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Clicker.tv launches HTML5 website

Back in November of last year we showed you Clicker; an online video aggregation site that didn’t have many features that we haven’t, well, seen already. Well, the company has recently taken center stage at Google I/O to show off what they’ve been working on. read more…

Hulu says HTML5 isnt ready for prime time

If you’ve been paying attention to the web development you’ve probably heard of HTML5 and Steve Jobs saying that it will replace Flash. Well, Hulu exec Eugene Wei recenlty stepped forward to let consumers know why his company has not made the shift towards HTML5 and why he thinks it’s going to be a bit longer before the Internet as a whole does. read more…

The First YouTube video, posted five years ago

Take a look at the funny video above. It will only take you 18 seconds. Okay, it isn’t really funny at all. In fact, don’t we already know that elephants have large trunks? read more…

YouTube Movie Rentals Now Available

Google has announced the launch of YouTube Movie Rentals where people can now subscribe to TV episodes and movies starting from $0.99 up to $4. Various movies and TV episodes can be rented for 48 hours and can be found at the YouTube store. read more…

Netflix For Nintendo Wii Now Official

Netflix continues to crawl and expand to reach their target audience. Now Netflix has invaded the Nintendo Wii, something that was a buzz back in January. Netflix has started shipping streaming discs that will now enable Nintendo Wii owners to watch streaming movies using their Netflix account. read more…

Cablevision Creates New TV Channel Dedicated to View Data From Your PC

Great news from Cablevision, if you are an existing customer, you will benefit immediately. Cablevision, has introduced an awesome service named PC to TV Media Relay. What does it mean ? It allows customers who love to watch video on Hulu/YouTube or anything like internet radio stations, email, documents, spreadsheets and even photos on the their home-office small computer screen to be transfered to the luxury of their living-room large TV screen, without requiring any additional connection equipment. read more…

Wal-Mart and Vudu Movie Service are a Perfect Match

New York Times, have reported Wal-Mart will acquire the purchase of Vudu, the online movie service. Wal-mart has an enormous range of DVDs and Vudu allows them an easier access onto the market without having to create something from scratch. read more…

HBO Joins Streaming War With HBO Go

If you’ve ever had a problem leaving the house because something good was about to come on HBO or Cinemax, then you may not have to worry any more.  Seems HBO is looking to get a piece of the streaming war by introducing HBO Go, a streaming service that allows you to see HBO and Cinemax content on the move. read more…

Criterion Collection Opens YouTube Channel

Here’s an exciting bit of news, that may possibly portent a game change.  Remember how we were looking at the recent flop YouTube had with its offering of Sundance titles?  Well, apparently, the Criterion Collection, one of the most upscale film libraries on earth, has offered up a YouTube channel of its own, where it will bring trailers of its film library, and apparently, possibly, some of its movies. read more…

Sling On AT&T Now?

So there’s a bit of news for Sling player users, especially those on the AT&T 3G network.

For a while, AT&T had a set of rules that essentially banned the SlingPlayer by banning place shifting of television signals. read more…

The YouTube Movie Experiment….Failed.

Anime buffs might recognize my above title as a little gibe in the style of Excel Saga, but it works whether you catch the reference or not. You’ll remember when we talked here, not so long ago, about YouTube’s foray into streaming video for movies with five Sundance releases. read more…

Google Enters Streaming Race…Via YouTube

Now here’s a possible game changer, folks–the massive video distribution service known as YouTube is about to get a big boost as Google goes to the streaming war.

They’re not going all out to start with, just a handful of videos to start, including some titles from Sundance, but a few others too. read more…

WhiteFence.com Now Taking HDTV Service Orders

Football season is reaching its penultimate stage and for the thousands who are hooked to the sport, it may be time to avail of some reliable HDTV service so that you will not miss out on the action. read more…

Netflix Coming to Nintendo Wii Game Consoles

Thanks to an agreement between Nintendo and Netflix, people who own a Nintendo Wii will get to watch movies and TV episodes streamed directly to their TV. Netflix will go live on the Wii this coming Spring in the U. read more…

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