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Sony 4k Tv: Splendid Picture, Not So Splendid Price

Consumers will be able to download 24-hour rentals for $3.99 (for TV shows) and $7.99 for movies. Or you can purchase movies for $29.99. Download times vary, but in general it will take about four times the length of the movie, so you might think about the flick you want to watch a day ahead of time. For now you can download those movies only onto the Sony's 4K Ultra Media HD Media Player (model FMP-X1), which by itself commands ouch about $800. The proprietary player is preloaded with 10 movie titles, including Taxi Driver, The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Amazing Spider-Man and Salt, as well as some seductive shorts that show off 4K in full splendor. The 2-terabyte box only works with Sony TVs. You can offload purchased films to an external hard drive to make room, without having to re-download the content. <br>Source:

New Apple TV Could Be Announced In September The "Modern Family" star rakes in $30 million a year, out-earning the likes of Kerry Washington, Ellen Pompeo and Mindy Kaling thanks to her endorsement deals with brands such as Diet Pepsi and fashion line with Kmart. To compile the list, Forbes looked at the earnings of celebrities between June 2012 and June 2013 , counting money for completed projects and contracts during the time period. The 20 top-paid TV actresses earned $183 million combined. "Law & Order: SVU" star Mariska Hargitay made the list thanks to just her earnings from "SVU." The list also includes reality stars, such as the Kardashians. Click through the gallery below visit this page to see if your favorite TV star made the list. <br>Source:

Highest Paid TV Actresses: Sofia Vergara, Mariska Hargitay, Kerry Washington Make The List

A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs This story is part of the series CriticsCorner 'Daily Show' welcomes back Jon Stewart Weekend TV: 'Teach,' 'Unforgettable' USA TODAY's Robert Bianco previews September 6th's TV lineup from the Critic's Corner, with a CBS special about teachers and PBS shows a love story about old people with 'Last Tango in Halifax.' Robert Bianco, USA TODAY 12:02 a.m. EDT September 6, 2013 What's worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time this weekend. Matt Johnson, a 4th grade teacher at Denver's McGlone Elementary School is one of the educators featured in CBS' 'Teach' on Friday. (Photo: Don Holtz, CBS) SHARECONNECT TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Teach | CBS, Friday, 8 ET/PT Queen Latifah hosts this two-hour salute to America's educators from Oscar winner Davis Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth). The special features appearances from such celebrities as Paul George, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Rashida Jones, along with some stars of upcoming CBS fall series. Because networks seldom spend two hours -- no matter their otherwise altruistic urges -- without getting some promotional bang for their buck. <br>Source:

Weekend TV: 'Teach,' 'Unforgettable'

It was strikingly designed as a bubble of blue plastic that enclosed both the monitor and the computer. Easy to set up, it captured the imagination just as people across the world were having their eyes opened to the benefits of the Internet and considering getting their first home computer. 7. iPod (2001) It wasn't the first digital music player with a hard drive, but it was the first successful one. Apple's expansion into portable electronics has had vast ramifications. <br>Source:

Philips launches Cloud TV with access to hundreds of channels

Philips Cloud TV. (Credit: Philips) Philips rolled out a new cloud-based service promising hundreds of TV channels to its smart TV users. Dubbed Cloud TV , the service announced Thursday streams local, national, international, and special interest TV channels over the Internet to Philips smart TVs. The lineup includes both premium and non-premium channels, most of which are freely available, Philips said. Users can check out the channels through the accompanying Cloud TV app, which sorts them by genre and popularity. Related stories Nuance, Rovi join forces for a future of voice-command TV The service is compatible with all Philips smart TV models introduced in 2012 and later and is already available across parts of Europe and Russia. <br>Source:

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