There's a new face for Hulu Plus on the PS3.
When Hulu first launched, I was quite excited about being able to watch some past episodes of shows I liked on my TV by streaming them from the web.
It'll take more than a little outage for Netflix to change its plans.
There's no questioning the impact of streaming video these days.
Netflix is going back to its roots and tweaking the browser-based video stream platform that started it all.
After seeing noted drops in the way customers perceive Netflix, the company is now on a swing in the other direction.
It isn't quite to the level of Netflix, but Hulu Plus is certainly holding its own.
The leading online video site for current-run TV shows is close to being on a new platform
Comcast is planning on entering the streaming video market.
Nintendo's pilot project of offering video streaming through the Wii console has come to an end.
When it comes to online video streaming, Amazon is still trying to remind everyone that it's in the race too.
More people than ever are watching Netflix and other video streaming services from their game consoles.
Hulu's decided it's not for sale after all, as nobody seems prepared to pay as much as the company's owners want for it.
It looks like Blockbuster wants to turn up the heat on Netflix and will be launching its own branded streaming service soon.
Hulu has just added support for its first Android tablet, but it's not the one you might expect.
For a while Hulu was the place to go for entertainment on the Internet. But now the company really needs to hurry up and sell while its perceived value is still high.
Just how important is Netflix's expansion in developing special apps for different platforms?
Apple may be considering a bid to purchase online video streaming company Hulu.
Insiders familiar with Hulu are saying that the streaming video service is considering selling itself after receiving an unsolicited takeover offer.
Apple has closed deals with some of the biggest magazine publishers to sell subscriptions via iTunes. Now it's Google's turn, with five large publishers poised to enter the Android Market this week.