Such films as "Pulp Fiction," "Good Will Hunting," and "The English Patient" are now available to users of Amazon's streaming video service.
The studio says many of its top films, including "Pulp Fiction," "The Aviator," and "Chocolat," will be available to customers in the U.K. and Ireland.
An online video publishing company called Ooyala offers a new way to watch movies. By partnering with a major Hollywood studio, it plans to turn Facebook into a social entertainment hub.
Top Gear joins Doctor Who on Facebook this week, with a new app that lets you watch the long-running car show on your computer.
The film studio says its movies, including "Pulp Fiction" and "Good Will Hunting," will be coming to Hulu Plus subscribers. It will also offer some movies on the free Hulu service.
The streaming service will now have access to "Pulp Fiction," "Scream," and other prominent films from the Miramax catalog of titles.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Miramax and Netflix are close to signing a $100 million deal to stream the studio's movies via the video rental service.
Apple adds video from AOL brands like Huffington Post and partners like ESPN, with longer original series and movies from Miramax in the pipeline -- all free, with ads.
Up to 1,000 of RIM's BlackBerry PlayBooks are recalled, Netflix scoops up films from Miramax, and Sony finally starts to relaunch the PlayStation Network but not without glitches.
Films from Miramax premiere in Facebook, Fusion Garage's Grid 10 gets a date and a $200 price cut, and Gowalla announces version 4.0 of its app that focuses on stories and guides.