Media Streaming

Boxee Box to Feature Webkit Browser, Push HTML5

Boxee Box to Feature Webkit Browser, Push HTML5

It's been a long time since we heard anything about the D-Link built Boxee Box, but we're willing to say that it was worth the wait to hear good news such as this. The Box is still primed to launch some time in November, for the same price of $199. The change comes more in the software: the new Box will feature a Webkit Browser, and thanks to some choice words from Rob Spectre, it looks like they're going to make a hard push for HTML5.

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Pogoplug iPad App Now Available in iTunes App Store, Showcases Wireless Printing

Pogoplug iPad App Now Available in iTunes App Store, Showcases Wireless Printing

When Steve Jobs stood on stage just a couple of days ago, and announced the upcoming iOS 4.2 update, which is making its way to the iPad in November of this year, one of the features he was proud to show off was wireless printing. Considering the tablet device was missing the feature from the get-go, it's about time it's making an appearance in the native Operating System. But, what if you don't want to wait until November? Then hopefully you've got yourself a Pogoplug, because thanks to the app that they've just released into the App Store, you can get yourself some iPad printing right now.

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Toshiba StorE TV+ Features 2TB HDD and Integrated WiFi

Toshiba StorE TV+ Features 2TB HDD and Integrated WiFi

While not necessarily shown off at this year's IFA, we can say that it was by proxy. Considering the presence that the company has at this year's show, we think it counts. In any event, they've just officially announced that their brand new StorE TV+ is coming to the market soon, and it offers up plenty of goodies for anyone who wants to get their streaming media on. Especially if you're not a fan of watching TV on your computer, and prefer to see it right there, on your TV, where it should be.

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Sony’s Qriocity On-Demand Media Streaming Hitting Europe This Fall

Sony’s Qriocity On-Demand Media Streaming Hitting Europe This Fall

Sony is already starting to make some waves at this year's IFA event, over there across the pond. With a few announcements ready to go public today, they've pulled the curtain off their video-on-demand service, which will now forever be known as Qriocity. It's been on the workbench for quite some time now, and it's good to finally see that Sony's unveiling the project for a market release here in just a matter of weeks. Though, if you're not in a few select countries in Europe, you'll have to wait a bit longer to get your hands on the streaming digital content.

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Amazon Movie and TV Streaming Proposed, May Be Coming Soon

Amazon Movie and TV Streaming Proposed, May Be Coming Soon

With a brand new Apple event just about to take place tomorrow, we're a bit surprised to hear talk of another company thinking about doing something we've already heard Apple talking over, in their own way. This time around, according to sources familiar with the matter, it's Amazon, and they are aiming at taking a stab at Netflix, along with TV in general, in making an online streaming service available to its customers.

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The Daily Slash: June 29th 2010

The Daily Slash: June 29th 2010

Welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. By now, you've probably finished your dinner, and you're sitting back to get a recap of some of the other stories that have made the rounds over the Interwebs. Well, that's exactly why we're here. So, sit back and enjoy. To start us off, we have the Best of R3 Media. We've got the first images of the Samsung Fascinate, along with Hulu Plus getting announced, and to wrap it up we've got some more Verizon iPhone rumors for you. And then in the Dredge 'Net, it looks like Google's back in China, and there's a real flying car.

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Hulu Plus Officially Announced

Hulu Plus Officially Announced

Rumor after rumor, all of which were pointed at a paid version of one of the Internet's favorite media-streaming sites. And today marks the day you can put a big red 'X' on your calendar, because Hulu Plus is finally official. There's plenty of details to be had at the moment, and yet they're all dangerously scarce at the same time. Some of the rumors have turned out to be true, while still others are surprises.

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Hulu Coming to the Xbox 360, iPad, and Other Devices Thanks to Subscription Service

Hulu Coming to the Xbox 360, iPad, and Other Devices Thanks to Subscription Service

Hulu Plus. Hopefully you think that has a ring to it, because with another "confirmation" from Reuters, it's looking more and more like one of the Internet's favorite media streaming websites is about to add a premium feature. We've already heard plenty about what we could expect if such a thing did happen, if Hulu Plus did become a reality, and so we're not surprised that two of the previous devices are mentioned again in the report. Now, all we need is a time line for launch.

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