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VUDU will stream in HD on Boxee Box

October 28, 2010 |

In November, VUDU content will stream on the Boxee platform for both Mac and PC users, as well as the Boxee Box by D-Link. VUDU’s movie titles can be rented for $2 for two nights, and the software will be available as a free download from for Windows, Mac and Linux-based computers. Read More

Toshiba announces Blu-ray players that stream Netflix & Blockbuster

June 2, 2010 | 2

Former Blu-ray rival Toshiba has officially announced availability of two reasonably priced Blu-ray Disc players. The BDX2500 ($179.99) and BDX2700 ($249.99) include Wi-Fi, 7.1 channel audio, 24 frames-per-second, and compatibility with Netflix and Blockbuster On Demand. Read More

People who shop at Wal-Mart watch Vudu

February 22, 2010 |

vudu-xl-boxRetail behemoth Wal-Mart aquired Vudu, Inc. today in a deal with terms undisclosed. Vudu, the struggling HD streaming service that was on the verge of extinction, had attempted to lure gadget freaks, movie-lovers and general consumers to its service by way of a pricy ($400) set-top box that really never caught on and spelled certain doom for the company as other, less-exclusive services, simply made alliances to be carried by myriad HD hardware manufacturers. Even after ditching the receiver box concept, the combined competition from the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Boxee, meant that Vudu was never quite able to mainstream itself. Read More

Look out Netflix, Walmart is getting Vudu

February 22, 2010 |

vudu-logo-on-blackRetail giant Wal-Mart will now enter the internet movie delivery world currently dominated by Netflix, by purchasing Santa Clara, CA based Vudu within the next couple weeks. With the acquisition, Wal-Mart will now be in direct competition with Netflix who offers movies by mail, internet on PCs, and streaming to your HDTV. Read More

VUDU expands service to HDTVs and BD players

January 12, 2010 |

vudu_logo_400pxVUDU announced it will expand its streaming services this year to select HDTVs and Blu-ray players from LG, Mitsubishi, Samsung, SANYO, Sharp, Toshiba and VIZIO. LG was the first to offer VUDU on HDTVs last year, and this year 32 models from the company will be VUDU ready. Read More

LG BD390 BD player adds VUDU HD

September 10, 2009 | 2

The LG BD390 Blu-ray Disc player will add streaming HD service from VUDU later this month, via a free automatic upgrade. The new service allows BD390 owners to buy or rent movies and TV shows from VUDU’s HD library. Read More

LG first to bring VUDU to HDTVs

July 29, 2009 |

LG Electronics has announced VUDU integration on their LH50 1080p LCD series and PS80 Plasma 1080p series televisions. The labeled “NetCast Entertainment Access” will begin next month, allowing viewers to buy or rent from VUDU’s library of over 2,000 high-definition movies. Read More

VUDU gets Disney/Buena Vista titles in HD

June 4, 2009 |

VUDU announced it now offers movie titles in high definition from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment/Buena Vista Home Entertainment. This will be a first for Disney, with over 60 HD titles now available for download-to-own in VUDU’s HDX format. Read More

VUDU now selling HD movies

February 25, 2009 | 3

VUDU is now selling hi-def content, saying it’s the first to do so among on-demand providers. The HD movies can be downloaded to the VUDU 1080p Internet Movie Player for between $13.99 and $23.99. The list will start with 50 titles available in HD from independent studios FirstLook, Kino, and Magnolia. Read More

Vudu surpasses all HD VOD offerings

November 10, 2008 | 3

Vudu’s HD VOD library has reached 1,100 titles, surpassing any other cable or satellite’s HD VOD offerings. (Comcast now offers just over 1000.) The company added approximately 150 high-definition titles per week in October and began offering 65 titles in 1080p, the highest resolution currently available. Read More

Vudu ups HD content with 1080p quality

October 3, 2008 |

The set-top box that offers a library of movies via internet connection has now added high-definition content in 1080p. VUDU revealed yesterday its new HDX format which is supposed to rival other internet HD quality formats. However, due to its superior quality and resulting larger file size, the format is available for download only. Read More

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