Sony’s PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 have had a video store where users could rent and buy movies directly from their gaming console and then stream it. While that’s given them a reach of tens of millions, Sony also has plans to get their app into even more homes by releasing their app on Android […]

Google surprised everyone by suddenly releasing a preview version of Android N for phones and TVs about a fortnight ago. Now that the dust has settled from the big news, we’ve dived in to all of the big features that will be coming to Android TVs. As this is a developer preview, things are subject […]

Crunchyroll is an app you’d expect to be getting on every platform and device that it can right? Well until today that wasn’t the case and a specific platform covered here only had partial support via Chromecast/Google Cast. Anthony GareraAnthony is usually tinkering with everything and anything because there’s always one more thing to do, […]

Tellybean is back at it with another reason to use them for all your video call needs from phones to TV. In the latest update announced they said that your phone would be turned into a video phone. What does this mean? Essentially your camera on your phone is your way to be seen but […]

DVDs are, unfortunately, going out of style in the wake of more open and robust streaming services and platforms. This is sad news for people who own a large DVD (or even worse, a large VHS) collection. You could in theory rip the files and add them to an DLNA (digital living room network alliance) […]

ABR stands for Adaptive Bitrate Streaming. Now why does this affect you? Well let me explain, when you normally watch a video online it’s either flawless or buffers and no one likes when that happens. This is where ABR comes in, depending on your bandwidth the video player software will adjust your quality as such […]

Tor Helge Kristiansen (EVP Principle Architect, Conax) sat down in an interview with  IP&TV News recently before he spoke this week at the OTTtv World Summit running till the 12th of this month in London. When asked “How disruptive do you expect Android TV to ultimately prove? Is it going to be a game changer?” he […]

Disney recently announced plans to expand the available platforms for their movie streaming service. As promised, they updated the app today on Google Play which included support for Android TV. In case you haven’t done so, you should definitely connect Google Play to Disney to get a free copy of Monsters, Inc. What’s really neat […]