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Turner Broadcasting, which owns both networks, will let Google TV owners watch its shows, as long as people can prove they're subscribers to those networks, a new report claims.
The company is now charging $7.99 per month for one DVD out at a time, with no streaming, while increasing the price of its basic DVD-and-streaming plan by nearly 60 percent.
Currently, Netflix customers with a streaming-only plan or a one-DVD-at-a-time option can stream only one piece of content at a time. Netflix is looking to change that.
Report from NewTeeVee claims an as-yet announced Apple TV will boast 99-cent show rentals to help the platform match other TV-streaming services.
The latest Hulu rumor has the service coming to the PlayStation, HP purchases streaming-music service Melodeo, and a new hoodie has built-in earbuds.
HDNet founder says Hollywood unlikely to allow Netflix to offer films on the cheap when the cable companies are willing to pay billions for the privilege.
Internet Explorer 9 will support only the H.264 video technology. And Microsoft raises intellectual property concerns regarding the rival Ogg format.
GigaOm Network launches a reviews engine and database for surfacing the best Web videos.
YouTube exec announces another bump-up in available YouTube resolution. The new resolution, as well as a new full-screen player, will roll out to all users within days.
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