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Redbox Instant by Verizon launches for Windows 8 but only Nokia...

We sort of get excited here when apps get released for Windows 8 devices. Maybe it's because of the rarity of such occasions or...

‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ streaming free today on Redbox

Redbox Instant by Verizon launched to the public back in March, providing both rented and subscription-based streaming of movies much like Netflix and Amazon Instant...

Warner Bros. launches niche service streaming classic films & TV shows

Want to be successful on the internet these days? Try a niche. Warner Bros. has just done that with the launch of Archive Instant,...

Review: Redbox Instant streaming video service

Redbox Instant Video recently opened to the public in beta mode, so we'd thought we try out the streaming service and see how it...

Redbox Instant Streaming Available To Public **UPDATED**

As of today, the beta testing of Redbox Instant by Verizon ends and the public roll-out of the service begins... and it's a lot like Netflix's approach in its early stages.

Redbox Instant streaming beta coming to Xbox 360

Look out Netflix. Xbox 360 owners will soon be able to stream video from Redbox Instant by Verizon. Existing Redbox customers will be getting...

Warner Bros. Relents On Rental Release Delay Window

Having stood firm against the 56-day window, Redbox took a risk and won. Their kiosks will now get Warner Bros. DVD and Blu-ray discs 28-days after the sale date

Redbox testing streaming product

Redbox may be predicting the future of physical media is uncertain or even doomed. The company, which became famous for $1 DVD rentals at...

Verizon & Redbox to partner in movie rentals

Sometime this year Verizon and Coinstar (Redbox) will partner to offer customers additional options when they rent videos. Although details such as pricing were not provided, the partnership would allow customers to pay one fee to access movies on several platforms -- including physical and digital. The LLC (in which Verizon will own 65% and Redbox 35%), will leverage on Redbox's 35,000 kiosks and Verizon's online video-on-demand services.