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Best Buy's Insignia launches connected TV with TiVo

Monday 1 August 2011 | 11:31 CET | News
Best Buy's brand Insignia has launched its Insignia Connected TV. Insignia Connected TV customers can access broadcast and online movies, shows, and music. Insignia Connected TV is providing TiVo-powered interfaces, all without a paid TiVo subscription. Insignia's Connected TV features Netflix, CinemaNow, YouTube, Pandora and Napster, entertainment and social media applications from the chumby content network. The Insignia Connected TV allows customers to connect to broadcast and online entertainment with a step-by-step guided setup. It also allows searching for online movies and shows from

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Best Buy / Facebook / Napster / Netflix / Pandora / Photobucket / TiVo / Twitter / YouTube
Countries: United States
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