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Netflix tells Sony PS3 users, 'the disc is in the mail'

Today Netflix takes its next step deeper into the streaming content world; it’s instant streaming disk designed to get a PS3 user up and running should be hitting mailboxes across the U.S.

Netflix coming next to Wii? Analyst says 'soon'

With Netflix coming to PlayStation 3, can Wii be far behind? Wedbush Morgan video gaming analyst Michael Pachter says the real question isn't if the service--which this week announced a deal with

Wow! OOF! Online video world is buzzing with ideas

Here's the best thing about sitting in this chair: People are always calling or emailing me to tell me about the (coolest/most game changing/hottest/biggest/fastest/smallest/sharpest) thing just

Netflix names PlayStation 3 as its new streaming movie partner

Netflix today announced it will partner with Sony to stream movies and TV shows from Netflix’s online library through Sony’s PlayStation 3 gaming system. The announcement comes on the eve

Netflix to offer 'a la carte' streaming service overseas-but not to U.S. customers

Netflix will offer an online streaming-only video service-but not to U.S. consumers-during the second half of 2010, the company said during its Q3 conference call. The company announce it added more

Netflix CEO: Streaming video to all devices

Netflix's CEO Reed Hastings elaborated on the company's streaming video ambitions in an interview with Reuters in which he said he wants to put the Netflix Watch Instantly service on all broadband

News In Brief: MySpace, Google, Netflix, Twitter, Microsoft, China Telecom

MySpace is working with Hulu for a major revamp of its video offering, CNET reports. Hulu, which is jointly owned by MySpace parent News Corp in a JV with NBC Universal and Disne

Blockbuster partners with MSOs for video on-demand

Video store chain Blockbuster, which has made a tepid entry into the online video market, is diversifying its business model by partnering with two cable MSOs to brand their video offerings under the

NetGear releases OTT online video player

Netgear, a networking equipment manufacturer, launched a new OTT video solution Tuesday that will take on devices like VUDU and Roku and software programs such as Boxee, according to the company. The

Much ado about not very much in OTT video

Over-the-top video provision started gaining lots of steam and buzz late in 2008, as boxes that once had sparse content offerings and limited distribution started racking up deals to broaden both