A more interesting question is will it be using vp8/webm?
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On Jun 9, 2011 8:59 AM, "Kenny Strawn" <kenny....@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's June already. Back in May, at Google I/O, Google announced the release of a Netflix plugin sometime this month. So far, no go. When this month will it be released? I suspect that it will be some sort of packaged HTML5 app that can view Netflix videos, not a plugin per se, as a plugin that resembles M$ $i£ver£ight would more than likely be slammed with a patent (or copyright) infringement case from M$.
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Apparently, the Netflix Plugin is there on the Samsung Chromebook — but you need to switch to the Dev Channel (Wrench -> About Chrome OS -> More Info -> Channel) to get it. Read this on the Chrome OS Lounge.
On Jun 30, 2011 1:00 AM, "Mike Johnson" <mr...@goosite.net> wrote:
I just got my Samsung Gen 5 Chromebook and there is no netflix +1
disapoint And its July!!
On Jun 9, 5:58 am, Kenny Strawn <kenny.str...@gmail.com> wrote:
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Streaming is not currently supported on your device. We're working with Google to ensure that Chromebook users can instantly watch TV shows and movies from Netflix. More details will be announced in coming months.