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HBO Go comes to iPad, iPhone, Android

Written on April 19, 2011 by R. Cruise

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It’s not TV, it’s HBO – coming soon to tablets and smartphones near you.

HBO recently announced through a video that its streaming service would soon be available for the iPad, iPhone and Android-powered gadgets.

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Will Google Close the Deal with Miramax?

Written on November 23, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Google is branching out once again by making a move to buy the digital rights of Miramax. If this happens, movies will be streamed via YouTube.

As Google TV starts to lose its programming, New York Post published a news which said that the search engine giant is set to purchase the digital right of the whole Miramax back catalogue.

The said deal is not officially done yet. The negotiation between Google and Farmyard Holding is still pushing through. On the other hand, Miramax is still considered a Disney property until December 10.  There were also reports speculating that Netflix is interested to buy the digital rights of the 700+ movie catalogue for its movie Instantly program.

If Google wins this deal, the movies will be streamed on YouTube which is part of a plan to divert traffic to the site.

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Top Ten Apps for Your iPad

Written on November 18, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Make your iPad activities more fun and exciting by downloading these apps now. From work to play, Gadg got you covered.

You decided to get an iPad. It is the latest product of Apple and people are going crazy over it. Then, what happens now? This is the time to get the apps that will make your idle time more worth while. By the way, did you know that iPad sold more than 3 million units in just 80 days? Read the ten iPad apps in demand right now after the skip.

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Netflix Streams via Apple’s ‘Small’ Screen

Written on August 27, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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Particularly on the iPhone and the iPod Touch, Netflix shares the mobile film and TV show experience to users through a free app. But at the outset, let us be clear. Starting yesterday, iPhone owners can download the no-cost Netflix app from the iTunes, but Netflix membership is needed for streaming videos and television programs, which starts at $9/month.

Only a Wi-Fi or 3G connection is needed to start rolling with the iPhone’s, or iPod Touch’s, Netflix.

Some guys from Wired has got a first-hand experience right away, like Van Buskirk who concludes his first try a success. He shares:

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