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Warner Brothers adds 5 more titles to Facebook movie rental lineup

03/28/2011, A couple of weeks ago, Warner Brothers and Facebook started a movie rental service on the popular social network, and it looks like response has been great. Warner Brothers as just announced that they will be adding 5 more titles to the lonely The Dark...

Netflix to be deeply integrated with Facebook?

03/18/2011, Reports have surfaced stating that Netflix has plans to become deeply integrated with Facebook. Apparently the company is currently testing out their new app on the social network. The Netflix app is touted to enable users to receive recommendations...

Warner Brothers to rent out movies on Facebook

03/08/2011, Can Facebook compete with Netflix? Who knows, but they’re certainly trying to bank in on it. Warner Brothers has just announced that they will be offering video stream rentals of their movies through the online social network. At the moment they...

Amazon acquires LOVEFiLM

01/20/2011, Amazon has announced today that they have reached finally acquired LOVEFiLM International Limited. In case you didn’t know, LOVEFiLM is pretty much the equivalent of Netflix in Europe – a subscription entertainment service that allows you to rent...

Japanese retailer makes great effort to rent out Xbox 360 consoles

12/31/2010, While Japan might enjoy plenty of high-tech gadgets, there are some laws that frustrate gamers over there. We’re talking about the fact that you’re unable to rent video games or consoles over there, which is probably the reason why used games offered...

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...

Movies Studios Might Bring Pre-DVD Streaming To PS3, Xbox, And More

09/27/2010, Reports are going around that Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and Disney are in talks with cable TV systems to offer films for as much as $30 per show soon after they run in theaters, a move which would see new movies reach home viewers without having to wait...