Home Tags Streaming HD

Tag: Streaming HD

Netflix Premieres Hemlock Grove Today

0
Starting today, Netflix subscribers can watch all 13 episodes of the new Eli Roth produced horror series Hemlock Grove.

Netflix To Offer 4K/UltraHD For 4K HDTV

0
Netflix announced it will begin offering 4K resolution content via its streaming service in the coming years

Roku 3 Media Player Debuts Today

0
Roku has announced the next upgrade in its line of streaming media players. The Roku 3 will be on sale for $99.99 starting today and offer upgrades to the processor, user interface and ports.

Netflix Begins Streaming ‘House of Cards’ Today

0
Netflix has made all 13-episodes of House Of Cards available for streaming today. The series, produced by David Fincher, Spacey, series developer Beau Willimon, writer Eric Roth, et. al., follows Majority Whip, Rep. Francis "Frank" Underwood as he attempts revenge on the President of the United States for not elevating him to a plumb cabinet post as Secretary of State.

Boxee TV: A New Device for Cord Cutters

0
Boxee, Inc. made a major announcement regarding their new focus: television. More to the point, unlimited recording of basic TV channels via a new Boxee TV set-top device.

Amazon’s LOVEFiLM now streaming in HD

0
Amazon's overseas company LOVEFiLM is now streaming in high-definition (HD) in both the UK and Germany, the company announced this morning. The service is similar to Netflix and Amazon's Instant Video, offering unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows on demand to supporting devices.

Time Warner Cable beta testing HBO Go & MAX Go

0
HBO Go is a hot ticket these days, and Time Warner Cable subscribers are not getting left at home. TWC has launched a beta test of the HBO Go and MAX Go services, giving subscribers access to HBO and Cinemax content online.

HBO GO & MAX GO launching soon for Cablevision customers

0
Cablevision and HBO have partnered to offer HBO GO and MAX GO to iO TV customers who subscribe to HBO and/or Cinemax. The new agreement between the two companies means that subscribers will soon be able to access HBO and Cinemax content on a PC, Apple iPad, iPhone, or iTouch device, as well as supported Android tablets and smartphones.

Hulu launches Spanish language enhancements, adds programming

0
Whether you're a native speaker or want to learn some español, Hulu has made it easier by launching a new library of current and classic content in the Spanish language dubbed "Hulu Latino." The new library is available to Hulu Plus subscribers and in addition to previous titles offers the entire current season of primetime TV shows from Univision, Galavision and Telefutura.

Glee & Sons of Anarchy added to Amazon Instant Video

0
There couldn't be a bigger contrast in genres of TV shows but Amazon has added both Glee and Sons of Anarchy to their Prime Instant Video service. That means if you're a Prime member you can instantly stream seasons 1 & 2 of both hit television shows to your computer, supporting tablet or TV set at no extra charge.