If you’ve been asking yourself that question, my article comparing the two is now live on RegHardware. Broadly speaking, I think that I’m more likely to keep paying for Netflix after the end of the free period, but that’s because I tend to enjoy working my way through some of the ‘box set’ type material… Read More Netflix or LoveFilm?
Regular readers will recall that at the start of the month, I wrote about the broadcast of Streetdance 3D on the BBC HD channel, and speculated about the method that was being used to provide support for 2D viewers. In a blog post today, Ant Miller at BBC R&D reveals how it was done.
The first of my articles for RegHardware’s IPTV week has just been published. It gives an overview of what sort of content is available via the main IPTV services in the UK.
While many of the video streaming services such as LoveFilm and Netflix are only to be found on the higher end TV sets from companies like LG, Panasonic and Samsung, Swiss firm Acetrax is looking to extend its reach still further. The company – which offers content on a pay as you go basis, with… Read More Inview ties up with Acetrax
I’ve been playing with Netflix, like a lot of people, seeing what the new service is like. In short – you’ll be able to read a longer article next week on Register Hardware – I like it. For the sort of things I want to watch, the £5.99 is a pretty good deal. There’s one… Read More Using Netflix with a Yamaha iPod dock
If you’ve not heard of it, Prey is a great little security tool, that’s designed to help you retrieve lost computer equipment. It runs on a variety of platforms, and is designed so that you can mark a device as missing on their website, and then receive reports when it connects to the net. Those… Read More Using Prey on the iPod Touch
I read quite a lot, especially eBooks, so my attention was grabbed by an email from Kobo, offering 30% off “select” books. That’s quite handy. But a look at the small print reveals this text: “Discount code is valid for one time 30% off any eBook purchase excluding those from the following publishers: In the… Read More Kobo’s 30% offer – what can you buy?