Microsoft is offering an interesting deal for movie-watchers in the US. For the next few days, it's offering several Oscar-winning movies for $4.99 each, along with a complimentary $5 gift card.
With the new year just around the corner, Microsoft has kicked off its Countdown Sale in the Windows Store, offering huge discounts on apps, games, music albums, movies, and TV shows.
Microsoft has kicked off Black Friday deals in the Windows Store, offering up to 93% off on various apps, games, movies, TV shows and music albums. The deals are available for a limited time only.
JJ Abrams has assured fans that his new movies based on 'Half-Life' and 'Portal' are "still very much in development", and that he's hoping for "a Portal announcement fairly soon".
With 2016's Primetime Emmy Awards just around the corner, Microsoft has announced new features for its Bing search engine, including curated lists and predictions for movies, TV shows and books.
Microsoft is offering discounts of up to 44% on various popular movies and TV shows, including Inception, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Forrest Gump, 22 Jump Street and more.
Google has finally announced Family Library, which will allow users to share apps, games, movies and more with up to six family members. It will roll out in various countries over the next few days.
Fox is hosting a huge movie sale at the Windows Store, with 45 titles available for $4.99 each, in high definition, including Fight Club, L.A. Confidential, Taken, Night at the Museum and more.
As part of its Ready, Set, Summer celebration, Microsoft is offering massive discounts of various apps, games, music and movies. The deals include Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta and more.
Samsung is reportedly in talks with content providers to explore the possibility of launching its own TV and movie streaming service, which could potentially be offered around the world.
Steam is best known as a gaming platform, but Valve is expanding its entertainment line-up through a partnership with Lionsgate, offering over 100 movies for rental, including some major franchises.
According to its CEO, Netflix is leaving the door open to offline playback of its content. While not disclosing anything for sure, such a move would mark a significant change for the company.
Napster founder - Sean Parker - is reportedly talking to major film studios on a new set-top box which will stream content to users on the first day of release, the only caveat being the hefty price.
YouTube Red subscribers might soon be able to stream brand new TV shows and movies as YouTube is reportedly interested in licensing original content from third party producers.
Microsoft says its 10c Deals promotion was a big hit, and is celebrating with a Bonus Day of content, including movie rentals like 'Tomorrowland' and 'Furious 7', plus various apps, music and games.
To jump-start the upcoming Thanksgiving weekend in the United States, Microsoft has begun "10 Days of 10 Cent Deals", offering massive discounts on a wide range of apps, games, music and movies.
Apple has finally announced its new TV box. Currently devoid of the company's own streaming service, it aims to attract developers with new SDKs, the App Store, integration with Siri and a new remote.
Microsoft and Disney have reached an agreement that will allow Disney videos purchased from either company's service (Microsoft Movies & TV and Disney Movies Anywhere) to link between the two.
Cortana has received some updates which now allow her to show users trailers and let them know when local shows start. Unfortunately, the features aren't yet available everywhere.
Amazon is looking to expand its original content business by producing over at least a dozen original movies each year. These will be released in cinemas before joining Amazon Prime Video.
Game of Thrones was the most pirated TV show of the year, but a list of the 20 most pirated movies of 2014 was topped by The Wolf of Wall Street - just ahead of Frozen, Robocop and Gravity.
After becoming BitTorrent's most downloaded TV program in 2012, and retaining the title in 2013, Game of Thrones has again won the battle to defeat all other challengers, as 2014's most pirated show.
The cyber attack on Sony Pictures last month has led to the leakage of sensitive data, unreleased movies and more, much to the dismay of Sony. Now, the hackers have finally made their demands.
Netflix stock is down nearly 20 percent after hours, following lower-than-expected subscriber figures during Q3 2014 and rising threats from many of Netflix's competitors.
Finding a movie to watch in the theater is not a hard task but Bing is working to make the process even easier when you search for a showtime by providing a carousel of the movies in your area.
A British man has been sentenced to 33 months in prison after recording 'Fast & Furious 6' in a cinema on the day of its release, and uploading it to the web, resulting in 779,000 downloads.
Evidence has been found in the latest beta release of Steam, suggesting that Valve is planning to introduce support for movies, TV shows, plugins and music in a future update to its gaming platform.
Netflix is inviting people to apply for what some might consider the best job in the world: being paid to watch TV shows and movies, with flexible hours, in the comfort of your own home.
As expected, Netflix has officially announced a price increase of $1/month for new customers. The company also kept their promise to keep the costs for existing customers down.
A biopic about Steve Jobs will reportedly be shot by David Fincher, the director of the Facebook drama "The Social Network," if negotiations with Sony work out. Aaron Sorkin wrote the script.
Google has launched its newest app for iOS devices, allowing owners to view movies and television videos purchased via the Google Play service on the iPhone and iPad.
Come January 1st, Netflix is planning on removing nearly 100 titles from its streaming options. While many are obscure titles, there are also some timeless classics that will be getting the axe.
Apple has published its Best of 2013 list of apps, music, movies, TV shows, books, and podcasts in the iTunes Store as picked by the editors, plus lists for the 2013 best-selling in each category.
Blockbuster UK has announced that it will shut down its remaining 91 stores in the country by Monday, resulting in the loss of 808 jobs and putting an end to the video and game retailer.
Users can't download videos purchased or rented through Microsoft's Xbox Video service on Xbox One, and it also differs from the Xbox 360 version in terms of licensed content.
A federal court in Illinois has ordered a man to pay $1.5m in damages - the largest award of its kind - after evidence proved that he had illegally shared ten adult movies via BitTorrent.
Fox is testing the digital distribution waters yet again, this time seeing how releases on UltraViolet would fare before releases on disc formats and on-demand video sources.
Netflix has opened a small experiment for crowd-sourcing subtitles, in order to assess the possibility of making this their new standard. The experiment will be focusing on a small number of users.
Irwin Tieng, a prominent Filipino politician, has put forth the possibility of a bill echoing SOPA, which was rejected earlier this year after major internet protesting.
Martin Scorsese has appeared in an advert promoting Apple's Siri voice assistant software, with the famed director appearing in his natural environment of New York.
Google has announced during the Google I/O that it has added new content to its Android-based Google Play online store, including movie purchases, TV shows and magazines.
A new report claims that people will watch more movies via the Internet than they will on DVD and Blu-Ray disks for the first time in 2012, although revenues from Internet movies will still be lower.
Apple is reportedly making plans to offer streaming feature films as part of its just launched iCloud service. Movies could be added later in 2011 or sometime in 2012.
A new report says that Facebook is looking to hire a new executive to help the social networking site improve its relationships with the movie and music industries.
Blockbuster made the tough announcement early today that they will begin to liquidate and close all remaining locations starting tomorrow at 10am.
Today YouTube launched their online movie rental service across Canada, including all the latest local hits and even Hollywood blockbusters like Harry Potter and Hobo with a Shotgun.
Googles major content and feature update for its Android Market app has apparently started to be made available for people who own Android-based smartphone and devices. Engadget is reporting that it has received word from...
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