T-Mobile has garnered plenty of flak for Binge On, the company’s offer that allows users to stream video from select apps without cutting into their data allotment. The catch is that all of the video being streamed is downgraded ... Read More »
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Social networks are constantly changing and evolving to keep up with the the demands of today’s fast-moving society. One social media trend that’s taken off over the past year is live video streaming. Meerkat and Periscope spent a few months duking it out to see who could expand more quickly, with Periscope ultimately ... Read More »
Video streaming is a big deal right now, but every different type of streaming has its own service. For shows, we watch Netflix or Hulu. For user content, we watch YouTube. For gaming, we use Twitch. But Verizon is aiming to create a service that encompasses a lot of those categories with a social twist.
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Meerkat has officially launched on Android, beating Periscope to the Android live streaming market. After beginning a closed beta a couple of weeks ago, Meerkat is ready to launch for everyone. It’s now available for download on Google Play and even though it still carries ... Read More »
The video streaming market is one of the most competitive around, with companies like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon all seeking to deliver content directly to consumers. Amazon is taking its approach a step further with Fire TV, its first attempt at TV hardware. Fire TV is a small, black set-top box that packs a lot ... Read More »
They took their sweet time, but Orb has finally released an Android app for us non-iPhone users. As some of you might already know, Orb is a service that streams all kinds of online and offline media from your PC/Mac to your mobile device. Everything from Hulu and Netflix to your local music ... 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 to ... Read More »
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Google is in early talks to purchase the popular video-streaming service Hulu. Google isn’t the only company vying for Hulu, however, as Microsoft and Yahoo! are also on the list of potential suitors.
Though Hulu is already on Android, this service is restricted to a select ... Read More »
HBO quietly posted this ad to their YouTube account a few days ago and for some reason it remained largely undiscovered.
Open the appâ€š knock on a friendâ€™s phone, instantly share live video as it happens.