According to the New York Post, Amazon is preparing a free ad-supported video service to run alongside its Prime Instant Video subscription.
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!
Next year HBO will begin offering a standalone broadband video streaming service.
An update to TiVo’s Android app now allows users to stream content from a TiVo box directly to their smartphone or tablet via home WiFi and mobile networks.
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Today’s indie app of the day is Frequency. If YouTube and cable television had a baby, it would be Frequency. If you like watching web videos, check it out!
It’s YouTube’s eighth anniversary, and Google’s video streaming service took the opportunity to thank its users for everything.
Today, ABC announced its plans to launch a live TV streaming service for paying subscribers of cable and satellite providers as part of its app for the iPhone and iPad. Is this the beginning of a new trend for broadcasters?
If the current two simultaneous Netflix streams at the same time is not enough for your household, you’ll be happy to hear that things are about to change with a new $11.99 plan.
The YouTube monthly users number has topped one billion, according to a post on the company’s blog. Moreover, one of two Internet users visits the service.