HBO updated their popular HBO GO and MAX GO Android applications with support for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices. While this was a much awaited and needed update it sadly didn't fix many users problem -- and that is no Android tablet support. After we reached out to HBO we received a quick statement confirming a tablet version will be coming very shortly.
Gameloft and Sony. Earlier we reported that they'd partnered on a mobile game, and today Gameloft has released the first teaser trailer of MIB III for Android. We even get a few glimpses of some actual gameplay, or so we think.
SuperHero AR app from the Google Play Store you might just see all of this, at least through the camera of your Android smartphone.
YouTube Blog have just confirmed that Google has partnered with Metro Goldwyn Mayer, better known as MGM, and will be bringing 600 of their classic and famous movies to Android and YouTube.
Google said they've been hard at work developing content deals with multiple providers in both the music and movie industry they weren't kidding around. Today over on the Google Blog they announced a new deal with Paramount.
Hulu. They've finally updated Hulu Plus for Android with full tablet support with a sleek new user interface and fullscreen streaming. Hulu hasn't been a very popular Android app and the user interface was quite poor if you ask me. After installing the new tablet-optimized app on my Transformer Prime I can safely say the new app is awesome, and looks great on a 10-inch screen.
Samsung has landed a deal with Blockbuster and their On-Demand services, and will soon be offering full On-Demand access and streaming to Samsung smartphones and tablets. Not to mention their wide array or TV's and another electronics. According to Smarthouse the service will hit devices in the US, UK, and parts of Europe during the next few months. Then head to Australia in the second half of 2012.
Google Drive". Now the rumor mill at WSJ is churning with news of a home entertainment service from the ubiquitous search engine provider, which may or may not be linked with the Android@Home project. It is coincidence that both of these stories have been leaked within hours of each other? Officially, yes; that's kind of the nature of a leak. But unofficially it all points to a centralized, Google-hosted media hub that's accessible from any Android device, PC, or connected television.