CinemaNow and UltraViolet, sittin' in a tree, giving away movies for you and me.
The offering will shut down in March, but the retailer has made arrangements for rented content to be available on another streaming service.
Panasonic has confirmed that its excellent plasma-based televisions won't be available for sale after March 2014. If you were waiting to get a new TV, now's the best, and close to the last, time you can acquire one of our favorites.
Great for pulling down free over-the-air HD signals, this indoor/outdoor antenna normally sells for $40. And while you're at it, how about some other free stuff?
So far this year, Panasonic's plasma TVs have scored very well in CNET's reviews, so maybe you've decided to buy one. But of the four we've reviewed, how do you know which one's right for you?
The disc-based movie's days may be numbered, but Blu-ray is still the best way to enjoy pristine audio and video. Plus: two bonus deals!
Vudu offers what seems an easy way to get all your DVDs and Blu-rays into the cloud. It does work, but not for all discs, and it comes with surprises.
The retailer's CinemaNow feature can convert your DVDs to digital files from the comfort of your own PC.
The retailer is expanding its Disc-to-Digital service so that consumers can have their DVDs converted without leaving home.
In a lightning-quick press conference today, Panasonic unveiled its 2013 lineup of new high- and midrange TVs, home audio speakers, Blu-ray players, and even bone-conducting headphones.