We've already seen the unbelievably cheap Seiki sets for around $1,200, but the well-known manufacturers are being much more realistic about their pricing now

The sensible conclusion that many people reached after CES was that you would not want to buy a television set that was anything but HDR 4K. Latest figures show that it’s going to be a long time before broadband speeds can deliver that content, however.

After Netflix, Lovefilm, Hulu comes... Wuaki?

Published in Studio & Broadcast

The Japanese megacompany Rakuten are launching a new media streaming service in the UK, similar to Netflix and LoveFilm but at an introductory price of just £2.99 a month, for life

Remember the long-rumoured Apple television set? According to reports, it looks like Cupertino’s equally long-rumoured live TV streaming service is heading towards the same vapourware graveyard.

TiVo have launched their fifth generation of Digital Video Recorders called "Roamio" As the name implies one of the key benefits is the ability for your content to roam with you by streaming content to your iOS devices

The raging and ongoing battle for net neutrality

Published in Business

The fight for net neutrality: who is on what side and why it's been such a particularly thorny issue to date.

What do you get when you cross Netflix and Oculus Rift?

Published in VR & AR

This year's Netflix sponsored Hack Day yielded an interesting mashup that could point to the future of living room entertainment.

Europe mulls quota on streaming content

Published in Business

Rumoured calls for a 20% quota on European content to be imposed on Netflix et al have been confirmed as they have appeared in part of a proposed update to the 28-nation bloc's Audiovisual Media Services directive.

Everything Changes with 4K

Published in Business

 It's not just a case of 4K changing the way we produce and watch video, it is also turning the established model of the way new technology is introduced to the industry completely on its head.

Netflix’ own speed test website is fascinating

Published in IP Video

One of the main reasons people want a fast internet connection is to be able to download and stream video content. Measuring their speed from Netflix’ own servers is, therefore, a bit of a draw.

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