Apple has added Hulu Plus to its Apple TV menu with immediate effect – unexpectedly and without any formal announcement. The move follows a decision by the company to remove the YouTube app from iOS 6.
Now TV has been cleared for distribution in the Apple App Store. Apps for the BSkyB-backed internet service are now available for both iPad and iPhone via 3G and Wi-Fi.
Netflix surged past Apple Inc. in 2011 to become the largest US online movie service in revenue terms, according to a new report from IHS. Growth was driven by subscription video on demand (SVOD).
Russia’s Federal Customs Service (FCS) has cancelled a 5% duty on iPads, having reclassified them as computers.
It’s that time of year again – the Times Square Alliance will once again offer free satellite feeds of the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square, The clean, uninterrupted feeds are available free of charge to domestic and international television outlets.
Apple has launched iTunes Movies in the Netherlands without an official announcement. Until now, movies were only available to some European countries, Japan and the US.
Ultraviolet DRM technology offers the promise of enabling consumers to buy media in various digital and physical formats and consume it on a wide variety of devices.
Apple is understood to be looking into the possibility of making a bid for Hulu.
Despite rumours before the event, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs failed to tell the crowd at the company’s World Wide Developers Conference that movies and TV shows are part of the new iCloud service.
Steve Jobs is set to unveil the new iCloud service at the Apple conference on Monday, June 6. According to US blog CNET.com, the new service could include the ability to store and stream movies from major Hollywood studios.