Rabbit TV has made some big changes, but is it a scam or the real deal?

It looks like Rabbit TV is growing up and hopping over into new territory. The TV-equivalent of the MagicJack with “Free access to 5,000 TV stations” is cutting that bright red USB stick loose. You know, the one that you would’ve seen on late night infomercials, and then again in line at your local Walgreens or Walmart for $10. Instead, Rabbit TV is now going to live solely in a web browser, maintaining its own implication as a mecca for live TV — no hardware required — and only for content that is readily available online. It’s got a new home, but it’s still doing the same thing: prowling the web for online video and serving it up in a TV Guide-style buffet that lets people pick and choose what they want to watch.