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YouTube is still thinking about the rental service which has been in beta testing for some while. It is currently working with a small selection of videos but according to Hunter Walk the website will offer the option to charge rental fees for uploaded content. This is interesting as YouTube goes to the pay per […]

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Not much since the iPad has been officialy released and streaming apps are already available. Mobile TV and movies can be instantly accessed using Netflix or ABC. For the first one you actually need an unlimited membership to be able to view the content. The interface is pretty simple, not many design customization have been […]

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After a lot of testing Netflix has finally released its streaming service for the Wii. They were testing with a limited number of users before the final release. With this service you will be able to instant stream movies and TV shows via your Wii console using the special Netflix disc provided for free to […]

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Redbox comes with the latest news: they are running a survey where they ask their customers if a movie streaming service similar to Netflix shall be implemented or not. As you may already know Redbox specializes in renting DVD’s via interactive kiosks and now they are running some tests to offer video games rentals. They […]

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Cloud Engines (the company behind Pogoplug) announced today two new features available with the device. Pogoplug allows you to access and share content from a local hard drive using a simple Internet connection, no matter where you are in the world. This is how it works: With version 2 users will be able to stream […]

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MIX 2010 comes with a lot of news and Netflix has a very interesting one: live streaming on mobile phones. Netflix streaming is one of the services that may be available on mobile devices by the end of the year but the first mobile phone to support it will be Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 and […]

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OnLive CEO Steve Perlman announced at the Game Developers Conference, the official launch date of their on-demand video game streaming solution. Gamers will be able to play HD 3D games without actually having a video console. There have been rumors regarding OnLIVE launching date (they are not the only company thinking about this concept – […]

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After the successful launch of Hulu, content producers have been scrambling to get their content online. Cable providers have taken notice of this move and are focusing on integrating IPTV with their provided services to keep their subscribers. The latest content producer to join this effort in searching for an online video platform is HBO. […]

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Netflix had originally announced that they would support 1080p s later this year but then they published a press release explaining 2010 was too lofty as a goal for 1080p streaming. They are still streaming about 100 videos in 720p but that is considered a small amount of content available for streaming. Upgrading to 1080p […]

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Nowadays online video rental services are even more popular since YouTube has announced it’s new strategy. The major movie studios are getting involved by offering video content on web platforms such as YouTube. Lionsgate, Time Warner and Sony are just a few of the major production companies who have made these announcements. This particular philosophy […]

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