Blockbuster's set-top box delivers movies to your TV via the Internet, but it's limited by a small selection and subpar interface.
2Wire debuts a thin-client box for Internet-delivered video--with specific programming providers to be named later.
While it falls short of competing options from Vudu, Apple, and Roku, the 2Wire Blockbuster OnDemand box offers basic on-demand movie streaming at an attractive price.
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Blockbuster streaming will be added to several lines of Samsung TVs, Blu-ray players, and home theater systems in the fall of 2009.
Blockbuster is bringing its streaming service to TiVo. But as Don Reisinger argues, it's too little, too late.
Blockbuster's video-on-demand service will be available on most standalone TiVo DVRs in the second half of 2009.
As big Hollywood studios and TV networks put more of their content online, ditching expensive subscription TV services is quickly becoming more realistic. But how?
Movie rental chain announces partnership to offer instant access to its video library through various home and portable devices.
The video rental company will use 2Wire's MediaPoint hardware to go head-to-head with Netflix, Apple TV, Vudu, and others.
Blockbuster is late to the set-top box film space. And as Don Reisinger points out, it's being late that has made Blockbuster trail competitors.