updated 02:56 pm EDT, Tue October 22, 2013
AT&T's U-verse expands its live TV streaming service to include Android devices
AT&T's live TV streaming service, U-verse, has expanded its availability to include Android devices and web access on Uverse.com. Earlier this month, the company announced more than 100 live TV channels had been added to the U-verse app. AT&T has also launched the U-verse App on Android tablets, making live TV channels available on more than 30 devices. Offering users On Demand TV shows and movies, the U-verse app additionally features remote DVR management, and advanced content search functionality.
The U-verse app requires users to hold a U-Family TV package or greater. Also available for iOS on iTunes, Android users can download the free U-verse app on Google Play.
Eskuché's Control v2 headphones released, offer 70s aesthetic
Los Angeles-based audio company, Eskuché, has released its latest headphone product: the Control v2. Launching at Apple and Best Buy this week, the new Control consists of a classic rectangular ear cup shape, with calibrated clamping force for custom fit. It's headband is pliable for comfortable longterm wear, and includes Apple-compatible three-button mic control with answer, play/pause and volume control functionality. The Control v2's cording is covered in woven cloth to prevent tangling, and is equipped with a 3.5mm gold-plated L-shape plug. Eskuché's Control v2 headphones are available in orange, blue and brown, and can be purchased online as well as retail locations for $60.