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VUDU claims largest library of HD content in existence

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It looks like VUDU is looking to give services like Netflix a run for their money, recently announcing that they are now the “largest HD library in existence”.

This shouldn’t be a surprise for those following the upstarting media provider as in the weeks building up to this announcement they have been adding upwards of 150 HD titles a week to their service, totalling over 11,000 titles. read more…

Chinavasion has a 7-inch Full HD 1080p Handheld Multimedia Player

Some of you have seen products from Chinavasion before with products like the CVIK-E26 Projector and the CVOB-E72 Projector.

Now they have this new 7-inch Full HD 1080p Handheld Multimedia Player. read more…

Netflix passes 20 million subscribers


Netflix, the streaming and movie rental king of the world, has announced that they’ve passed 20 million subscribers. That’s quite an improvement, considering that Netflix had 10 million paying subscribers at this point last year (as we reported almost exactly a year ago). read more…

Libox allows users to access media files, from anywhere

I think we all know that the future of home theater viewing means downloading digital files from the cloud instead of popping in discs.

This is where a new software and service called Libox comes in. read more…

Moovida is introduced at CES 2011

According to Moovida, the way consumers interact with entertainment media is about to take “a giant leap forward”. Yes, that is a big boast, but Moovida can back it up with their fine software. read more…

Comcasts streaming box revealed?


According to a source, this is Comcast’s new Internet video streaming box, the one to compete with the Roku player, Apple’s TV, among others. Not much is known besides the image above, and that the rumored box is built by Pace and is called “Parker” – most likely a code name. read more…

OnLive will not try take on Netflix

We have reported before about OnLive and Vizio could take on Netflix next year, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.

OnLive CEO Steven Perlman has stated that “Netflix’s strength is really in its library”. read more…

DivX TV adds some new providers for LG devices

Most of you have heard of DivX TV entertainment-streaming service has just added new content providers for LG devices.

These new providers are Funny or Die, Howcast’s DIY videos, New York Financial Press stock exhange updates, Video Detectives movie trailers, and Sonic Solutions. read more…

WD TV Live puts Facebook and other features, including a possible USB wireless keyboard

Some of you might be aware of Western Digital’s WD TV Live media streaming hub.

You can access Netflix, YouTube, Pandora, Blockbuster on Demand and UPnP / DLNA streaming to your preferred game console as well. read more…

Miramax 700 movies coming to YouTube?

As you might not be aware, Miramax shut its doors not so long ago.

There is rumors now of Google snagging all the rights to Miramax films that were sold to Filmyard Holdings last July. This could lead to all Mirmax films being on YouTube. read more…

Netflix has a streaming-only option

Netflix has recently offered a streaming-only option, so that customers can view films through streaming, but no DVD rentals.

Netflix is also increasing the price of its streaming-plus-DVD-by-mail plans by $1 to $8 per month, depending on the option. read more…

Panasonics Viera Cast Blu-ray players getting Vudu 1080p movie streaming

Vudu has just received an update on the PS3, and it has just been given a pass on Panasonic’s Viera Cast Blu-ray players.

So if you have the DMP-BDT350, DMP-BDT300, DMP-BDT100, DMP-BD85, DMP-BD65 and DMP-B500 class of Blu-ray decks, you will gain access to Vudu’s 4000+ 1080p movie library that starts two days from today. read more…

iXtreamer puts the iPad and more on your TV

Check out this video for the iXtreamer, the iPad dock that works as a media streamer.

It can also accommodate a 3.5-inch hard drive, not to mention two USB hard drives. It is made to support video and audio content, which would include the content stored on the computer or networked hard drive. read more…

Asus O!Play HD2 multimedia center gets price and more details

We already mentioned the Asus O! Play HD2 when it first appeared at CeBIT 2010, but now there are more details about the device and even a price tag – $172.

The Asus O!Play HD2 multimedia center can playback a lot of different format files including MPEG 4, H. read more…

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