Netflix updated its popular app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch this morning, adding support for high-definition video streaming to your favorite Apple mobile device.
Sony is set to debut a brand new streaming media device tomorrow that should have most of the same features available on Google’s new Chromecast streaming stick.
Apple introduced iTunes Radio back in June, but the world will finally be able to use it in just a few weeks.
It’s pretty impressive to win a streaming media popularity contest when you aren’t actually streaming. But Apple has accomplished that impressive feat with iTunes.
Mainly by cheating.
Popular steaming music service Spotify has launched a new application that offers access to the best bits from a wide range of comedians.
Google’s new Chromecast stick is already be a hit in terms of early sales, but it might not be the first streaming media device the company was planning to offer consumers.
Editor’s Pick Much like Android helped pave the way for Google’s future in mobile, Chromecast could do the same with media. Here’s why.
We got our hands on Google’s new $35 media adapter that plugs into a TV and lets you stream video from your phone or laptop. Here’s a photo gallery with our notes.
Set-top box maker Roku has just closed a $60 million round of funding, the company announced today during AllThingD’s D11 event.
In an unusual move, Netflix will start streaming new episodes of AMC’s The Killing in the U.K. and Ireland the day after they air on TV.
Pizza and a movie go together like love and marriage, a horse and carriage, right? So Domino’s Brazil has hit on a genius marketing campaign: DVDs that smell like pizza.
Digital entertainment distribution startup Yekra has raised $3 million in funding to give studios a way to distribute DRM-protected content without it being burdensome.
YouCommentate offers a real-time audio streaming platform so people can comment on live sports events. But it has even bigger potential than that.
Popular streaming music service Spotify has launched its first real advertising campaign. There’s also a dubious report floating around that it will try to compete with Netflix with its own streaming video offering.
If you thought Netflix was a data hog before, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Streaming music service Spotify has added another million paying subscribers in the past few months, bringing its total number of paying users to 6 million — far more than any competitor.
Popular video-sharing service Vimeo has opened up its previously announced “Vimeo on Demand” paywall to all of its Vimeo Pro subscribers, a move that makes it easy for anyone to charge people to watch or download a movie online.
Who better than Netflix to know how fast your ISP is?
Apple has made the decision to delay its upcoming streaming radio service over royalty payment disagreements, according to reports by the New York Post and the New York Times.
Netflix will only produce one new season of the cult comedy show Arrested Development, the popular streaming video service admitted today.
Streaming TV startup Aereo has expanded its coverage area to include parts of New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania — the first major step in a larger rollout that will likely attract more consumers.
I happen to spell golf f-l-o-g, but I understand that some people like this game of maneuvering small white balls into small white cups. Even more than beer pong, apparently.
Rhapsody will finally bring its streaming music service to 16 European countries before the end of the second quarter.
Amazon has signed an agreement with A&E Networks that will make TV shows from A&E, Bio, History, and Lifetime channels available to watch on Prime Instant Video. Now you can finally watch Pawn Stars, Storage Wars, and Dance Moms on Prime.
Streaming music service Rhapsody has launched an attractive new iPad app that could steal a little attention from its biggest rivals, the company announced today.
Nine Inch Nails front man and Oscar-winning musician Trent Reznor will soon launch a streaming music service in partnership with Beats by Dre that will compete alongside services such as Spotify, Rhapsody, and Rdio.
Google has released a major update of its iOS YouTube app, and it now supports the iPad and the iPhone 5′s longer display.
Playstation has trailed Microsoft’s Xbox 360 in the gaming console market for a long time. But not in everything.
… in spite of the fact, of course, that Amazon and Netflix are die-hard competitors.
With its redesigned iPhone app, Vimeo aims to attract the attention of mobile video-makers.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings will leave Microsoft’s board of directors in November, the two parties announced today.
Nintendo entered the media battlefield today with the introduction of its Nintendo TVii service that’s included for free on its upcoming Wii U game console.
In a strange turn of events, streaming music service Grooveshark has had its Android app removed from the Google Play store just days after Google reinstated the app.
Variety reports that the new “HBO Nordic AB” service will be available in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland starting in mid-October. It will cost less than 10 euros a month.
Video sharing service Vimeo has finally integrated with cloud storage service Dropbox after many requests from the vocal Vimeo community.
Possible changes would make the company a less attractive destination for online viewers and increase the importance of subscription-based Hulu Plus to the company.
After introducing the first-ever stereo headphones in 1958, Koss is aiming to change the world again the Wi-Fi striva pro headphones.
Streaming music service Rdio has partnered with independent music aggregators TuneCore and CD Baby, bringing its catalog to more than 18 million tracks, the company announced today.
Editor’s Pick Jeff Fluhr, the serial entrepreneur who sold StubHub to eBay for $310 million, thinks there are far better options than Google Hangouts when you want to connect, engage, and communicate with groups of people.
Not surprisingly, high up on the list is his new startup, Spreecast.
Editor’s Pick NBC had a huge opportunity to cash in on the rising wave of Internet media with its Olympics coverage, and it blew it.