Posts Tagged ‘Streaming’

Twitter To Get More Musical With Audio Cards

Twitter To Get More Musical With Audio Cards

After Twitter’s rumoured attempt to buy SoundCloud never happened, the social networking site has decided to partner up with the music sharing network instead. Twitter’s new Audio Cards feature combines forces with SoundCloud as well as iTunes, meaning that these new cards will appear both on your Twitter dashboard as well as on the two …

HBO Gear up the streaming service for 2015

HBO Gear up the streaming service for 2015

HBO has announced that they will be launching a streaming based service in 2015, whilst impending rivals Netflix have announced a drop in shares due to failed signup targets.

The US only cable service, which is responsible for some of the biggest TV shows ever (Game of Thrones, The Sopranos, The Wire, Deadwood, Boardwalk Empire, …

WWE Network to Roll Out Adverts Between Shows

WWE Network to Roll Out Adverts Between Shows

WWE Network subscribers were informed today via email that the wrestling on-demand service will begin showing adverts between its programming.

The $9.99 per month online streaming service which hosts hours upon hours of current and classic professional wrestling footage has thus far been unhindered by any commercial plugs but from today a change in the …

Sky Invest in Pluto.TV – Does This Mean New Things For Sky Go?

Sky Invest in Pluto.TV - Does This Mean New Things For Sky Go?

US online video service Pluto.TV have recently had a significant investment from the well-known company Sky. The investment cost Sky half a million dollars and all for Pluto.TV’s expertise in streamed content and further information on multi-platform TV viewing.

You’d be forgiven for not having heard of Pluto.TV if you’re from the UK as it …

Apple’s October iPad Air 2 Event Will Be Livestreamed

Apple's October iPad Air 2 Event Will Be Livestreamed

In the last few days we reported on the upcoming Apple October event, which was originally meant to go down on the 21st, but now has been moved to the 16th. Apple has confirmed that the event will go ahead at their campus in Cupertino, California, by sending out invites to tech personnel across the …

EE Branch Out With EE TV

EE Branch Out With EE TV

EE are branching out from the mobile network world they’ve become accustomed to and are venturing into the new realms of TV set-top-boxes, due to be known as EE TV.

EE TV will offer Freeview channels as well as catch-up services like BBC iPlayer. The box will feature 70 Freeview channels and will add more …

BBC iPlayer Streaming Now Extended to 30 Days

BBC iPlayer Streaming Now Extended to 30 Days

The BBC has announced that all TV and radio programmes on its on-demand service iPlayer will now be available for at least 30 days.

Since BBC iPlayer launched in 2007 top telly such as Doctor Who would only be accessible for seven days after the initial air date but thanks to newly sealed deals with …

PS Now Hits PS3, TV Streaming Rumored

PS Now Hits PS3, TV Streaming Rumored

We’ve recently heard that Playstation now game streaming will finally be coming to the Playstation 3 as an open Beta, and although the streaming service has been Beta-ing on PS4 for a while now, it’s a relief that owners of Playstation’s older console can finally enjoy the system themselves.

Some of the titles rentable for

Xbox One To Stream Games To PC

Xbox One To Stream Games To PC

Microsoft is reportedly in the process of working on a special method of streaming games direct from the Xbox One to the user’s PC, according to Neowin in a recent article. Apparently the system will allow the console to send data to PC web browsers over the cloud.

The Xbox One should be able to

Netflix Planning 5 Minute Short Clips for Mobile

Netflix Planning 5 Minute Short Clips for Mobile

Netflix is reportedly looking at making two to five minute clips of on-demand video content available with an aim at being more user friendly for mobile owners.


The idea which is currently under trial by Netflix looks to address the fact that most people don’t use their smartphone to stream a 90-minute film and there …