Someday, in the not too distant future, you may start a conversation with a friend like this: "Remember when you could get a ‘classic' movie on DVD?" That's because, unless you're a really
Vizio is planning to launch a low-cost Android-based tablet and a mobile phone this summer that will be able to access a soon-to-be launched video download service, Vizio on Demand, which will allow
The top 5 stories of 2010 in online video? How about the Top 20? The online video industry was abuzz in 2010, with everything from new devices to content deals to new technology--and fights over
When Apple's iPad hit the shelves in April, it already had been one of the most-written-about devices ever launched. Commentators who hadn't seen one raved about what it could do, those that had seen
It's the Holy Grail of online video: getting content from the web to the living room. With plenty of devices in place that are able to do just that, the focus has turned--belatedly--to content.
In the latest round of Level 3's (Nasdaq: LVLT) fight with cable giant Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA), the backbone provider now wants the Department of Justice and the FCC to put a provision in Comcast's
Ding-dong the DVD is dead. Or at least withering on the vine, says a new report from In-Stat, which predicts sales of video entertainment on the once-ubiquitous physical storage media will see
One month after being rolled out to the public, D-Link's OTT solution, the Boxee Box, remains without Hulu or Netflix, despite hopes that one, or both would have been added to the $200 set top box.
CBS chief executive Les Moonves has been nothing if not consistent about his lukewarm support for online video initiatives, especially those that he sees as undervaluing the network's content. So, it
Amid all the recent hand-wringing about the decline and fall of the Netflix Empire--with Wall Street worried about its new streaming model and competitors threatening to increase the cost of its