PlayLater is a new service that takes the idea of a DVR and brings it to online video. With it, you can record movies or shows from nearly any website to watch later (or offline).
Already available on iOS, PlayOn just released an app for Android. PlayOn is the snazzy service that can stream online video content like Netflix, Hulu, ESPN, Comedy Central, etc. to other devices, in this case your Android phone (2.2+). You need to install some software on your PC (it's PC-only too) and it requires a…
PlayOn, the subscription TV service, finally has an app for iPhone that lets users watch ESPN, Comedy Central, Hulu, Netflix and other cable channels right on their iPhone. The PlayOn tv service works over 3G or Wi-Fi and costs $40/year with a free 14-day trial to start. The only downside? PlayOn's desktop software is…
It's a bit pricier than our favorite media player, the O!Play at $144, but the miniaturized Playon!HD from A.C. Ryan does include support for internet streaming services, NAS and USB attached storage along with 1080p.
MediaMall is on the verge of announcing their Wii PlayOn beta, which has been in quiet testing for a while now. What this means to you: For about $40, you'll be able to stream Hulu and Netflix to your Wii.
Want to get media onto your TV using some of that fancy DLNA standard hardware? You still might be at a loss for which media center software is right for you, but now there's a handy chart.
Digeo today brings its Moxi HD DVR in range of TiVo with some capabilities it was sorely lacking in a big way, including DLNA 1.0 for home streaming, and PlayOn for grabbing major net video.