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Thor: Ragnarok Comes Home In February!

Thor: Ragnorak – the first outright comedy in the Marvel cinematic Universe – is coming to home video beginning on February 20th with Digital HD and 4K Ultra HD™ and Movies Anywhere and 4K Ultra HD™ and Blu-ray™ on March 6. Bonus Features...Show More Summary

Behind Titanic Replica's Delay: Movie Didn't Say It Was So Big

The Titanic will float again—it just won't sail anywhere. NPR checks in on the progress being made in China on a full-scale replica of the Titanic that's being built hundreds of miles from the ocean. An infomercial played at the site touts an Aug. 30, 2017, completion date (and...

Ventev Mobile Brings Fast Wireless Charging to CES

It just got easier to watch movies in bed, charge your laptop in your car, and bring a wireless charger anywhere. That’s the official word today from Ventev Mobile, the maker of premium mobile accessories. The company will feature its...Show More Summary

How to Watch Your DVDs on Stream Media

2 weeks agoTechnology : Fromdev

It's normal for people to watch movies or TV shows on stream media. Besides, portable devices also make it more convenient for people to watch videos anytime, anywhere. However, what if you have a huge collection of DVDs and still want to watch them on stream media or digital devices?  The DVD player is out of date for this era. Show More Summary

If You Could go Anywhere for the Holidays, Where Would you Go? I’d go [REDACTED]

There is almost no travel experience as pleasurable as walking home from dinner on a street out of a movie when the only footsteps echoing are your own. The post If You Could go Anywhere for the Holidays, Where Would you Go? I’d go [REDACTED] appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Movies purchased via Google Play have extra content in Movies Anywhere

Get ready for more behind-the-scenes and bloopers. When Movies Anywhere launched this past October, it came as a true godsend for those with extensive digital libraries sprawled across multiple platforms. Being able to store and watch...Show More Summary

Man Accused Of Fleeing Scene Of Accident, Then Parking To Watch A Movie In His Car

Sounds like this guy was getting a head start on all the movie watching he'll be doing once he no longer has a license to go anywhere.

How to rip and digitize your Blu-ray collection

Freed from their plastic prisons, your Blu-ray movies can follow you to any device, anywhere, while looking and sounding as pristine as ever. We've already covered how to digitize your DVDs, but their high-def cousins need a little extra help — and often, a lot more time. Show More Summary

How to turn your physical movies into digital for Movies Anywhere

Though your DVD or Blu-ray may not have come with a digital download code, you can still turn some of those discs into digital to watch on any device! Since the launch of Movies Anywhere, I've been happily watching my Amazon purchases on Apple TV and my iTunes purchases on my Amazon Echo Show. Show More Summary

If Microsoft doesn't embrace 'Movies Anywhere' then its Movies & TV service is dead

Without joining the digital locker service Movies Anywhere Microsoft gives little reason for consumers to buy movies through the Windows Store. Microsoft is cutting back in areas where it doesn't stand a chance, but doubling down in areas where it thinks its ahead of the curve. Show More Summary

MoviePass Altered Its Terms Of Service In A Key Way

Knowing that a movie ticket can cost anywhere from $7.50 to $14 depending on where you live, the MoviePass membership can pay for itself with two trips to the theater per month. Anything over that is money saved. At least, for now.

All I See Is You Goes Nowhere

3 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

It spins its wheels stylishly but doesn’t go anywhere. by Eric D. Snider "W hat is this movie about?” That’s what I jotted down at the halfway point (awfully late for the question to still be necessary) of All I See Is You, a psychological...Show More Summary

Movies Anywhere: What It Is and Why You Need It

If you’ve been staying abreast of cordcutting news, you’ll know that cinema-goers were given a boost in mid-2017 thanks to the relaunch of the movie ticket subscription service MoviePass. Now film aficionados have another option for feeding their addiction in the shape of Movies Anywhere. Show More Summary

Common Movies Anywhere problems and how to fix them

Movies Anywhere is a new and growing service, and it isn't anywhere near perfect yet. Here are the issues and bugs with Movies Anywhere and how to deal with them. Movies Anywhere is a service that allows you to get all your digital movies from participating studios on the major platforms. Show More Summary

How to transfer DVD and Blu-ray movies to iTunes using Vudu and Movies Anywhere

Wish you could easily convert your DVD or Blu-ray collection to iTunes-compatible digital copies without ripping or DRM hassles? Now you can with Vudu's Disc to Digital program and the new Movies Anywhere service. AppleInsider shows you how it's done.

How to add your UltraViolet movies to Movies Anywhere

If you have a bunch of movies sitting in your UltraViolet account, you can still add them to Movies Anywhere, but you need a Vudu account. Movies Anywhere is Disney's recent attempt to merge all of those digital movie services where you purchase content into one place. Show More Summary

Movies Anywhere

Movies Anywhere gathers your movies from Vudu, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and Blu-ray download codes into one streaming app. The app is available on iOS, Android, Roku and Chromecast devices. It works with Disney, 20th Century Fox, Universal and Warner Bros. films.

Amazon is offering $50 of Google Play credit for only $45 [DEAL]

3 months agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

You can grab a $50 Google Play Gift Card for only $45. Pretty good deal if you're looking to pick up some movies to take advantage of Movies Anywhere.

Tip: Convert physical Blu-ray and DVD discs to iTunes with Vudu and Movies Anywhere

The expansion of Movies Anywhere to new studios and services has, in a roundabout way, enabled a new capability: You can now scan physical DVDs and Blu-rays that you own, and for a small fee convert them into authentic, legitimate iTunes Store purchases. AppleInsider explains how to do it.

Movies Anywhere: Everything you need to know (FAQ) - CNET

The new service links together iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and Vudu, but how does it all work? We've got you covered.

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