In this ever-changing new digital world, it is almost a necessity to have a way to stream content to your TV. The DVD is quickly going the way of the VHS tape with endless online and on demand movie streaming options. These days, you can watch just about any movie you want, whenever you want (except Star Wars, sigh). Even better, the monthly cost of a subscription to a TV/movie service like Netflix is about half of what a DVD goes for these days.
Netflix is always good for quite a few helpful stat updates when they report their quarterly earnings and their latest report certainly did not disappoint. I’ve added in/updated the facts and stats from their filing along with a bunch of other interesting Netflix stats that I have been meaning to get posted for a while.
Here is a quick slide show of these recent Netflix additions and updates. As always, be sure to visit the entire Netflix post for dozens more stats.
As a majority of the conclave will happen while many of us are at work and not near a TV, here are a few options for keeping tabs on the historic event on your mobile device.
Spotify announced last night that they are expanding again. Now, anyone in Italy, Poland and Portugal can enjoy the services of one of the world’s largest music streaming services.
In the past, sharing your opinion of the speech, and its content, was relegated to water coolers and talk radio. Now, thanks to the magic of digital, you are able to give feedback online in real time and be heard.
For the second year in a row, the NFL will be streaming Sunday’s Super Bowl live on the web and mobile devices. If you aren’t going to be in front of a TV tomorrow night at 6:30pm ET, here are your options for catching the game:
In case you are out and about on Monday, or if you are like me and don’t have the holiday off, and you want to watch the Presidential Inauguration, you are in luck. There is a pretty nice app that will bring the event to your mobile device.
Reindeercam is a live stream where your kids can watch “Santa’s” reindeer as they prepare for their long Christmas Eve journey.
At the heart of the “Pets Need to Play” campaign is the super-cool iPet Companion technology. Visitors to the iPet Companion microsite are able to virtually visit shelters across the country via webcam and play with their cats using robotic toys that they can control right from their Internet browser.
In case you wanted to spruce up your blog posts with a song, album or artist, Wordpress announced recently that you can now embed Spotify and Rdio music.