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Monday, 10 December 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Verizon Plans a DVR That Watches You Back
Alright, let's start with the obvious.  No, nobody watches you back through your TV, no matter what conspiracy theorists say.  Well, the CIA is planning to, but that's not the point.  The point is that Verizon has plans for a DVR that will pack both a camera and a microphone to allow for better targeted advertisements.
Thursday, 06 December 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Redbox Instant Delayed to 2013, Netflix Signs a Major Deal with Disney
Two big pieces of news came in from the world of streaming video delivery, both of which weigh in the favor of Netflix.  Firstly, Redbox Instant has been delayed to the spring of 2013.  The company says that they're still doing private beta tests within the organization and will be conducting a public test of the service in January.  The second bit of news is that Disney has signed a significant deal with Netflix that includes pay-TV window streaming rights to feature films from Disney, Pixar, Marvel and their most recent acquisition – Lucasfilm.
Tuesday, 04 December 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
The RED Redray 4K Cinema Player is Up for Preorder at $1,450
If you're picking up a UHDTV or projector, you're going to want something to watch on it.  Upscaled Blu-rays and TV shows are a start, but for native UHD content, you don't have a lot of choices.  The folks at RED, better known for their cameras, have announced the new Redray player, which is capable of playing back 4K video files, and of handling HFR 3D – the same tech being used in theaters for screenings of 'The Hobbit.'
Friday, 30 November 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Support Page Leak Reveals Redbox Instant Subscription Details and Price
Redbox Instant has been one of the big question marks in world of streaming video and some details have finally been revealed.  The folks at GigaOm dug around in Redbox and came upon a support page for the service that shows a $6/mo price for unlimited streaming with an option to rent four DVDs a month for $2 more.  There's no word yet on what the plan is regarding Blu-ray rentals.
Thursday, 29 November 2012 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Redbox Expands Live Event Ticket Kiosks
It's long been speculated that Redbox would add movie tickets to its kiosks, but that's not what's happening here.  Instead, Redbox is offering tickets to live events. Initially this idea was tested in Philidelphia, but now it's being rolled out to Los Angeles area Redbox kiosks.
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