Looks like its first crowdfunding effort bombed, but Skreens is back and more affordable. For the unfamiliar, Skreens lets you show videos from multiple HDMI sources in one TV or monitor, and customize their layout using a mobile app. It also has a built-in web browser.
A universal remote control with a touch-based and unified search interface. It works with over 200,000 devices and will have remote control apps for streaming devices like Roku and Apple TV. It also works with Zigbee devices. Video here.
Sling TV is a live TV streaming service that doesn’t require a contract, so you can cancel it anytime. $20 a month gets you 12 channels, which include ESPN, TNT and CNN. Access it on Roku, iOS, Android, Windows, Mac and more. Launches 2/9.
An Android media stick that plugs in between your cable box and HDTV. Switch between live TV and digital content by snapping, clapping, whistling or by shaking your phone. A small window shows live TV when you’re on Playmute.
SkreensTV lets you split the screen of a single HDTV or HD monitor into up to six windows: up to five from HDMI sources and one from the built-in web browser. You can arrange and resize the windows through a mobile app.
A streaming device that lets you watch four TV channels in one screen. 4SeTV works with iOS and Android devices, as well as HDTVs with DLNA streaming capability. It can only grab feeds from an HD OTA antenna though. Demo here.
A media player for HDTVs that has a 5MP 1080p camera. It runs Android 4.2.2, has 8GB of storage, a microSD slot, two USB ports, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity plus a remote with built-in keyboard and air mouse.