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Watch Mission Impossible movies on Facebook

11/22/2011, Are you a huge fan of the Mission: Impossible series, whether it is on TV or on the silver screen? For those who are extremely partial to the latter, then I would suggest you make a beeline over to the movie’s Facebook page considering how the...

Google film rental service for Android rolls out in the UK

10/21/2011, If you happen to reside in the UK and are rockin’ to an Android-powered device, here is a little bit of good news that might just cheer you up in case you are looking for some form of entertainment. Google has just announced the availability of...

Android Market movie rentals: not for rooted users

05/22/2011, It looks like users of rooted Android phones won’t be able to enjoy the movie rental goodness of the Android Market place. It has been reported that rooted devices have been blocked from renting movies from the Google’s movie rental store....

Android movie rentals will make use of Flash

05/11/2011, As we all know, Google Android movie rentals were launched yesterday, but people were wondering what format the movies would be distributed in. Well, the answer – if it wasn’t obvious enough is Adobe Flash. Despite Google introducing HTML5 videos...

Flix on Stix Takes Redbox Movie Rentals to USB Memory Drives

12/03/2010, Flix on Stix is hoping to take on Redbox by making DVD rentals available on a different medium–USB memory drives. Rather than have rentals be available on DVDs like Netflix’s mail model or Redbox’s kiosks, Flix on Stix would allow...

Vudu to charge just $2 for a bunch of top films

10/18/2010, Vudu just kick started a rather aggressive campaign that aims to corner the movie rental space through its pricing strategy – lowering the price to beat the average mark by a mile. We’re talking about $2 for around 4,000 “top...

Amazon Planning Unlimited TV Shows, Movies Streaming Service

08/31/2010, Although talks are said to be in the early stages, Amazon may be looking to offer unlimited, unmetered streaming of television shows and movies through its streaming services online. The move would provide competition to Netflix, Hulu Plus, and the...

Red Box offers free rental code

06/21/2010, They say that there is no free lunch in the world, but you can benefit from a free rental code from Red Box today by checking out their Facebook page. All you need to do is “like” Red Box and you’ll be able to snag a free rental code for...

YouTube enters online movie rental business

01/21/2010, YouTube seems to be in the spotlight a whole lot today, what with HTML5 support as well as its Music Discovery Project, and here we have news of it entering the online movie rental business from January 22nd onwards. Don’t expect a huge library of...

Vudu Integrates Wikipedia

11/24/2009, Vudu just announced that its service now integrates Wikipedia information about movies, actors and more. Users will be able to read articles and follow links, just like they would on Wikipedia.com. However, Vudu is also adding links to Vudu information...

Blockbuster offers movie rentals on SD cards

11/10/2009, Blockbuster, one of the giants of movie rentals, is now moving towards the SD memory card format, allowing one to view movies on any device that has an SD memory card slot including cellphones and TVs. Rentals for each movie costs $1.99 a pop, where...