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  1. 6 Best Roku Channels Available in Canada

    Industry News
    If you're looking for more streaming content and hoping to cut out cable, Roku is a good option. There are so many ways to get video content on your screen, be it your computer, laptop, tablet, phone or other device. Watching it on your TV is somehow sometimes one of the most satisfying options...
  2. Apple TV (3rd Gen) vs Roku 3

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    With my Rogers TV/Internet contract coming due in July, I'm ready to try cutting the cord… I can't decide if I should go Apple TV or Roku 3 Info Older Samsung HDTV LG Bluray/HTiB, mid 2009 MacBook Pro Iphone 4S Itunes music library, but no purchased tv or movies. Bunch of DVD tv series, but...
  3. M-Go on Roku and Unblock-Us

    Internet Television: Streaming (Netflix/Apple TV)
    For a number of months, my pay-per-view M-Go service was available and working great on my Roku players using Unblock-Us DNS Proxy, however, it stopped working earlier this month (noticed it early April 2014). Upon investigation and checking with Roku and M-Go support, it seems that Roku/M-Go...
  4. New Streaming Stick from Roku available for pre-order in Canada

    Industry News
    The new HDMI version of Roku’s Streaking Stick is now available for pre-order in Canada. Due to be out in April, the device is available for pre-order for CAD$59.99 from, Future Shop, Best Buy, Staples and other retailers. The HDMI version of the streaming stick works with any HDTV...
  5. Changing the DNS on the Bell Turbo Hub (Cellular)

    Bell Canada Home Phone and Internet
    I am trying to install a Roku to use US-Netflix. My Bell Turbo Hub (Netgear MBR1210 router) does not seem to have an obvious place to modify the DNS associated with the Wireless Broadband port. As I can't change the DNS on the Roku, I have no choice but to change it on the router. Any...
  6. Setting up Roku for US Netflix

    Internet Television: Streaming (Netflix/Apple TV)
    Okay, I am getting very frustrated. I am not sure if it's the order in which I set things up or how, but here goes: About two years ago, I set up a Netflix free trial. I live in Canada and I guess my free trial was Canadian. Didn't have the bandwidth for it, so after the free trial, I didn't...