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  1. cageymaru

    IMDb Launches Freedive- An Ad-Supported Free Video Streaming Service

    Amazon owned IMDb has announced the launch of its ad-supported free video streaming service called Freedive. Freedive will be available to all IMDb visitors regardless of using a laptop, desktop, or Amazon Fire TV device. The initial lineup of content includes free TV shows such as Fringe...
  2. cageymaru

    Amazon to Tap Customer Data to Choose Appealing Ads for Free Fire TV Service

    Sources are alluding to Amazon releasing a free Fire TV exclusive video service through their subsidiary IMDB. The service is described as similar to Hulu and will use 1st and 3rd party data collected by Amazon and partners to tailor advertising to appeal to individual viewers. This is the...
  3. DooKey

    Amazon may Make a Free, Ad-Supported Streaming Service for Fire TVs

    Amazon may be making a free, ad-supported streaming service called Free Dive for Fire TVs. It may be similar to The Roku Channel and have licensed content from studios like Sony and Paramount. Also, this won't replace Prime Video and will simply be a supplement to that service. How well this...
  4. DooKey

    Firefox Browser Now Available for Fire TV

    Amazon recently released their homegrown browser, Silk, for use on their Fire TV products. Of course it's Silk and I know a lot of you don't like that browser. Now you can use a modern browser on your Fire TV and web surf on the big screen all day long. Go to the Amazon Appstore and grab it...
  5. DooKey

    Amazon Releases Their Silk Web Browser for the Amazon Fire TV

    Amazon has released their Silk web browser out into the wild for those of us that own a 1st or 2nd generation Fire TV or 2nd generation Fire Stick. However, it's not compatible with the latest pendant version of the Fire TV, but is expected out next month for this device. All in all this is a...
  6. Zarathustra[H]

    Apple Hires Amazon’s Fire TV Head to Run Apple TV Business

    Apparently Apple has hired Timothy D. Twerdahl, Amazon's former head of Fire TV as Vice President in charge of the Apple TV. (Warning, linked page contains a video which plays automatically.) Twerdahl has previously also held roles at both Roku and Netflix. The Apple TV is a part of Apples...