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Is it a gaming console? Is it a media streamer? Well, Amazon's Fire TV is a little of both. Sure, the $99 set-top box is lightning fast thanks to its "ASAP" technology. But in an ecosystem all to its own, will the Fire TV be able to attract enough development and content to stay afloat in an already saturated market?
Today, Dropbox is bringing its popular iOS Mailbox app to Android for an attractive price of $0 -- and it's got a few exclusive features to boot. The company also teased a glimpse of a desktop client, which it's offering as a limited beta for the extra curious.
Pretty soon, you'll have to use Facebook's standalone Messenger app to continue chatting with your friends. Zuckerberg and Co. are officially dropping message functionality within the company's mobile app.
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- Key specs
- Reviews • 5
- Type Audio / video player
- Video services Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, Other
- Audio services Pandora, Other
- Video codec support h.264 / AVC, MPEG-4, VC-1
- Audio codec support AAC, MP3
- Video outputs HDMI (1 outputs, v1.4)
- Audio outputs TOSLINK (optical)
- Released 2014-04-02