Verizon and Redbox have announced this morning that they plan on bringing a Netflix competitor to market in 2012 via a joint venture between the two companies. Verizon will be the majority shareholder in the joint venture with a 65% ownership stake to Redbox’s 35%.
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Netflix made its popular content streaming service available in the United Kingdom and Ireland yesterday. Previously exclusive to the US, Canada and various parts of Latin America, our friends across the pond can now enjoy movies and TV shows streamed to their TV or internet connected device.
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To coincide with the launch of the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet, Netflix has unveiled a new tablet UI for Android devices. The redesigned interface provides a more immersive experience which allows users to view more titles on a single screen, but also replicates the functionality ... Read More »
While it is one of the most popular apps on the Android platform, the Netflix app hasn’t been available for every device out there. It wasn’t until last month that Netflix expanded its support to all devices above Android 2.2 (Froyo), but the app is still having issues with many smartphones ... Read More »
Netflix continues to be one of the most acclaimed apps for Android users. While this app took a while to be released, everyone rejoiced upon finding out that it would finally come to the Android platform. The joy didn’t last too long for most, though, since the Netflix app only supported a few ... Read More »
Proud owners of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer have been very happy with their overall tablet experience. The Honeycomb tablet has great specs, an awesome price and a very convenient Keyboard dock. What else can you ask for? Not much, except Netflix support.
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The tablets just don’t stop coming, do they? Well, you won’t find us complaining. Today is Lenovo’s day; the company officially announced two new Honeycomb tablets this morning. Meet the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 and the Lenovo Thinkpad tablet.
While Lenovo does not have much experience with Android (or the mobile industry for that matter), it ... Read More »
Back in May when Netflix announced the release of its Android app, the company promised to quickly expand the list of supported devices. And it seems they’re staying true to that promise. Netflix has quietly rolled out support today for a whopping 16 new Android devices, bringing the total number of Netflix-ready Android devices ... Read More »
One of the biggest gripes I’ve had with the Android tablet market thus far has been the dearth of applications for Honeycomb, Google’s Android tablet operating system. The biggest omission to date has arguably been Netflix, which seemed as though it would be a shoe-in for tablets since these devices are ... Read More »
NVIDIA and Qualcomm seem to get all the love when it comes to processors for Android devices. While these are powerful processors, we can’t forget about our good old friends from Texas Instruments (TI), whose processors are very capable of running all your content. To prove this, Texas Instruments has just ... Read More »