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Warpia unveils Value Edition StreamHD PC to TV streaming kit

Warpia unveils Value Edition StreamHD PC to TV streaming kit

We have talked about the company Warpia before. This company makes a bunch of different video streaming systems that help you get content from your PC over to your TV for viewing on a larger screen. This is the perfect device for shooting your streaming video from the computer to the TV. Warpia has just announced a new and cheaper version of its StreamHD system called the StreamHD Value Edition.

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Netflix loses 800,000 US subscribers, earnings to dip

Netflix loses 800,000 US subscribers, earnings to dip

Netflix reported its Q3 earnings results today and although the numbers were positive, they won't remain so in the upcoming months. CEO Reed Hastings has admitted that the company's recent stumbles, including price hikes and the now canceled plans for Qwikster, were ill received, tarnishing the company's "hard-earned reputation."

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Android Market movie rentals kick off in UK, no hacking required

Android Market movie rentals kick off in UK, no hacking required

Google added the ability to rent films to the Android Market for Android users in the US back in July. If you were outside the US, the only thing you could do was hack the app that plays the films to allow you to watch. If you aren't the hacking sort, Google has now announced that movie rentals are officially available in the UK.

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Netflix Android app now supports Honeycomb

Netflix Android app now supports Honeycomb

The Netflix app for Android has finally updated with official support for Honeycomb tablets. Users have been able to access Netflix on Android tablets via work-arounds for some time now, but today's version 1.5 update adds official support and extends video streaming to Canada and Latin America.

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YouTube brings full-length movies to the UK

YouTube brings full-length movies to the UK

YouTube has been offering movies in the US for a long time that users can rent and watch right on the website. Those movies were only offered in the US and Canada until now. YouTube announced this morning that it would be offering movies for rent in the UK. UK fans appear to get the same Hollywood and British flicks that we get here in the States.

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Samsung offers $25 of content to AT&T Galaxy S II Media Hub beta testers

Samsung offers $25 of content to AT&T Galaxy S II Media Hub beta testers

If you picked up one of the just released Samsung Galaxy S II smartphones for AT&T, then you now have the opportunity to sign up as a Samsung Media Hub beta tester. The company has finally rolled out its own content distribution service and is offering $25 worth of content for free to users willing to help beta test.

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Amazon lands digital video agreement with Twentieth Century Fox

Amazon lands digital video agreement with Twentieth Century Fox

Amazon has been making a lot of news this week over some leaked photos and a bit of information on its coming tablet. Apparently the tablet was based on the epic fail PlayBook from RIM. I hope the Amazon offering is better than RIM was able to offer. The deal that Amazon announced today is a video streaming agreement with Twentieth Century Fox that allows Amazon Prime members to get new video.

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Netflix announces deal with DreamWorks for streaming content

Netflix announces deal with DreamWorks for streaming content

I was bummed not long ago when Netflix announced that it would be ending the content deal that it has in place with Starz. At the time, it seemed that all of the movies my kids liked to watch were part of that Starz deal. Netflix has patched up that kids movie hole with a new deal that has been announced with DreamWorks. The deal will see DreamWorks' kids flicks coming directly to Netflix.

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Comcast AnyPlay to bring live TV streaming to iPads

Comcast AnyPlay to bring live TV streaming to iPads

Comcast is working on a new service called AnyPlay that will add the ability to stream live TV to its Xfinity TV app for iPads. The service will compete with Time Warner's similar offering, but will only work with the Motorola IPTV box and the tablet being streamed to must be connected to a home network.

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Blockbuster Movie Pass taking a jab at Netflix on October 1

Blockbuster Movie Pass taking a jab at Netflix on October 1

Dish Network and Blockbuster announced a new service called Blockbuster Movie Pass that offers internet movie and TV show streaming as well as DVDs, Blu-ray discs, and games by mail. The service will start October 1 and the announcement couldn't have come at a better time, taking aim at Netflix just days after the ill-received Qwikster spinoff.

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Sony SMP-N200 Streaming Player streams 3D

Sony SMP-N200 Streaming Player streams 3D

Sony has upgraded its Streaming Player set-top box with a next-gen SMP-N200 model that now boasts the ability to stream 3D content. The device provides a variety of connection options, allowing you to turn any TV into a connected Smart TV. It was first unveiled at IFA 2011, where it was named one of the top ten new products at the show.

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Row 44 partners with studios to turn WiFi devices into in-flight entertainment screens

Row 44 partners with studios to turn WiFi devices into in-flight entertainment screens

Row 44 runs one of the largest and most used in-flight broadband entertainment platforms. The company has teamed up with major TV and movie studios including Twentieth Century FOX, Universal, Warner Bros. and Disney to turn the WiFi devices passengers have on the flight into screens that can be used to enjoy movies and TV shows during the flight.

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