Movie rental chain announces partnership to offer instant access to its video library through various home and portable devices.
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.
The video rental company will use 2Wire's MediaPoint hardware to go head-to-head with Netflix, Apple TV, Vudu, and others.
Sony hasn't made an official statement yet, but Don Reisinger believes the Playstation 4 won't have Blu-ray. Will Sony have something to say about that?
Alan Citron, a former journalist who most recently headed AOL's celebrity gossip outlet, will join the pop culture-centric social site as head of "special projects."
Now that Netflix has inked a deal with Microsoft, Don Reisinger thinks Blockbuster is out of options. But does Blockbuster have something up its sleeve?
Now that the deal between Blockbuster and Circuit City has fallen through, Don Reisinger examines what's next for these companies.
Hewlett-Packard discloses the price and release window for its MediaSmart Connect digital media adapter.
RCA's broadband video box delivers a promising combination of Akimbo and Movielink video content, but slow download speeds and potentially expensive pay-per-view pricing limit its appeal.
Chairman and CEO James Keyes unveils an in-store kiosk he hopes consumers will use to download movies.