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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Signs Deal To Bring Redbox Instant Service To Live

    Xbox Live already has numerous apps that allow you to access on-demand and streaming movies and television programming. Soon, it will have one more -- Verizon's new Redbox Instant service. Currently, Redbox Instant is in a public beta, which you can access on the official site. According to Microsoft... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Cable Providers To Offer Video Game Streaming Services

    According to Bloomberg.com , companies like Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Verizon may begin experimenting with video game streaming services as early as next year. "Trials of cloud-gaming services are likely to start later this year so carriers can test and tweak the technology before wider deployments... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Bringing Comcast, Syfy, HBO, and More to Xbox Live

    After months of rumors , Microsoft has finally announced its official plans for bringing a wide selection of cable and broadcast television programming to Xbox Live. Major Nelson, the official Xbox blogger, just posted a long list of entertainment partners that have signed on to bring programming to... More
  • Blog Post: Bloomberg: Xbox Live Set To Add For-Pay Comcast And Verizon Cable Programming

    The news service Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft is set to pull off a major coup in its efforts to make the Xbox 360 a one-stop home entertainment hub. According to a story posted today, Xbox Live is readying agreements with Comcast, Verizon, and other cable TV providers to bring live for-pay TV... More
  • Blog Post: Report: 360 Getting Cable TV Later This Fall?

    Microsoft may be in talks with cable companies to transform the 360 gaming console into a cable box. The news comes via a post at Digiday that went up yesterday, which cites multiple unnamed sources regarding conversations that the media giant is having with both Comcast and Verizon FiOS. The same reports... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Reveals Xperia Play Specs, Service Provider

    Sony held the Sony Ericsson's MWC 2011 press event today, where they finally revealed the long-rumored PlayStation-inspired phone. Labeled the Xperia Play, the device utilizes Google's Android Gingerbread platform, is "PlayStation certified," and is on the Verizon Network. "This... More
  • Blog Post: It’s Finally Real: Verizon Has Its Own iPhone 4

    It’s been a long road filled with many rumors, but today, Verizon announced that it will bring Apple’s iPhone 4 over to its network beginning in February. Verizon ’s pricing is comparable to AT&T – you can own a 16GB Verizon iPhone for $199, or for $299 take home the 32GB... More
  • Blog Post: Verizon Getting The iPhone?

    When the iPhone launched back in 2007, it came with a caveat: If you wanted one of the devices, you had to go through AT&T. Since then, customers have griped about dropped calls, poor reception, and the lack of alternative options. That's about to change next week, if the Wall Street Journal's... More
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