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How to sell your unwanted gift cards

What do you do when you get a gift card for a place you aren't too happy about? Why, you sell it, of course!

By December 17, 2014


Verizon to buy Intel's TV business for undisclosed sum

The telecom giant will work quickly to release the service that delivers live TV and video on demand over the Internet.

By January 21, 2014


The unlikely group putting the kibosh on cable TV: Parents

Tykes are dream customers who don't care how they watch Mickey and clamor to watch him again and again. With Netflix and Amazon catering more to kids, parents may be the next big group to cut the cable cord.

By June 22, 2013


Rhapsody app makes duet of streaming music and tickets

The vanguard service in streaming music is broadening its vision with a live-event tickets app, as the field for its primary business grows crowded.

By June 11, 2013


Bigger boxes: Redbox Instant app coming to Xbox 360

Beta users will get the first crack at streaming a selection of Redbox flicks in their living rooms.

By February 5, 2013


Redbox Instant launches private beta for video streaming

The streaming service that's aimed to compete with Netflix rolls out a private beta inviting users to test the service for free for one month.

By December 19, 2012


Redbox Instant's full launch won't be until spring 2013

The video streaming and DVD rental service aiming to compete with Netflix won't be commercially available until next year, however its public beta should be ready within the next month.

By December 4, 2012


Redbox Instant video streaming said to launch in December

Leaked details reveal that Verizon's service, which aims to compete with Netflix, could get introduced in a couple weeks and cost as little as $6 per month.

By November 29, 2012


Redbox goes box office with event ticketing

Philly-area residents will be the first to buy tickets from Redbox's DVD kiosks and Web site.

By October 3, 2012


Home video numbers are up, but little reward for Netflix

Hollywood is a long way from returning to the days when consumers were paying $30 for a DVD and spending $4 to rent a single title. Still, digital revenue is showing some positive signs.

By July 30, 2012