updated 09:11 am EST, Mon February 3, 2014
Remote antenna/DVR to be available in Greater San Antonio region February 19
Cloud-based DVR and TV streaming service Aereo is expanding its service-providing area again, with its announcement of its upcoming servicing of the Greater San Antonio region. Using Aereo's technology, consumers can pause and rewind any program that they are watching live on computers or mobile devices, or save a program for future viewing. Beginning February 19, consumers in the Greater San Antonio region will be able to use Aereo to have access to over 30 over-the-air channels, as well as Bloomberg Television.
Beginning at $8 per month, Aereo's service includes 20 hours of DVR storage. For an additional $4, consumers can upgrade to receive a total of 60 hours of DVR storage, with new consumers receiving their first month of service free. Aereo is supported on iOS and Android devices, as well as many web browsers.
Huddle for Office integrates Microsoft Office-like functionality
Huddle has released a customized version of Microsoft's productivity suite into its platform, entitled Huddle for Office. Having launched its note-taking app Huddle Note last December, the cloud-based collaboration company's Huddle for Office offers the ability to edit and save Word, Powerpoint and Excel documents directly to the Huddle cloud. This provides the option to save documents locally, as well as eliminating the need to open desktop applications.
The newest addition to Huddle is available on its site as an add-on, with edition pricing starting at $20 per month for its Workgroup level for 25 to 49 users.