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Zediva is a new way of renting movies

I suppose that the best description of Zediva is a mash-up of Netflix and Redbox. And you should think of it as a streaming video site that has a catalog of Redbox.

Zediva is different in the sense that it is designed to streams a movie on demand to one player for one viewer. read more…

Is Microsoft working on a combo of IPTV, Xbox 360, and Kinect with Project Orapa?

I try to report on rumors as little as possible, unless they can be backed up by at least some facts.

The fact is, Microsoft’s Mediaroom IPTV service is finally supported on the Xbox 360. read more…

The Dark Knight available to rent on Facebook

We all know that The Dark Knight broke some serious records for Warner Brothers. Not only was it the highest grossing films of all time, but it was the first BD-Live for WB and that free VOD was a nice bonus for owners of the DVD or Blu-ray copies of the film. read more…

Concentrate to change a films outcome with NeuroSkys Mindwave technology

What you are seeing here is a trailer for a film known as Paranormal Mynd: Exorcism. Even though the film doesn’t look all that intelligent, you will be using your mind as you watch it. read more…

iGUGU InterneTV Media Streamer Now Available Starting at $129

There are many different set-top boxes that allow consumers to get media from the Internet into their home theater with some manufacturers even baking the functionality right into their televisions. read more…

YouTube Talking with NHL & NBA to Stream Live Games?

When it comes to online video YouTube is more often times than not the definitive source. Featured on YouTube is a whole slew of content fro just about everyone including product reviews and video game commentaries to full length feature films. read more…

CBS and Netflix team up to stream content

Sure, the Criterion Collection is no longer available on Netflix, but in early April, Netflix subscribers will be able to watch dozens of hit CBS shows.

This is because CBS and Netflix have struck an exclusive two-year deal that gives the streaming company the license to stream select shows. read more…

How do you watch movies? Eye-tracking lets you know.

There Will Be Blood with gaze locations of 11 viewers from TheDIEMProject on Vimeo.

So what are we watching here? It is a scene from the movie There Will Be Blood. It is a movie I just saw for the first time last week, and it is quite cool. read more…

Redbox For Android Lets Consumers Find & Reserve Movies on the Go

While some brick and mortar rental stores are managing to hold their own they are largely being phased out by companies utilizing digital distribution like Netflix. However, Redbox is a new take on the brick and mortar rental store in that it’s nothing more than a vending machine. read more…

Criterion Collection no longer to be on Netflix

Some of you might remember when we covered the Criterion Collection being held by Netflix, but this is not to be anymore.

I guess we should not be surprised, since the Criterion collection has just arrived on Hulu Plus. read more…

Redbox reaches 30,000 kiosks


Netflix competitor Redbox has surpassed 30,000 installed DVD rental kiosks around the US, according to parent company Coinstart. In addition to expanding to 30,000 kiosks in 2010, Redbox also grew its market share to 30 percent and grow its DVD revenue by 38 percent to $319. read more…

Amazon Offering Prime Subscribers Unlimited Free Streaming?

One of the biggest trends in today’s technologically focused world is content in the cloud. Home theater nuts are more than aware of this as companies like Netflix have been offering streaming video for quite some time now. read more…

Yahoo Connected TV on Deck at CES 2011

While I was perusing the booths at CES this year, I happen to come across Yahoo. Since I am a Yahoo e-mailer, I decided to check out what they were offering.

The big news is that the company is offering improvements on its connected TV platform. read more…

Bend It Like Beckham is first commercial western film to be shown in North Korea

Something unprecedented has taken place, and it is an excellent start for the new year.

North Korea has just shown the first Western commercial film ever in its country. Granted, I would have picked another movie to begin their journey into great Western film, but Bend It Like Beckham, is pretty good. read more…

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