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Raspberry Pi: Stream the 2018 World Cup to your mobile phone yourself

Especially those who want to follow sporting events like the 2018 World Cup on their mobile phones can do so comfortably with the help of a Raspberry Pi with tvheadend and VPN via PPTPD. Everything you need for this setup is already there if you are using tvheadend on a Raspberry Pi with DVB-C. If this is not the case, you should ...

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Does streaming displace normal television?

Streaming services are becoming more and more popular - I personally hardly use "normal" TV anymore when it comes to evening entertainment. How are other readers here? Whether Netflix, Watchever or Amazon Instant Video - streaming services abound. Netflix & Amazon rely on self-produced content to attract new customers. This business model, which has been in the ...

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Geniatech ATV1200: now with Linux XBMC

For the Geniatech or myGICA ATV1200 Android TV box is now a Linux XBMC image released. With it comes an interface reduced to XBMC, but those who don't want to use Android apps anyway get a fast XBMC box that has no problems with full HD videos. The switch from Android to Linux is easy: the current Linux XBMC image is available for download at Geniatech ...

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Raspberry Pi: Live television with tvheadend

There are many possible uses for the Raspberry Pi. One of them: streaming a DVB signal to the network, e.g. to watch live TV in rooms without good DVB-T reception. What you need: a Raspberry Pi, a DVB-T stick that is supported by Linux and a suitable client (if you don't want to use XBMC directly on the Raspberry) ...

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