Hulu has set up a new landing page on its website that may or may not be the feature you are looking for. Users who will be navigating to hulu.com via their smartphone or tablet web browser will now be able to view clips of some of their favorite TV shows for free.
You know that YouTube, primarily a video viewing and sharing service, has become bigger than itself when people start using it listen to music more than just to watch. It seems that YouTube plans to capitalize on this latest user trend by launching a subscription-based music service soon.
It seems that Aereo has kept to its timetable this time and has made available its promised Android app. However, the app is currently still in beta and is available in only seven markets where the service is available.
Don't get your hopes up yet, but people outside of the US might be getting a real treat soon. If the Chromecast app is taken as an indicator, Google's streaming dongle might be available in the UK and Canada in the near future.
Dropcam has dropped a new version of its streaming camera device that is promised to be brighter, better, and more capable than ever before. The new Dropcam Pro sports newer hardware that significantly boosts image quality and the companion app brings in better support and control for the monitoring system.
Despite some earlier reports suggesting an Aereo app would be arriving in the Play Store in September, it looks like a release has been confirmed for later this month. The details are coming by way of Aereo CEO and Founder Chet Kanojia, who has said Aereo will arrive for Android (as a public beta) on October 22. The app will be available by way of the Google Play Store.
AT&T has announced they’re bringing live TV to their U-verse app for Android. Of course, this has a few catches, which may not thrill some. For those who are already involved in the world of AT&T, this may prove a welcome update.
If you can't beat them, join them, as the adage says, which is what the RCA seems to have decided to do. The RCA's upcoming Internet Music System combines the usual features you'd find in a home stereo system with Internet streaming that is slowly but surely displacing it these days.
Even with the almost omnipresent of mobile devices with decent cameras, sharing and showing your shots anywhere and everywhere is still not as easy as it should be, especially when videos are concerned. RealPlayer, a popular name in digital media circles, thinks it has the solution with its RealPlayer Cloud service and accompanying mobile and web apps.
Just yesterday Google made a rather vague statement about a new offline viewing feature coming to its YouTube mobile apps in November. Now we're getting to hear more about how it will work and how it will affect content providers.