Earlier this year Netflix made a decision that, at least at first glance, may seem a bit odd. Rather than continuing to host the thousands of streaming movies and television shows they have locally, they moved the content over to Amazon’s servers.
The International 3D Society (I3DS) has released a new study that reveals some amazing numbers for 3D movies. It’s no surprise that 3D movies did well in the last year, but capturing a third of the market is impressive indeed.
We’re just a few days away from the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show next week and there are already a few very interesting announcements. The big one from Microsoft has to do with Silverlight, their go-to service for streaming video.
CONNECTIONS: The Digital Living Conference and Showcase is still months away, but the keynote from Samsung VP Scott Birnbaum is already raising some eyebrows. He’ll be covering the standards, the keynote greatest hits if you will. He’ll be talking about the future of 3D, and the future of LCD displays.
The iPad has a lot of potential as a secondary media device. It’s not going to replace that nice plasma in your living room, but if you’re out on the deck, in your office, or in the kitchen and you need some entertainment, it just might do the trick. That is, as long as there’s content to watch on it.