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Walmart Challenges Amazon Prime with Its Own $50/Year Shipping Service

Except when treating employees like garbage, Walmart isn’t much of a trendsetter. Now, the mega huge big box store may be continuing its “me too” tradition according to a new report from The Information and the Associated Press, saying Walmart is working on a shipping service to rival Amazon Prime for $50 per year. »5/13/15 4:49pm5/13/15 4:49pm

Walmart's For-Pay Blu-ray Ripping Is Now Slightly Less Annoying, Still Way Overpriced

If you're looking to convert DVDs and BluRay discs to a digital format and want it to be easy, but not too easy, and definitely not free, Walmart has the service for you. They're automating their Disc-to-Digital service so you can get UltraViolet versions of movies you've already bought. »1/07/13 11:51am1/07/13 11:51am

Video-On-Demand: A Complete Guide to All the TV and Movie Downloading Services

Stop watching movies and TV shows according to Hollywood's schedule! With video-on-demand, you can watch TV whenever you want, wherever you want, and you don't even have to remember to program a box to record it. Here's MaximumPC's take on the major online VOD services available today. »5/11/11 10:00am5/11/11 10:00am

Boxee Getting Vudu Streaming HD Movie Rentals

The D-Link Boxee Box (in addition to Boxee clients for PC and Mac) will offer HD movie rentals when it lands in living rooms in coming weeks, courtesy of a new partnership with Vudu. Vudu's full HD rentals—1080p, Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 Surround Sound—cost 2 bucks a pop for two nights of viewing. Not a bad service to… »10/28/10 10:39am10/28/10 10:39am

Vudu Streaming Goes Live on LG BD390, With Added (Rotten) Tomatoes

Vudu promised its 1080p a la carte streaming movie service would be coming to the LG BD390 Blu-ray player by the end of last month, making LG's connected box just about the best on the market. Well, it's a little late, but it's here, and it brings with it some new goodies: namely, Rotten Tomatoes integration. »10/13/09 9:27am10/13/09 9:27am