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AirCastLive app transforms Roku boxes into video and photo sharing services for Father's Day

A new promo from Roku and AirCastLive are running through this Father's Day that will let you use your smartphone to send or exchange video messages with Dad using your Roku or other STB.
Roku is offering $10 off of a Roku 3 for Dad, while AirCastLive is making its app - normally $5 - available for free from June 9 through June 16.

AirCastLive is an app that turns your Roku (or Google TV) into something more than just a streaming media box - it's now a way to instantly send and share video or photos with friends and family. Families can easily share video they've taken with their smartphones and immediately send it to Dad (or themselves) to view on a larger "life size" screen - much more preferable for important events. 

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Netflix announces price hike for new members in the US, no word on price increase in Canada yet

Netflix has announced its plans to raise prices for new members in the US by a dollar or two later in the quarter but they did not specify whether they would do so in other countries as well. Huffington Post Canada tried to reach Netflix for a comment but they have not gotten back yet. The company has previously raised prices in Ireland from €6.99 to €7.99 for new members earlier in the year so it won’t be a surprise if it makes its way here. 

The company aims to improve its offerings with the price increase. As stated in a letter to shareholders, "In the U.S. we have greatly improved our content selection since we introduced our streaming plan in 2010 at $7.99 per month. Our current view is to do a one or two dollar increase, depending on the country, later this quarter for new members only. Existing members would stay at current pricing (e.g. $7.99 in the U.S.) for a generous time period. These changes will enable us to acquire more content and deliver an even better streaming experience."


iTunes Radio debuts down under as Australia gets streaming service

It's certainly a G'day in Oz now that iTunes Radio has officially been launched. Apple announced iTunes Radio as available to music fans in Australia. iTunes Radio is a free Internet radio service featuring over 100 stations and an incredible catalog of music from the iTunes Store, combined with features only iTunes can deliver.

When you tune into iTunes Radio on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC or Apple TV. Apple's Eddie Cue noted that the company hopes to launch the service in 100 countries, could Canada be far behind? Fingers crossed, we'll get out iTunes Radio sooner rather than later.


Rdio Powers the Official App for The Grammys

Rdio announced today that the GRAMMYs have created an official profile and playlists including all the nominees in each category, available for everyone to listen to and enjoy the music of the GRAMMYs. Visit the GRAMMYs on Rdio here.

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