Netflix’s New 4K Streaming: Watch Kevin Spacey Or Big Cats Chasing Down Prey

Netflix’s New 4K Streaming: Watch Kevin Spacey Or Big Cats Chasing Down Prey

While me, you and most likely everyone you know probably doesn’t own an Ultra HD 4K TV, for those that do own the newer, 2014 models, Netflix says it’s just started streaming 4K content, as expected. Which means yes, you can get up close and personal with Kevin Spacey’s face(y), if that’s your thing. No judgment. [More]

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Aereo Scores Key Win Against TV Networks That Claimed It Should Be Banned

Right about now, we imagine Aereo is doing a happy dance and singing a little “na na na na na naaaa!’ in the general direction of the major TV networks. See, broadcasters were ticked off that Aereo’s customers could stream their shows from the Internet using the Aereo system, and claimed that the company infringed on their copyrights. But the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the networks’ plea to shut down Aereo. [More]

YouTube Adding 3,000 Movie Rentals

YouTube Adding 3,000 Movie Rentals

Confirming last month’s reports, YouTube confirmed it’s adding 3,000 new movies to its little-known rental service. [More]

Report: YouTube To Rent New Movies On Demand

Report: YouTube To Rent New Movies On Demand

A conga line of anonymous sources continue to spill ambitious plans for YouTube, which reportedly not only wants to stock its virtual shelves with live sports and original entertainment programming, but also on-demand streaming rentals of new movies. [More]

Networks Demand To Be Taken Off Time Warner Cable's iPad Streaming App

Networks Demand To Be Taken Off Time Warner Cable's iPad Streaming App

Some content providers didn’t see it as an honor to be included in Time Warner Cable’s TV-streaming iPad App. In fact, some, such as Fox, saw it as unauthorized use of their content and sent the company cease and desist letters. [More]

Redbox Wants To Get Into Online DVD Rental & Streaming Biz

Redbox Wants To Get Into Online DVD Rental & Streaming Biz

While Redbox might be doing bang-up business with their 24,000 DVD rental kiosks around the country, the company knows how quickly you can go from the front of the pack to the rear (just ask Blockbuster). So in an attempt to compete with online rental and streaming service Netflix, Redbox’s president says it’s hatching a plan to expand its market to online users. [More]

What Should A "Lifetime License" To Software Really Include?

What Should A "Lifetime License" To Software Really Include?

C. was an early adopter of PlayOn, a video streaming service that lets users stream all sorts of free video content from Windows PCs to a variety of devices. PlayOn recently changed their pricing structure, and C. tells Consumerist that they’re upset that the “Lifetime License” that cost $40 at launch had a rather short lifetime. Or did it? [More]

Microsoft, Sony Charge You Fees On Top Of Fees To Use HuluPlus On Consoles

Microsoft, Sony Charge You Fees On Top Of Fees To Use HuluPlus On Consoles

Tech bloggers who dug through some hidden text on Hulu’s page announcing pay service HuluPlus discovered unwelcome news for PS3 owners. The text indicates Sony plans on reserving HuluPlus access for those who sign up for its $50-a-year PlayStation Plus online service. The probable move, for now unconfirmed by Sony, falls in line with Microsoft’s decree that only paying Xbox Live Gold members will be able to access HuluPlus. [More]