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Netflix for Android updated

10/19/2011, Great news for Netflix users with Android devices: the company today launched a new update for its Android app that expands the support of the app. It is now available for users in Canada and Latin America for the first time. It also includes support for...

Netflix bids farewell to Qwikster

10/10/2011, Ladies and gentlemen – it’s time to say goodbye to Qwikster… even though we barely knew it. Netflix has just announced on its official blog that it has decided to scrap all plans to split its streaming + DVD business into separate entities. I...

Netflix to add more TV content

09/21/2011, After the splitting up its DVD and streaming business earlier this week, it looks like Netflix is ready to take its streaming service into a different direction. Instead of focusing on offering feature-length films, Netflix is going to bring more TV...

Verizon Video brings TV shows to your Android devices

08/23/2011, Verizon announced yesterday that it has launched a new version of its video on demand app, Verizon Video. It appears to be just a rebranding of its V Cast Video, providing the same features as before but offering higher quality video content, unlimited...

Crackle streams free movies to your Android device

06/17/2011, Want to stream movies onto your phone but don’t feel like paying money for Netflix or any similar service? How about the option of watching blockbuster movies and TV series without getting into trouble with the law? Say hello to Crackle, the...

Netflix CEO: “We’re now finally beating BitTorrent”

06/01/2011, Great news if you’re a member of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), the war on illegal downloading of movies is finally in your favor. At the recent D9 Conference this morning, Netflix is helping to beat piracy, according to its CEO,...

Verizon bringing Flex View VOD to non-FiOS customers?

05/20/2011, At a press briefing today, Verizon’s Senior Vice President of product development, Shadman Zafar demonstrated that their Flex View video-on-demand (VOD) service could be made available to FiOS customers and non-customers alike, which showed that...

Miramax makes a 5-year deal with Netflix

05/16/2011, Movie buffs will be glad to know that their favorite movie distributor has just signed a deal with Netflix to provide hundreds of movie from their catalog. Get ready to enjoy movies like Clerks, The English Patient, Good Will Hunting, Pulp Fiction as well...

EPIX video on demand expands to more platforms

04/27/2011, EPIX has just announced that their premium entertainment channel, video on demand and online service is now available on Android devices, Samsung TVs, Samsung Blu-ray players, Google TV, Roku players and the BlackBerry PlayBook. Folks who own these...

Openfilm brings indie movies to Verizon FiOS TV

04/19/2011, If you’re into indie films and you’re a FiOS TV subscriber, you’re in for a treat. No longer will you have to spend time queuing up at local art houses or tiny theaters and halls to catch indie flicks. Verizon has announced the arrival...

mSpot Movies Club lets you rent movies cheap

04/15/2011, mSpot has just announced a new pricing for its mSpot Movies Club video on demand service. The service that allows users to rent movies anywhere, anytime they want has got a new pricing structure. In order to stay competitive and on top of their game,...

Samsung launches 3D video on demand service in Korea

03/16/2011, Great news for Samsung 3DTV owners with nothing to watch on their TVs. Samsung has officially announced the green light to their 3D video streaming service. It wasn’t specified when it will begin, but the 3D video on demand service will launch first...

Panasonic Blu-ray players support Amazon Video On Demand service

08/04/2009, If you happen to own a Panasonic Viera Cast Blu-ray player, then you’ll be happy to know that the Japanese consumer electronics giant has given the green light to offer support for Amazon’s Video On Demand service on that particular range....

Vudu and LG to offer video-on-demand in televisions

07/29/2009, Vudu, one of the best video-on-demand (VOD) service, has announced that its service will be integrated in a number of LG televisions. Previously, Vudu was selling its own set top box to deliver the videos. Sharing its technology is a great move for Vudu...