Expect 46M Netflix streamers by 2021; OUYA gaming console to offer online video

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> Netflix should attract 46 million streaming customers in the United States by 2021, exceeding previous estimates of 43 million, according to Pacific Crest research. Story

> $99 open-source gaming console OUYA co-founder Julie Uhrman is "pretty confident" that the unit will have a native app for streaming video. Story

> Boxee has added DLNA functional, 3D streaming of Vudu titles, a "more traditional TV guide," improved scheduling and more. Story

> U.K. Internet users make a billion visits to video sites monthly. Story

> Zombies will rise up again as part of Amazon Prime's Instant Video lineup of original programming. Press release

IPTV News

> Intel, which is planning to introduce an OTT service later this year, believes it will expand rather than crowd the existing pay TV market by offering "smarter bundles" aimed at younger connected consumers. Read the full article here

Cable News

> Google said it is developing apps for Apple's iPad and iPhone that subscribers in the Kansas City area will be able to use to navigate live TV, video-on-demand and DVR programming on its Google Fiber TV service. Look here for the full article

Telecom News

> Deutsche Telekom is going to start throttling DSL speeds on users who go over a set bandwidth limit, according to rumors reported on a telecom blog. Read the full article here

And finally… Ooyala has unveiled a discovery guide that blends live and VOD content. Press release

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