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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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Netflix now supports all Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices

Netflix now supports all Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices

Netflix has just updated its mobile app to support all Android 2.2 Froyo and 2.3 Gingerbread devices. Until now, the app has only supported a very limited selection of Android devices with the last update to version 1.3 expanding support from 9 to 24 devices. The update today will finally bring Netflix app support to almost all Android devices.

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Sony Entertainment Network online portal goes live

Sony Entertainment Network online portal goes live

The new Sony Entertainment Network is now online following the company's announcement at IFA 2011 that all of its music, video, and gaming offerings will now be under one big umbrella. That umbrella, Sony Entertainment Network or SEN, will encompass both the Qriocity music and video services as well as the PlayStation Network.

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Netflix Launching “Just for Kids” Interface

Netflix Launching “Just for Kids” Interface

Everyone's favorite video streaming service Netflix has today announced their intention to launch "Just for Kids," a tab on their everyday user interface which brings up a child-centric selection screen and collection of movies and shows. From this screen you'll be able to find shows for kids 12 and under, selectable via similar means to what you're used to on the primary Netflix interface with a lovely row of characters the kids can select from if they know WHO they want to see but don't quite know how else to find them.

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Zediva forced to shutter DVD-streaming service

Zediva forced to shutter DVD-streaming service

The Zediva DVD streaming service launched in November of 2010. The service offered to stream DVDs to a viewer over the internet and had prices that were much cheaper than rentals on other streaming services. I am sure that low price lead to a good number of customers for Zediva. DVD rentals on the service were $1.99 each or 10 for $10. On iTunes, renting the same movie would cost you $4.99.

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Netflix To Land DreamWorks Movie Streaming Exclusive

Netflix To Land DreamWorks Movie Streaming Exclusive

Netflix may soon be getting an exclusive deal with DreamWorks for movie streaming. According to a Bloomberg source, the two companies have been in talks and are ready to finalize the deal as soon as this week. It's believed that they are waiting for both companies to announce their quarterly earnings results before they announce the partnership.

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