The Chromecast is cheap and reliable so it’s no wonder that it’s become so popular. If you’re picking one up, don’t forget these awesome Chromecast apps!
Hulu has introduced an app update that allows Android users to watch shows and movies for free, no Plus subscription needed.
Amazon recently introduced the ability to download select videos from its Instant Video subscription service. How will the competition react? Will they follow suit?
Another big piece of the streaming content puzzle has fallen into place for Chromecast, as Hulu has announced they are “actively working” to support our favorite new media streamer.
April Fool’s day in the tech industry can be chaotic, as many major companies take part in the fun. If you couldn’t keep up, check out the best ones here.
When life gets between you and the airing of The Vampire Diaries on TV, the Hulu Plus Android app comes to the rescue. While the app doesn’t run perfectly on all Android devices just yet, the latest update should bring relief to owners of 7-inch tablets and ICS devices, who have long clamored about the app’s lack of optimization for their gadgets of choice. The new version of Hulu Plus is now compatible with more 7-inch tablets and offers better support for devices with high-resolution screens. The app has also underwent some optimization and bug fixing work. And, for those who aren’t…
Time to get those popcorn ready for some movie marathon as Hulu may now be installed on your Android device. Yes you read it right, tons of TV shows and movies are now right at your fingertips through Hulu, which has been made to run on an Android device thanks to a developer who goes by the name blunttedsmurf.
It seems that all of the sudden, the owners of Hulu, may have changed their minds about selling Hulu. Either that, or they want the bid prices to go higher, and this may be a way to do that. Over the past week of bidding, the price gap between what the bidders are offering and what the Hulu owners are willing to accept, has widened. Bids have gone from as low as $500 million, to $2 billion, with the most serious bidders being Google, Amazon, DirecTV Group and DISH Network. Yahoo wanted Hulu badly, too, but seeing how they’re low on…
As you may know, Hulu has some strange policies for their service. You can’t watch the free version of Hulu on your phone or tablet for example, even though you can on your PC. It seems like an artificial restriction meant to squeeze more money from their customers in my opinion, but hopefully all this will change if Google buys Hulu. But until then we have something else that will help us watch Hulu on the go, on our mobile devices, and that’s ORB Live. ORB Live allows you to stream Hulu for free – but there is one catch….
As I’ve mentioned earlier, Google is getting closer to buying Hulu. They seem so committed to it, that they’ve offered the owners of Hulu, a much bigger bid than what the others are offering, but with some conditions of their own. What could these conditions be? Here are my 3 guesses: #1 Much longer content deals Hulu is not worth that much to the networks owning it now. They could certainly live without it as it is, which is why they want to sell it. But they may have some ulterior motives as well. They may want to get rid…