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The world-leading broadcaster, the BBC, lifted the lid on its latest venture, where back catalogues and archives of telly shows would be made available in a new iTunes-style service.
Walmart brings support for streaming video service Vudu to iPad, hopes it works out better than its MP3 store
Walmart has struck out battling digital music rivals, but the company hopes it has more success with Vudu, the online video service that it purchased in 2010 to compete against Netflix and iTunes. Already available on the PlayStation 3 and connected HDTV and Blu-ray players, Vudu is finally catching up to the competition by adding support for the iPad today.
Tech's worst kept secret: Apple's working on an audio and video streaming service that could challenge Netflix. Can iTunes Replay pose a credible challenge to the big "N?"
The Apple rumor du jour concerns one of the annoying drawbacks of iTunes and Apple TV video capabilities. AppleInsider is reporting that an "iTunes HD+" upgrade could be in the works that would finally bring 1080p HD videos to the iTunes ecosystem.
How big is iTunes? According to an industry newsletter, Apple will add as much as 12 petabytes for video storage.
doubleTwist is a universal media player that helps you enjoy your music, videos and podcasts on your Android, WebOS, and other mobile...
Yesterday Skyfire, the browser that bought Flash video to the iPhone, made an early appearance in the Apple iTunes App Store. I paid my $2.99 and downloaded the app which promised to take Flash video and transcodes it into HTML5-compatible H.264 format, but due to overwhelming demand, I never got it to work.
Video content streaming from your home from services such as ITunes, Netflix and Amazon Video has now become a reality for bleeding edge technology adopters. But forget about it if you're on the road.
MyTunesRSS is your personal media server. Access your music, movies, TV shows and photos from any internet PC or mobile device. There...
While Apple TV and iTunes upgrades are definitely the big talk of the day, there's another TV entertainment service with news. Sony's Qriocity video-on-demand service is expanding in Europe.
You can be forgiven if you don't remember Best Buy announcing six months ago that it was working with Sonic Solutions (maker of Roxio software) to create its own Internet video service to compete against like Netflix, Amazon On Demand Video, iTunes, and so on. At the time, the retailer didn't have a name for the service, which would be based on the Roxio CinemaNow offering.
When the iPad was announced, I suggested that the tablet could be used in bed (or on your lap in general) as a personal movie viewer, but it does appear to offer a couple of limitations. First, you don't get a widescreen aspect ratio, and you may be limited to the iTunes monopoly for your video choices.
Steve Jobs talks up the iPad's video features, including YouTube streaming and the ability to watch movies and TV shows via the iTunes Store
Apple CEO Steve Jobs talks up the iPad's video features, including YouTube streaming and the ability to watch movies and TV shows via the iTunes Store.
Jeff Robbin, Apple's vice president of consumer applications, shows off iTunes 9's new LP feature. Purchased albums come with many extras, including album art, song lyrics, photos, and video.
As a daily train commuter and a person who travels on airplanes about once a month I do enjoy occasionally watching movies on my mobile phones. The iPhone is great for iTunes rental or purchases, while the Nokia N97 and Nokia 5800 are excellent Amazon Video On Demand devices. According to the Chicago Tribune Blockbuster made a deal with Motorola to bring an OnDemand movie application and service to future Motorola handsets. There are no details yet on when the service will launch or on what phones, but we do know that Motorola plans to release Google Android devices later this year or in early 2010 so the service may launch at that time.
Amazon fielded a number of questions this morning during a presentation at the Credit Suisse First Boston conference. But what attendees really wanted to know more about, gauging by the questions they were asking, was the Kindle e-book reader, the company's plans to expand digital music and video offerings and how it plans to deal with the competition in this space, notably from Apple's iTunes and Wal-Mart.
I had a chance to sit down with the Quickoffice folks at CTIA and was extremely impressed with the application. Since you can never tell when applications will appear in the App Store I have been checking it every day and searching for Quickoffice. I was pleased to finally see it appear in the App Store (iTunes link) and immediately purchased it and installed it on my iPhone 3G. I will have a walk through video and review with several screenshots up as soon as I get a chance to spend more time with the application, but wanted to let you all know about it now so you could try it out too.
Episode 106 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. This week we have a netbook death match between the Acer Aspire One and the Dell Mini 9 and we discuss the leaked Mac mini video, Safari 4, iTunes Pass, free Omni apps, Apple TV 2.
Apple is reportedly preparing a service called iTunes Replay, which would allow users to store and stream their iTunes video purchases from Apple's servers to any Web-enabled device.The service, first reported by the Appleinsider blog and confirmed by CNET, would free up the hard drive space of iTunes customers who buy and store large video files such as movies and TV shows.
As I mentioned in my post yesterday about Netflix, one of the obstacles video-streaming services are going to have to overcome is the quality of the files they're sending to big HDTVs. Apple has recently introduced 720p HD files on iTunes to download to its Apple TV device, but lesser-known Vudu may have gone one better with its new high-def format for its own streaming devices.
There's another legal showdown brewing between Hollywood and the techies. RealNetworks and the motion picture studios are headed off to court over RealDVD, just-released software that allows users to rip their personal DVD collections into a PC or portable hard drive.
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