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Teaching an Old Blockbuster a New Trick

Blockbuster to roll out DVD rental kiosks!  Yes, in another tactical shift, Blockbuster will begin testing 50 DVD rental kiosks to compete with Redbox, which rents DVDs for $1 per night.According to The Hollywood Reporter and Variety, Blockbuster plans to roll out 10,000...

In Today's News - the XBox 360 pwns the Sony PS3

According to Yahoo News, Microsoft Corp said today that its Xbox 360 console will sell better than the Sony PlayStation 3 over the lifetime of the machines."Xbox 360 will sell more consoles worldwide this generation than PlayStation 3," Don Mattrick,...

Is There More to Netflix/Roku Than Meets the Eye?

Blogged about the intriguing Netflix/Roku deal back on May 20, but now an interesting piece on VentureBeat makes it even more (and more!) interesting.The new Roku box (doesn't look like much, does it?) lets you stream any of Netflix's 10,000+ "Watch...

When One Less Gadget Is Better -- Set-Top Boxes Going Bye-Bye?

Sony has joined forces with six of the top cable companies in the U.S. to adopt tru2way technology in its TVs, thus eliminating the need for a set-top box when accessing television and other interactive services. and anyone else...

CinemaNow Brings Movie Downloads to Windows Media Center

CinemaNow was one of the first to offer downloadable video content on-demand, but has been lost in the shuffle of competitors like Apple, Amazon, and Netflix for their digital movie, music, & TV downloads. And of course you have the big...

Downloaded Movies Were Meant To Be Free

Nice to see Roku back and how about hooking up with Netflix in the announcement of a $100 set top box that streams free movies (for Netflix subscribers) to the living room. Instead of wading into a losing battle...

Empire Cinema Deploys VoIP - Movie Ticket Prices go Down?

Computing UK has an interesting article about Empire Cinemas using VoIP in their movie cinema chains. What better things in life are there than VoIP and movie theater popcorn? Not many... But maybe I'm biased... Empire Cinemas is using...

Bye Bye Unlimited Flat-Rate Internet

Say buh bye to unlimited Internet access, or at least if Time Warner Cable has its way. In an effort to stop excessive bandwidth usage caused by "bandwidth hogs", mostly caused by P2P networks like Bittorent and video downloading, Time...

Netflix Gets into Movie Downloads (Finally!)

Don't know why it took so long, but Netflix is finally offering movies and TV shows via download, rather than by its DVD-by-mail service.  Guess they finally took their collective eyes off of Blockbuster and now are contending with such other online movie...

Wal-Mart Goes to the Movies (Back to the Future?)

Well, movie rentals didn't work out too good for them, but now Wal-Mart keeps forging ahead by joining the ranks of digital movie download retailers. According to a published report, the biggest of the big box retailers is launching the...
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