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Parent company Dish Network says it will use the Blockbuster brand for other video services.
The company's content chief raised the thorny old issue of release windows by suggesting that Hollywood movies should appear on Netflix on the same day they open in theaters.
Stream Nation doesn't care where you got that movie file. As long as you own it now, you can store it, stream it, and even share it with friends like you would a physical copy.
With the terrific new Comcast app, Android and iPhone users can finally enjoy a mix of live streaming, TV, and movies on their phones and tablets.
The company is in late-stage talks to buy Intel’s nascent Internet video service, and may be dreaming of a unique way to deliver it to the living room. Hint: no wires.
It's enough to make your broadband data cap tremble in fear: Netflix is testing a few 4K videos on its streaming service.
First three eps available for all Amazon customers, the rest are only for Prime subscribers. That's how Bezos gets ya!
The clothes, the hair, and all those menacing Soviets -- relive the best of '80s cinema on Netflix.
The online retailer will greenlight two new pilots for its Amazon Prime Instant Video service.
Pandora brings one-touch streaming to Google's little TV dongle that could.
Under the direction of a new CEO, Intel seems to be dumping its nascent set-top box business onto Verizon -- which is probably a better fit, anyway.
The newest member of the iOS family won't be available for a few more days, but it already has accessories to make it easier and more comfortable to use.
And Netflix may even bankroll some flicks of its own to prime the pump, according to the company's chief content officer.
A look at the (not so) many ways to catch the NBA on your computer, phone, or tablet this season.
You can't spell Halloween without "ha," and these shows will make you laugh, not scream.