Apple has released the top media sellers on the iTunes formerly-just-music store, including the top albums, best blockbuster movies, and top-selling TV shows.
Months after the debut of its iPad app, Amazon has now released a new version of its Prime Instant Video iOS app that’s been optimized to play on the iPhone.
Editor’s Pick With the newly signed exclusive streaming deal with Disney, everyone is once again singing the prasies of Netflix. But, it might be too early to determine whether or not the video service will come out ahead as a result of the deal.
The streaming/DVD rental subscription service from Verizon and Redbox is rumored to launch before the end of the year, and now we’re finally hearing details about what it’s going to cost.
Apple’s virtual assistant Siri is becoming more of a movie buff.
For those of you who take advantage of the Internet when watching TV, Roku’s new universal search feature could be your most useful tool the next time you sit down to watch a video.
Google is rolling out nice update to its Google TV platform today that allows users to buy movies, TV shows, and music through the Google Play store.
MoviePass has solved the challenge of creating a Netflix for theaters. And it may just save cinemas from certain doom.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings isn’t one to pull punches when talking about competition from other streaming video services. Such was the case when Hastings was recently asked about Amazon Prime Instant video service.
Twitter is stepping up its ties with the entertainment industry by eying some high-profile media executives for spots on its board of directors.
Its competitors already have a firm head start, but book retailer Barnes & Noble is finally launching a digital video store for its line of Nook tablets.
M-Go is a joint venture between Technicolor and Dreamworks. But you may not have heard of M-Go, which is expected since it won’t official launch until later this year.
Major film studio Fox is revising its business plan when it comes to newly released movies.
Movie-focused service Flixster is releasing a new version of its web application today, which includes a cleaner user interface, UltraViolet store support, and more.
Amazon has reached a new deal with movie service Epix that will allow the online retailer to stream several recent blockbuster films through its Prime Instant video service for free, the company announced today.
DVD rental kiosk service Redbox has extended a distribution deal that will allow the company to continue renting movies from Sony Pictures to customers the same day they hit retail shelves.
Sharing your likes and dislikes about movies has always been popular online. Now Internet veteran IMDb is making it easier, announcing updated iOS and Android apps that makes sharing your big-screen tastes with Twitter and Facebook. The company also announced that its apps have been downloaded more than 40 million times since 2010.
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