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Fetch TV launches pay as you watch Smart TV app

Pocket-Lint: Fetch TV has announced an app for smart TVs, one currently live on Panasonic displays, the other coming to Samsung in Q1 2012.

The app builds on a lot of the content already offered by the two television manufacturers, granting access to things like movies, kids programmes and specialist channels. The service works slightly differently to normal on demand setups, requiring no monthly fee, operating more like a pay as you go service.

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Panasonic Viera TVs get Fetch TV, Vimeo and other new services

Pocket-Lint: Panasonic has announced a bevy of new apps for its Viera connected TV range, including Fetch TV and video website Vimeo.

Fetch TV offers consumers on-demand access to a wealth of movies from major studios, as well as a range of specialist TV channels, covering everything from documentaries to concerts and kids’ programmes.

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Geek Actually Ep150 – Gummi Shots -

GeekActually writes:
This week on Geek Actually David, Josh and Richard take a look at the weird and wonderful world of geeks. Stories include FetchTV, Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs, self replicating robots, solar powered iPads for Zimbabwe, Siri clones for Android, augmented reality style heads up displays for cars and gummi shot glasses. All this plus listener feedback and our picks of the week.

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Pocket-Lint: FetchTV - new HD UI hands-on

Pocket-Lint: When Pocket-lint reviewed the Technika SmartBox 8320HD - the set-top-box laden with IP Vision's FetchTV service - last October, our biggest quibble was that "it won’t win any prizes for design and the user interface isn’t the best around". But fair play to the company, it's listened and addressed the latter. With gusto.

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