry figure to take the stage.

Amazon Launches “Login With Amazon” Service To Developers

Users could login to popular sites, apps and games with their Amazon accounts as developers adopt the feature.

Enterprise Mobile Apps: Increasing Productivity One Company at a Time

You won't find these enterprise apps in Google Play or the iOS App Store. Instead, they have to be built specifically for the enterprise. But all that work often pays[...]

Google Rolls Out Updates to Gmail, Adds Tabs for Automated Messages

Google is banking on the separation of automated emails from the rest of the inbox making it easier to users to sort through their emails.

Verizon Announces AWS Support For Seven Devices

Seven devices will run super fast on Verizon's AWS network when it 's activated later this year.

Motorola Unveils Its Next Flagship, the Moto X

After months of rumors, Motorola has confirmed that its next flagship smartphone is called the Moto X. It'll arrive this summer on multiple carriers.

Samsung Galaxy S4 mini Officially Announced

A smaller version of Samsung's flagship smartphone has been announced, but it's not exactly "mini."

Apple Releases New 16GB iPod Touch

A new iPod touch is here!

Blackberry Q10 Available for Pre-Order at Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless is now accepting pre-orders for the Blackberry Q10, expected to ship June 6.

HTC One Google Edition Launches June 26, Running Stock Android

Move over Samsung, HTC has announced the HTC One: Google Edition.

Google Play Music: All Access Coming To iOS

iOS users will have access to Google's streaming music service in the coming weeks.

King’s Quest: Clandestine: Anomaly & Building a Better AR Game

Meet Clandestine: Anomaly, an augmented reality mobile game that wants no less than to change the way video game stories are told. For real.

Will FanTV Bridge the Gap Between Cable and Streaming Services?

FanTV has announced a set top box that could close the divide between cable and streaming services.

Taking Flight with My Tablet in Tow

Follow the exploits of  student and Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11s user Valerie Sarnataro in her blog, Balancing Act, as she balances her work, school and social life with this  new and innovative  tablet and[...]

Roku Could Develop Operating System For TVs

New investments could give Roku the funds to develop an operating system for televisions.

Razer Announces Blade and Blade Pro, Brings Haswell to Gaming Notebooks

Razer may have made waves earlier this year with its gaming tablet offerings, but today the company has announced two new entries in its Blade line of gaming notebooks.

White Nexus 4 Available Now from Google Play and T-Mobile

A friendly PSA for any Nexus 4 fans in the United States: The recently-announced white version of Google's flagship phone is now available from both Google Play and T-Mobile.

Motorola is Creating a Tattoo and Pill for Password Authentication

Tired of remember all of your passwords? Motorola wants to fix that with a digital tattoo and pill.

Hulu Plus Rolling out Update for Roku, Blu-Ray, and Samsung Smart TVs

Hulu Plus released an updated user interface today for users with compatible Samsung Smart TVs, Blu-Ray Players, and Roku set top boxes.