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Hulu reaches agreement to stream entire catalog of Seinfeld
Miss Seinfeld? Don't worry, the show will be available on Hulu.
Jay-Z says his Tidal streaming music service is 'just fine'
Jay-Z takes to social media to defend Tidal.
YouTube now paying top stars to create original video content
YouTube wants original content, and is willing to pay some of its largest video draws to help out.
Netflix adds 4.88M subscribers in Q1, surpassing its own expectations
Netflix added 4.8 million customers during Q1.
Netflix wishes they didn't give Aussie ISP quote-free deals
Netflix wishes it didn't sign deals to offer Aussie's unmetered Netflix data streaming.
Telstra offers updated plans with TV-streaming trials, not Netflix
Telstra more than doubles their data allowances on most plans alongside offering 6-month subscriptions to TV-streaming service Presto.
Neflix Australia offers free one month trial to subscribers
The platform officially opens today and you can sample it for 30 days at no cost.
HBO, Showtime trying to get special streaming deal from ISPs
HBO and Showtime are working with ISPs and the government to see if they can get custom deal.
Spotify being pressured by record industry to limit free music streams
UMG wants to pressure Spotify to make adjustments so more users transition from free members to paying subscribers.
Report: Apple will launch Web TV service before end of 2015
New report says Apple will launch a streaming TV service by the end of the year.
Presto has launched on Android and iOS
Presto mobile subscription streaming service has launched for iOS and Android in Australia.
Like the Super Bowl, but only cooler - Dota 2 gaming at the pub
Video games are seeing hundreds of screaming fans flock to their favourite pubs or bars to watch the best hit it out in competitions - we're not joking.
Nickelodeon to launch standalone streaming service in February
Viacom plans to launch a standalone Nickelodeon streaming video service in February.
YouTube now defaults to HTML5 instead of flash
YouTube implements HTML5 by default into their streaming service - allowing for less crashes, faster loading videos and less bandwidth used.
In case you missed it, 'The Interview' now available on Netflix
Rejoice! "The Interview" is now available on Netflix!
Netflix hopes to stream upwards of 20 scripted series each year
If Netflix has its way, it will be able to release 20 original series each year for subscribers.
NBC will offer free live stream of the Super Bowl with no subscription
NBC will stream the Super Bowl, and viewers won't be required to have a cable or satellite subscription.
Overstock plans online streaming service, taking aim at Amazon
Overstock wants to throw down in the online video market, taking aim at Amazon.
Amazon plans to produce movies that reach Prime faster
Amazon plans to ride momentum from TV business into online movies.
Synology introduces its new DiskStation 1-bay NAS server
Synology has released its new DiskStation DS115 - a 1-bay NAS device with a dual-core processor.
Online video services expand as cord cutting because plausible
Cord cutting becomes more realistic as content providers begin to roll out premium online services.
Synology Introduces DiskStation DS115
NZXT releases their DOKO PC streaming device
NZXT has unveiled its DOKO, a low latency PC streaming platform for your home.
NZXT Unveils DOKO PC Streaming Service
Spotify streaming music service tops 60M users, 15M paid subscribers
Spotify has topped 60 million subscribers, with 15 million paying users.
Strategy Analytics: Streaming music hurting music industry revenue
Streaming music is increasing in popularity with listeners, but the music industry is struggling to cash in.
'The Interview' still enjoys online success, racking up rentals, sales
"The Interview" may not have been a theater box office hit, but continues to rack up sales and rentals online.
U2's Bono applauds Apple and Spotify for digital music payments
U2's Bono applauds Apple and Spotify for payments relating to digital music streaming and downloads.
Streaming music market is booming, while paid downloads slide
The music industry is struggling to find ways to better monetize streaming music, as paid song and album downloads slide.
'The Interview' could spark online movie release effort in Hollywood
Sony Pictures didn't want to release "The Interview," but bowed under pressure - and could have helped usher in change in the movie industry.
SteelSeries shows off the Sentry Eye Tracker for enhanced streaming
SteelSeries announces its Sentry Eye Tracker solution, giving gaming fans a new unique view point.
Gaming Sponsorship - Part 1: Adding value and keeping sponsors happy
Here's some tips from TweakTown on how to add value to your organization and help keep existing sponsors happy in the first part of the series.
Tesla Model S cars are now working as an expensive wireless hotspot
Tesla and Telstra tee up in tongue-tieing unison to help bring free internet to Aussies.
Interested in eSports? Here's a guide to start your viewership journey
Many people are interested in supporting, watching and following eSports without any idea where to start. This guide by Chris Smith gets you started.
Tablet ownership fastest growing connected device, NPD Group says
The tablet market is booming and the mobile product leads all connected devices, according to NPD.
The Razer Comms program has just added a live Stream Viewer
Razer Comms adds a live Stream Viewer to their list of services.
HBO reportedly set to launch its standalone online service in April
HBO will reportedly launch its online standalone streaming service in April.
Aussie companies Foxtel and Channel Seven are fighting Netflix
Netflix is coming down under, local companies scramble to offer competing services.
Employment in eSports - Azubu TV have been hiring multiple roles
Azubu.TV go on a staff-hiring rampage, setting themselves up for a massive 2015 by aquiring different personnel from big-name organisations.
Report: Americans streaming more online video, watching less TV
Americans are now streaming more content while watching less TV.
Unreleased Sony films hit Internet after cyberattack last week
Several high-profile movies from Sony Picture Entertainment have leaked online after the crippling cyberattack last week.
T-Mobile streaming music support added for Google Play Music, others
T-Mobile continues to expand its Music Freedom offering, expanding support for additional online music subscribers.
Taylor Swift's record label firing back against Spotify
Taylor Swift's music label, Big Machine Records, speaking out against Spotify.
Spotify pays billions in royalties, and artists can make millions
Spotify defends itself against Taylor Swift, saying artists can make millions per year in royalties.
YouTube launches Music Key monthly music subscription service
YouTube unveils its Music Key subscription service.
Southwest Airlines rolls out free Beats Music during flights
Southwest Airlines rolling out Beats Music for air travelers.
Xiaomi ready to invest $1 billion to expand its Internet TV service
Xiaomi will invest $1 billion to help its video content delivery services.
Taylor Swift decides to pull her music catalog from Spotify
Taylor Swift pulled her music from Spotify, despite millions of users listening to her music.
Microsoft pulling the plug on free Xbox Music streaming service Dec 1
Microsoft confirmed its ending its free ad-supported Xbox Music streaming service, and will offer paid downloads and a subscription service instead.
Online HBO service could cost whopping $18 per month, analysts predict
HBO's online video service could cost $18 per month, according to some analysts, while HBO itself remains quiet about rumors and speculation.