Did Netflix Finally Kill the Video Store?

I was surprised to read the news that the last Blockbuster stores were finally closing. I was only surprised because I was under the impression that except for a few stray stores here and there that Blockbuster had been completely done for some time.

Blockbuster may join the online streaming game

It looks like Blockbuster wants to turn up the heat on Netflix and will be launching its own branded streaming service soon.

Industry reacts warily to Netflix revolution

Remember going to the video store and browsing, only to find the movie you wanted was sold out? What about the insane late fees, remember that?

Blockbuster becomes Bankrupster, restructuring in process

The once high-flying video rental chain has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a move that for years has been seen as nothing but inevitable.

Did the Internet kill Blockbuster?

Blockbuster has fought valiantly in recent years to defend itself against threats from online contenders such as Netflix, Hulu and YouTube. But now it seems as if the industry heavyweight is getting ready to throw in the proverbial towel.

Blockbuster adds video games to DVD-by-mail program

While rival Netflix appears to be trying to move away from its once-core rental-by-mail service, Blockbuster is ramping up its efforts, becoming the first major player to offer both video games and movies from one centralized online account.

Buy an Xbox 360 game, get a bag of pot for free

Smoke 'em if you got 'em! And who has them? Well, not us, obviously. But a child of four in Britain does. 

Blockbuster to be first to offer movies AND games by mail?

Netflix is the king of DVD-by-mail and GameFly has a monopoly on the games-by-mail market, but what will happen if Blockbuster becomes the first to do both?

Sprint shifts into Overdrive with 4G mobile broadband

Sprint has confirmed plans to expand its 4G mobile broadband service to several major cities during 2010, including Boston, Denver, New York and San Francisco.