The global population of TV and video streaming devices has now exceeded 1.1 billion, according to the latest analysis from Strategy Analytics’ TV Streaming Platforms service.
Sony’s PlayStationVue, a cloud-based OTT TV service, is launching in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia, starting at $49.99 per month.
The Polish cable operator Vectra has become the first platform in the country to offer its customers PlayStation Plus (PS Plus).
UPDATED. Dotscreen has been selected by FilmoTV to develop its on-demand subscription movie service on Sony’s Playstation 3 and 4 game consoles and on smart televisions of the Japanese manufacturer.
VOD apps from broadcasters including the BBC, NOS and Viasat have been made available to coincide with the launch of Playstation 4 in 20 countries across Europe.
WATCH VIDEO. Sony Computer Entertainment has introduced PlayStation Vita TV (PS Vita TV), a new entertainment system within the PlayStation family that will allow users to access video services, games and various content on their TV at home.
Sony is now emailing its 77 million worldwide users of the PlayStation Network with a warning that all their user data have been compromised by the hacker attack between April 17 – 19. This might include the user’s credit card information.
Sony has launched its PlayStationNetwork video delivery service in France, Germany, Spain and the UK, with other countries to follow in 2010.
Sony will bring the launch of its PS Delivery Network to customers in The Netherlands and Belgium forward to later this year rather than in 2010. In the Vidzone, people will be able to rent or buy movies from major studios on their game console.
Sony will launch its new PlayStationNetwork video delivery service for Europe and the PAL territories this November. The service will initially be available in France, Germany, Spain and the UK, with other markets to follow in 2010, and will allow movie fans to download the latest releases straight to their PlayStation3 and PSP.