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Briefly: Asus prototype USB monitor, 4oD adds carrier streaming

updated 06:15 am EDT, Wed June 4, 2014

Asus demonstrates prototype 14-inch USB 3.0 display at Computex

Asus has quietly put a small touchscreen display on show at Computex, one that runs off a USB cable. The unnamed 14-inch USB touch monitor is powered-by and connects solely over USB 3.0, with Engadget noting it to have a resolution of 1,366x768 and ten-finger multitouch support. There are no launch details for the monitor, due to it being a prototype, with no suggestion made of a possible release date nor price.




Channel 4 updates 4oD on iOS to stream TV shows over 3G, LTE

British broadcaster Channel 4 has updated its on-demand video app, 4oD, allowing iOS users to watch shows over a 3G or 4G LTE cellular connection. The Next Web reports the app previously would only allow users to search through TV listings over the mobile phone network, restricting streams and downloads to just Wi-Fi connections. The update only extends to iOS, with Android users continuing to be restricted to Wi-Fi only.




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