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Netflix is still growing in popularity and expanding to more countries; fans of their streaming service will rejoice as even more shows are announced to premiere for the online platform next year.
Evidence has been found in the latest beta release of Steam, suggesting that Valve is planning to introduce support for movies, TV shows, plugins and music in a future update to its gaming platform.
Netflix is inviting people to apply for what some might consider the best job in the world: being paid to watch TV shows and movies, with flexible hours, in the comfort of your own home.
Microsoft has filed for a patent that suggest the company is working on a way to put in Xbox Live Achievements for things other than games, such as watching TV shows.
Google has announced during the Google I/O that it has added new content to its Android-based Google Play online store, including movie purchases, TV shows and magazines.
A new rumor from the Hollywood web site Deadline claims that Microsoft is searching for a person to fill a new executive position as head of scripted TV programming at the company.
A new update to the Apple TV device allows users to stream previously purchased TV shows from iTunes.
Google currently airs some TV shows on YouTube but according to reports from All Things Digital the web giant could be ready to offer first-run shows for a fee. All things digital sources insiders at...