First it was Intel, now it's Amazon. According to multiple reports, the e-commerce giant's rumored plans to introduce an online video set-top box have been pushed back to next year.
Aereo, the online streaming service that delivers local TV stations in some markets, will introduce an app for Android devices in September, the International Business Times reported.
Electronics manufacturer RCA today introduced an Android tablet featuring two tuners that allow users to access free live TV on the go. A story in AllThingsD reports that the RCA Mobile TV Tablet includes "two built-in tuner--one standard over-the-air DTV tuner for when you're stationary and one mobile tuner for when you're on the go."
Details including pricing and supported platforms have emerged about Redbox Instant by Verizon, the companies' joint online streaming venture, according to an article in GigaOM.
Hisense USA has become one of the first vendors out of the box--pun intended--with a Google TV set-top box to bring Android video streaming capabilities to existing TVs. The box is being debuted at CEDIA Expo 2012 in Germany starting Friday and should hit the U.S. market in November, the company said in a news release.
In a move that some might think of as cutting off your nose to spite your face, Apple has confirmed that it will not include YouTube—the online video piece of its uber competitor Google—on the next version of iOS software embedded in the iPhone and iPad.
A study conducted by Arbitron and the Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement (CIMM) provides some of the first insights into multiscreen viewing habits.
Brightcove's App Cloud, which has been in beta since May, is now generally available, the company said today, making it easier for developers to build, deliver and manage custom content apps across
RealNetworks, which has seen it RealPlayer for Android downloaded one million times since its launch in June, is releasing a free upgrade--based almost entirely on the more than one thousand pieces
Media convergence solution and device provider Enspert is planning to enter the global mobile TV chip-set and solutions market based on Google's Android operating system. The Korean company said it