In an effort to backpeddle from its previous stance of going to a streaming-only format, Netflix is augmenting the way it offers DVD-only plans.
Even though Amazon's Prime Instant Video Service has enough legs to stand up against Netflix, the company has no plans to separate it as an individual service.
When it comes to online video streaming, Amazon is still trying to remind everyone that it's in the race too.
Not that long ago, headlines were full of comments about Netflix's first ever loss in subscription numbers, but the company is on a rebound now.
These days, it isn't an Internet-connected device if it doesn't offer Netflix streaming.
Roku's set-top boxes have become progressively smaller with each new iteration, while offering users more than just movie and streaming content with access to games like the ever-popular Angry Birds.
More people than ever are watching Netflix and other video streaming services from their game consoles.
The Nook Color is becoming much less of an e-reader and much more like a fully functional Android tablet, thanks to a major software update that was just released.
In an environment where Netflix is still reeling from customer dissatisfaction and facing a new round of competition, Verizon has decided it's time to step in.
Arrested Development is to go back into production - with content exclusively available on Netflix.
In what can only be described as a surprise announcement, Netflix has just released a tablet-optimized app for all Android tablet devices.
Realizing that online streaming video is the future, Disney-ABC has signed freshly minted deals to bring new content to Netflix and Amazon.
If you needed another statistic to be convinced of just how powerful Netflix has become in the age of online video, here's one for you.
I find the history of home entertainment absolutely fascinating. Ever since my family got its first VCR, the fact that you could watch a movie at home was simply amazing to me.
Netflix is becoming a perfect case study in how no company is too big to annoy its customers beyond the breaking point.
For the first time, owners of tablets like the Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab running Android Honeycomb, will finally be able to stream Netflix content on their device.
If you're an Android owner and a Netflix user, you've no doubt realized that the official Netflix Android app is now finally compatible with a lot of devices.
For those who can't stand director Brett Ratner and feel he represents everything wrong with Hollywood, (or at least a lot of things wrong), now there's even more reason to hate him.
The leading online video streaming service has killed a product that should have never been born.
In case you weren't aware, there are thousands of movies and TV shows available to rent or buy from the PS3, and now there's an easier way to search through them.