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Articles tagged with: films

GE Working On 1TB Storage Compact Discs

GE has just revealed a breakthrough in optical storage that can greatly reduce the number of CD case space you’ll need in your one bedroom apartment. They’ve revealed a 500GB disc that can store up to 20 blu-rays, or 100 standard DVDs.

The breakthrough may offer new way to store our digital media. For example, one could store up to 100 Action-genre movies on one disc, and up to 100 Romance-genre movies on another disc, and a collection of 10 discs could hold up to a 1,000 movies.

Nintendo Video, A New 3D Service

Nintendo continues the 3D trend. The company has launched its new 3D video service for Nintendo 3Ds users.

The 3D service offers a selection of free 3D and stereoscopic 3D video contents; more specifically, the video contents include short 3D clips from a vast variety of music, animation, comedy and Hollywood

Netflix Adds Support For 16 New Android Devices!

And Netflix is getting back on track! The company promised to expand the list of supported devices, and it turns out to be true. The company currently divulged the Android application on 16 more previously unsupporting devices and you do not even need to update the application at all.

The devices include: Casio G’zOne Commando, DROID X by Motorola, DROID by Motorola, HTC Incredible, HTC Nexus One, HTC G2, LG Revolution, Samsung Nexus S, HTC DoubleShot, HTC Droid Incredible 2, HTC EVO 3D,HTC Thunderbolt…

New Challenges For Netflix

Netflix, once known for providing the best flat rate DVD-by-mail and the on-demand internet streaming video in United States, has attracted millions of users and have delivered over a billion DVDs.

However, recently, the Studio is having competitors like Google, Amazon and others instill the mentality of ‘survival of the fittest’, resulting in the reason that the providers want to be paid more for the content they are providing.

Hulu’s Plot For World Domination

Although Hulu was originally met with skepticism when they launched their paid subscription service, Hulu Plus, Hulu’s price drop towards the end of 2010 has been a strategic move on the company’s part. In a blog post summarizing the company’s results for Q1, 2011, Jason Kilar (CEO of Hulu) said that Hulu is on track to have over…