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With Apple’s WWDC keynote a matter of hours away, the company has added an “Apple Events” channel to its Apple TV set-top box. First spotted by MacRumors, the channel made an appearance for Apple’s iPad mini event back in October, and at the time the event was also available for streaming for Mac users through Safari. Although Apple hasn’t announced any plans to broadcast the keynote over the web, we wouldn’t be surprised if it adds a live video stream to its event page soon.
The keynote will kick off at 1PM ET, and we’re expecting Apple to detail its new desktop and mobile OSes, as well as some refreshed hardware. We’ll bring you more news on Apple’s plans for streaming its keynote when it comes.
Date A Live PS3 Game's 5-Minute Promo Streamed
Game developer Compile Heart began streaming the second promotional video for its Date A Live ~Rinne Utopia~ video game for PlayStation 3. The video features the main theme song "Date in Utopia" by sweet ARMS (a unit formed by voice actresses Iori …
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Resident Evil: Revelations demo coming soon, contents detailed
Resident Evil: Revelations will be released for PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U on May 21st in the US and May 24th in European territories. Head over here for El33tonline's previous coverage of this eerie survival horror. Tags: capcom, demo, eshop, news …
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Stealth Bastard renamed Stealth Inc. – A Clone in the Dark for PS3 and Vita
Stealth Bastard, Curve Studios' stealth-based puzzle platformer, has been rechristened Stealth Inc. – A Clone in the Dark for its upcoming PlayStation 3 and Vita release, according to a post by lead designer Sam Robinson today on the official …
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Roku just revealed through its blog site that it has offered 5 million of its streaming Net media players because its launch back in 2008. The gadgets have handled to stream a full of 8 billion pieces of content in that time, impressive for a gadget that began out as essentially a devoted Netflix box. Roku recently introduced its third-generation hardware to market with the Roku 3, which went on sale in March.
The milestone is substantial, since it indicates that there’s a really genuine and expanding market out there for a gadget that basically just serves as a service layer for bringing online content to televisions, independent of what TELEVISION makers themselves are finishing with their own inbuilt Smart TELEVISION services. Roku revealed that it reached 2.5 million streaming gadgets in sales back in January of 2012, after having actually sold 1.5 million throughout every one of 2011. That indicates it managed to offer somewhere near 2.5 million devices in the UNITED STATE in between then and now, which is a marked boost from its previous annual high.
We’ve seen how this 5 million turning point compares with Roku’s efficiency to date, but how about vs. the other market? Despite the reality that Apple still isn’t really driving huge amounts of sales with its Apple TV items (specifically when compared with its iOS gadgets), it still offered 2 million in overall during the holiday quarter in 2012, up from 1.3 million in the quarter prior to that, and up from 1.4 million year over year.
Apple’s sale totals are international, but that still amounts to more than 10 million sales considering that the gadget’s introduction, and it offered as lots of gadgets as the Roku finished a whole year at house in the U.S. in a single quarter. Still, for a company without Apple’s advertising clout and environment of gadgets, Roku is certainly holding its own.
The Roku 3 is getting high praise up until now, and has actually streamlined things on the product side, along with narrowed Roku’s product line to a single gadget, which is probably finest in terms of assisting it concentrate its marketing efforts and prevent consumer confusion. However it will face new competitors from Panasonic, which introduced two brand-new streaming media players this week, both of which plug into the popular brand-new Miracast tech, basically AirPlay for Android, being built into many of today’s smartphones.
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Roku just announced via its blog that it has sold 5 million of its streaming Internet media players since its launch back in 2008. The devices have managed to stream a total of 8 billion pieces of content in that time, impressive for a device that started out as essentially a dedicated Netflix box. Roku recently introduced its third-generation hardware to market with the Roku 3, which went on sale in March.
The milestone is significant, since it indicates that there’s a very real and growing market out there for a device that essentially just acts as a service layer for bringing web-based content to televisions, independent of what TV manufacturers themselves are doing with their own built-in Smart TV services. Roku announced that it reached 2.5 million streaming devices in sales back in January of 2012, after having sold 1.5 million during all of 2011. That means it managed to sell somewhere close to 2.5 million devices in the U.S. between then and now, which is a marked increase from its previous yearly high.
We’ve seen how this 5 million milestone compares with Roku’s performance to date, but how about vs. the rest of the market? Despite the fact that Apple still isn’t driving massive amounts of sales with its Apple TV products (especially when compared to its iOS devices), it still sold 2 million in total during the holiday quarter last year, up from 1.3 million in the quarter before that, and up from 1.4 million year over year.
Apple’s sale totals are global, but that still adds up to more than 10 million sales since the device’s introduction, and it sold as many devices as the Roku did in a whole year at home in the U.S. in a single quarter. Still, for a company without Apple’s marketing clout and ecosystem of devices, Roku is definitely holding its own.
The Roku 3 is receiving high praise so far, and has simplified things on the product side, as well as narrowed Roku’s product line to a single device, which is probably best in terms of helping it focus its marketing efforts and avoid consumer confusion. But it will face new competition from Panasonic, which introduced two new streaming media players this week, both of which plug into the popular new Miracast tech, essentially AirPlay for Android, being built into many of today’s smartphones.
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Apple will stream a live video feed from today’s iPad mini keynote straight to Apple Televisions. Individuals with an Apple TELEVISION must see a new “Apple occasions” icon on their homescreen. Clicking on the icon will certainly take you to a web page inviting you to tune in at 10AM Pacific time to see the event live. First observed by MacRumors, the decision marks a u-turn for Apple, which hasn’t shown live video from an event given that 2010.
It’s not clear if Apple will certainly provide streaming with other mediums. We have actually had a look with the iOS App Shop and iTunes to see if there is any tip of a mobile streaming option, however haven’t discovered anything yet. Apple’s Occasions page also offers no hint of a live stream. We’ll keep you updated if anything changes, but we’ll be at …
If you’re one of the many people who can’t find the time to interrupt productive life to pack up a tent, grab a box of incense, and head to a music festival, take heart: Pitchfork has announced that it will be streaming its 2012 Music Festival live on YouTube. The event takes place from July 13 – 15, and just like Bonnaroo earlier this month, the festival’s set-list will be streamed to your presumably well-stocked, air-conditioned home free of charge. Pitchfork has released a promotional teaser below with some of the bands in question, including Hot Chip, Vampire Weekend, and Beach House. The festival kicks off with Feist at 8:30AM CST / 7:30AM EST on Friday morning.
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A million more movies will be streamed this year than watched on DVDs and Blu-rays, according to researchers
People have been predicting the death of physical media for years, and now, according to research from the IHS Screen Digest, we may have finally reached the point when streaming video services have become ubiquitous enough to take over households. The researcher forecasts that 3.4 million movies will be legally consumed over streaming services this year, more than double the 1.4 million that were viewed last year over the internet. The number will also beat out DVD and Blu-ray viewership, which is estimated to come in at 2.4 million this year — a 7.7 percent drop from 2011.
While there’s no denying that the research shows that consumers are now comfortable with the notion of streaming movies (with help from video game consoles) and…
The Beatle love at Apple continues: the company is promoting Paul McCartney’s newest album with a livestreamed concert. It’s not the first time Apple has streamed a concert, of course — last year’s month long iTunes Festival London could be streamed through iTunes and an iOS app — but it’s the first one that will be on Apple TV instead of the iPhone and iPad. In addition to the desktop versions of iTunes, you’ll also be able to watch the concert through the iTunes Live option on Apple TV, as opposed to the iTunes Festival which could only be viewed on the set-top box through AirPlay. The free stream kicks off on February 9 at 7PM PST.