- News tagged "video streaming"
Tuesday, 26 Jan 2016
Spotify will reportedly launch a curated video service on its Android and iOS apps by the end of next week. The launch will be limited to users in Germany, Sweden, the UK, and the US initially, but both paying subscribers and free users will be able to enjoy the new video content.
Friday, 4 Sep 2015
9to5Mac has gathered new information from its sources on the fourth generation Apple TV.
Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015
According to reports, Apple is keen on making its own original video programs and that it is in talks with Hollywood executives to find out how it can do so.
Wednesday, 19 Aug 2015
Break Portal has launched a new Virtual Private Network (VPN) service to allow subscribers to stream geo-blocked websites like Netflix over a 3G/4G cellular network connection. It also offers all the benefits associated with a VPN service, like stronger encryption and online anonymity.
Monday, 15 Jun 2015
Alibaba has just announced that it plans to launch its own video streaming service within the next two months, with the goal of becoming like what HBO and Netflix are in the United States.
Sunday, 26 Apr 2015
The HOOQ video-streaming service has just announced that it has entered into a partnership with Disney to bring ABC series and features from Disney, Marvel and Touchstone studios to Southeast Asian viewers. Read on to find out more about this regional subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) deal.
Thursday, 16 Apr 2015
Live video-streaming app Meerkat is now available for Android users to try out in open beta. Hit the link to find out more!
Monday, 2 Feb 2015
Singtel, Sony Pictures Television, and Warners Bros. join forces to create new video streaming service
Part of Singtel's digital strategy is to have the largest OTT video service in Asia. To realize it, the telco has joined up with Sony Pictures Television and Warners Bros. to set up HOOQ.
Monday, 24 Nov 2014
If you're into gaming, you'd have probably heard of Atari and its infamous E.T. cart. It was supposed to be so bad that it caused the whole industry to crash in 1983. Ever wondered if the urban legend that said unsold copies of the game were dumped in the desert was true? Wonder no more.
Thursday, 30 Oct 2014
YouTube videos have been capped at 30 frames per second for years, but are now bumped up to 60 FPS for extra smooth playback.