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Spotify to arrive in the US very soon

02/23/2011, According to Reuters, Spotify have been reported to be only “a few weeks away” from closing a deal with Universal Music Group – the world’s largest music company. Once complete, the deal will allow the service to launch in the US, even...

Netflix to offer the original Star Trek series for streaming

02/23/2011, Netflix has just finalized a 2-year non-exclusive deal with CBS television to bring a large selection of CBS shows over to Netflix users. This means that Trekkies who are subscribed to Netflix can satisfy their cravings for the original Star Trek series...

Google to bring more live sports to YouTube

02/23/2011, After the success of broadcasting the Indian Premier League on YouTube last year, Google is looking to capitalize on any similar opportunities again. It has been reported that Google is currently in talks with the National Basketball Association (NBA) and...

Roku supports Amazon Prime Instant Video Service

02/22/2011, Amazon has just launched their Prime Instant Video Service that basically allows their Prime members the ability to stream video on demand for free (well not really free if you take into account the $79 annual fee they have to pay for their free 2-day...

PlayOn now supports Android

02/17/2011, PlayOn, the video streaming service from MediaMall Technologies is now officially supported on Android devices. The service that lets you stream content from Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand, TBS, CBS, PBS, CNN, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, Adult...

Redbox to challenge Netflix in the movie streaming business

02/17/2011, Netflix is probably one of the most successful movie streaming services available at the moment, and it’s been some time since they’ve ever had a challenger for the crown. Well all that is about to change. Redbox has confirmed with some...

Spotify hitting the States soon?

02/08/2011, According to a report on All Things D, Spotify will be making its way to our shores very soon. The music streaming service that’s been available in Europe for quite some time was been made available for a select group of users in the US for...

Samsung brings Lovefilm streaming to UK Blu-ray players

01/31/2011, Lovefilm is what the folks over in Europe get instead of Netflix, and is also a company that was recently acquired by Amazon. Now folks over in the UK should be happy to hear that Samsung has announced its intent to include Lovefilm movie streaming as an...

Amazon to offer Prime members unlimited video streaming?

01/30/2011, Rumors of a Netflix competitor from Amazon have been going around for a while and now someone has noticed an unlimited video streaming section to compliment the current Amazon VOD options. Such a move would be a useful benefit for the $79/year package...

Netflix set to embarrass uncooperative ISPs?

01/26/2011, ISPs probably don’t have that many fans, but things could get worse for them if Netflix goes ahead with its threat. The company’s CEO has said that it’s inappropriate for Internet service providers to require the company to pay all the costs of...

Spotify and Sony sign deal for the US market

01/21/2011, Turns out that previous rumors of Spotify closing in on its first deal with a US record label were accurate as the company has signed a deal with Sony that will allow the service to access Sony’s music catalog in the US. Reports claim that the deal is...

Netflix removes ‘add to DVD queue’ option from streaming devices

01/17/2011, News isn’t always happy news and now Netflix has told users that it will be ditching the “add to DVD queue” option from all its streaming capable devices. This means that users who use Blu-ray players, game consoles and most likely iOS apps will now...