This is the sort of thing we've been hearing about a few years. Movie studios need to adapt to the way consumers want to view their content, and they need to do it in a way that won't mess with the theaters that bring in so much of the money for movies.
If this 3D thing is going to stick around, then we're bound to get bombarded with concerns about safety. Plenty of companies have warning labels on their 3D gear, but it's more of a "just in case" than an actual warning.
CBS has been holding out for a long time on the Hulu front, but it looks like the company may finally be ready to take the plunge. It's the last major network to sign on to the service, but the wait looks like it'll be over soon.
It's a happy day for our neighbors to the North. Netflix has finally announced that its ever popular streaming service is crossing the border later this year. Canadian customers will be able to enjoy Netflix streaming content on their PCs, Macs and "a range of consumer electronics devices capable of streaming." Hopefully this means that consumer devices that play Netflix in the States will be able to play it in Canada.
Hulu has finally made its way to the PlayStation 3. Not everyone's getting access right off the bat though. It's only available to certain PlayStation Plus subscribers. If you got access, you'll be able to find out simply by switching on your PS3.