Netflix Clones in Russia Get a Head Start With Piracy Law. - Russia is seeking to shed its image as a hub for pirated movies and become the next hot market for legal online video, a boon for local services trying to lure users before competitors such as Netflix (NFLX) Inc. enter the country.
Netflix is completely dominating the Australian video on demand market | Leaked Hitwise research suggests that Netflix has left all other competitors eating its dust in the Australian video on demand market. Buying advice from the leading technology site
Youtube Red allows the viewers to get rid of ads from videos by monthly subscription of $9.99. In addition to the ad free function, youtube is attempting to allow users to access to contents like movies and TV shows. This is an attempt to compete against other online video streaming service providers such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon. Youtube is interested in acquiring newer title of movie contents rather than old one which are already being streamed by other competitors.
Time Warner is making a Netflix competitor for serious movie buffs - http://www.sogotechnews.com/2016/04/26/time-warner-is-making-a-netflix-competitor-for-serious-movie-buffs/?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=autoshare&utm_campaign=SOGO+Tech+News
Google looks like it's getting deeper into the world of Kinect-like gesture recognition technology. Gesture recognition software startup Flutter announced on Thursday that it has been acquired by Google for an undisclosed amount.
'Orange Is The New Black' Cast Release The Prison Version Of 'Peeno Noir' - http://www.jfashion.co.uk/jfashion/blog/orange-is-the-new-black-cast-release-the-prison-version-of-peeno-noir/ It seems to be like "Peeno Noir" has some critical competitors. The hit music, carried out by Titus Andromedon (Tituss Burgess) on "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" is a Netflix hit for the ages. It has all the things -- penis references, wonderful vocals and a catchy be
The streaming stick plays online services like iPlayer, Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video on your TV. It will be available on the 15th April, but if you buy it before 9am on Thursday 26th March, there are a couple of discounts available. After Thursday the TV stick will cost £35.