All That 4K Netflix Content Now Comes With a Price

The biggest problem with 4K displays is that they lack content that actually takes advantage of all those extra pixels, but when Netflix introduced House of Cards, along with other titles, as supporting 4K, it was certainly a step in the right direction. Now, that the streaming company's adoption is underway, it's… » 10/12/14 2:10pm 10/12/14 2:10pm

Have a Chromecast? You Could Get Three Free Months of Unlimited Music

Chromecast, Google's $35 3-inch streaming dongle, turns one-year-old today and the company is cutting users in on the celebration. For three months, anyone with a Chromecast can jam out with a free 90-day subscription to All Access Music, a usually $10 monthly service through Google Play. There's only one major catch:… » 7/24/14 11:14am 7/24/14 11:14am

A Near-Comprehensive Guide to Every Video Streaming App

Back in the dark ages of the internet, if you wanted streaming video you had to deal with too few options and too many janky browser interfaces. But we've entered a golden era of streaming; almost every major provider has tablet and phone-friendly apps, meaning you never have to suffer through the malaise of being… » 8/05/13 3:01pm 8/05/13 3:01pm

Netflix Watch Instantly Beams Up the Entire Star Trek Universe

As part of a mondo two-year content deal that Netflix has signed with CBS, episodes from every generation of Star Trek will arrive on the Watch Instantly wunderservice starting in April. It's unclear exactly how many episodes or seasons are included in the offering, but if they decide to leave some of Voyager off the… » 2/22/11 3:40pm 2/22/11 3:40pm

Another Clue Suggests Amazon Prime's Movie-Streaming Service Is On Its…

After talk of a movie-streaming service from Amazon has been going on for years, the Financial Times has today reported that yes, they are about to launch a Netflix-defying service. Supposedly Amazon Prime members will be able to access it (just another brilliant reason to sign up to Prime membership, in my opinion),… » 2/02/11 4:40am 2/02/11 4:40am

Qik Premium Service Costs $5 for Android

As rumored, Qik has outlined its premium service subscription, which will cost $5 a month from July 15th. Before that date, all the new features are free to try out now—including higher than VGA video quality, unlimited video archiving, video mail, the ability to upload and share video with the camera, automatic… » 6/04/10 11:59am 6/04/10 11:59am