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Netflix gets Turbo with original DreamWorks series
Netflix and DreamWorks plan on disrupting the TV industry with the release of a series called Turbo on the TV streaming service later in the summer.
For the love of sport (and Katie Taylor) – what the Irish googled in 2012
Ahead of Google’s global Search Zeitgeist for 2012 it has released the most searched for terms in Ireland. Apart from sport, we’ve been searching for love.
PlayStation 3 is number one Netflix streaming device
Sony’s PlayStation 3 is the number one device for streaming Netflix on a television, the movie streaming service revealed today.
Spotify silently launches in its 16th territory, Ireland, as it looks to South America & Eastern Europe
Spotify has officially launched in its 16th country, Ireland; binging the service to over 661 million users around the world.
Internet usage spikes during superstorm Sandy
Internet usage on the East coast of the United States spiked 114% on Monday as many workers and school-goers were confined to their homes during superstorm Sandy.
Watch out Sky – Freesat and Netflix to announce partnership
Freesat and Netflix are expected to announce a partnership deal tomorrow that will see the subscription-free satellite TV service offer direct access to Netflix content.
Netflix posts record audience in the UK & Ireland but still plenty of room to grow
Netflix’s UK & Ireland audience has grown faster than any other territory but it still has a long way to go until it catches up with TV.
Netflix’s Nordic launch is only a few months away
Nexflix will launch in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland by the end of 2012 but won’t be called on an official release data just yet.
YouTube release native PS3 app, controllable via smartphones
Starting today, Sony PlayStation 3 owners can enjoy an improved YouTube experience by way of a new native YouTube app on the home entertainment system.
NASA satellite shows aftermath of storm that brought down Amazon servers
NASA shows how the freak storm on Friday, which brought down the Amazon-hosted Pinterest, Instagram, and Netflix, also caused black-outs across the North Eastern United States.
Netflix and new Apple TV play well together
The Netflix experience on Apple TV just got simpler. With yesterday’s Apple TV 3 announcement, would-be Netflix users can now sign-up for the service directly on their Apple TV device and pay via their iTunes account.
VLC Player launches in 2.0 with some impressive media improvements
Video Lan has launched VLC Player 2.0 with some impressive new video and audio specs, but limited support for BluRay.
Netflix officially launches in the UK and Ireland with one-month free trial
Netflix, the film and TV episode streaming service, has officially launched in the United Kingdom and Ireland as of today, complete with one-month free trial. While some users reported early access to the service yesterday, both netflix.co.uk and netflix.ie are officially available from this morning.
Miramax latest Netflix partner announced ahead of launch in the UK and Ireland
Miramax is the latest film studio to announce streaming agreements with on-demand movie service Netflix ahead of their launch in the United Kingdom and Ireland early next year. Since October, Netflix has announced content agreements with MGM and Lionsgate in the two countries.
Netflix and MGM forge content deal ahead of launch in UK and Ireland
Netflix, the subscription-based on-demand streaming media service, has forged a deal with motion picture giant MGM to stream first-run feature films in the UK and Ireland. Netflix are seemingly readying their service for an expected launch in both countries in early 2012.
Netflix planning European launch in early 2012
On-demand internet video streaming service Netflix has plans to expand to Europe, according to a Variety report. Variety quote “leading European film distributors” confirming Netflix’s plans to introduce its service in both Spain and the UK as early as spring 2012.
YouTube adds 3,000 full-length feature films with new content partnerships
Google has today announced that its video service YouTube is adding 3,000 new movie titles available to rent and view on-demand to users in the United States. YouTube has partnered with Universal, Sony Pictures and Warner Bros to begin offering thousands of full-length feature films, bringing the total number of movies available to stream on the video platform to around 6,000.