Displaying items by tag: streaming media

Sunday, 20 March 2022 12:00

Netflix to crack down on password sharing

Do you share your Netflix password with friends or family, splitting the cost of the subscription across multiple homes? Well, Netflix has you in its sights, with a new charge being trialled in Chile, Costa Rica, and Peru that adds an extra fee for subscriptions shared outside the household.

Published in Entertainment

D-Link has launched its new DMS-106XT 6-port network gaming and media switch. The switch has already received a Good Design Award for 2021 and includes five 2.5G Ethernet ports and a 10G Ethernet port, all for uninterrupted streaming, gaming, and storage flexibility.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 11 August 2021 21:24

Salesforce announces streaming service Salesforce+

Move over Netflix; Salesforce is the latest streaming service on the block except the focus is engaging business stories, live events, thought leadership, and expert advice. Salesforce+ is the streaming service to inspire and motivate everyone.

Published in CRM

From today, the Apple TV app, including Apple TV+, is now finally available on Google's rather excellent ChromeCast with Google TV, with more Google TV devices to come, according to a new blog post by Jonathan Zepp, the Director of Media & Entertainment, Android and Google Play.

Published in Home Tech

Turning the phrase "Netflix and Chill" on its head, Finder says that buffering issues experienced by those watching streaming media services are suffering from "Netflix and freeze".

Published in Home Tech

OVO's provocation of competitors to better compete and consumers to switch over (or is that Ovo?) continues with its latest content deal: a digital broadcasting deal with the Brumbies.

Published in MVNO
Tuesday, 06 February 2018 03:05

What's on Netflix in February 2018

We're already six days into February, and a whole stack of Netflix content has either dropped, like the stunning, must-watch Altered Carbon, to the surprise release of The Cloverfield Paradox, and more.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 28 September 2017 15:09

NFL leads Amazon Prime Video October schedule

Amazon is making a play for the sports audience in its Prime Video line-up for October, but the geek market isn't overlooked.

Published in Entertainment

Certain Optus mobile plans now offer an all-you-can-eat option video streaming option in addition to the existing unmetered music streaming feature.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 16 June 2016 07:45

Fetch finally fetches fetching Presto TV

Fetch TV has snagged Presto TV to stream on Fetch’s Gen 3 PVRs, and will come to existing Gen 2 PVRs in early July alongside a new Fetch TV mini box, too.

Published in Entertainment

Televison broadcaster Network Ten has selected a cloud-based ad insertion and stream stitching solution  from Brghtcove to power the Apple TV and Sony Bravia apps of its catch up service, tenplay.

Published in Apps

Telstra Ventures has made an ‘equity investment’ in Elemental, ‘the leading supplier of software-defined video (SDV) solutions for multiscreen content delivery.’

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 08 November 2012 15:45

LaCie CloudBox: 'family cloud' storage

There's growing interest in networked storage that is easily accessible from outside the home or office. LaCie's entry into this market is the CloudBox.

Published in Home Tech

Videos can be played on more devices than ever before thanks to a Unified HD Streaming Player!February 14th, 2012 Marathon, Fla.'”Eyepartner has announced the expansion of HTML5 capability to TikiLIVE, Eyepartner's flagship HD broadcasting service, and Monster Encoder, a turnkey application that quickly and easily converts the most common video types. HTML5 is the fifth version of the standard HTML language that makes it easier for computers and mobile devices to handle multimedia content without having to use proprietary plugins.

Broadcasters can now stream HD LIVE and VOD content on Facebook using TikiLIVE, Eyepartner's flagship HD broadcasting service that provides its users with a comprehensive set of tools for producing and managing live HD streaming content. Facebook users click on the thumbnail of a channel or VOD's posted link that will immediately launch the player inside the Facebook page.

This Halloween, Eyepartner is releasing its newest version of the Monster Encoder, a turnkey application that integrates seamlessly into a network and converts all popular video types (including AVI, MOV, WMV, etc.) into other formats that can be easily streamed on websites. Users can convert video files, including iPod and iPhone files, into MP4 or Flash (FLV) format so users can publish them as Videos on Demand and in channel manager (pseudo-live) playlists. Users have the ability to transcode into different qualities as well as select the output video's resolution, aspect ratio, bitrate and frame rate.




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