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Cheap movies rentals are making yet another debut through yet another startup. Time reports on a new service that will stream new releases for $2 a pop. iTunes, look out. The media world keeps churning. Read more on Time »
Cheap Internet TV service is making inroads into viewers' homes. USA Today reports on three online TV services -- Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix -- and offers a quick rundown on pricing, library of titles, Read more on USA Today »
Netflix is hot to stream, according to The New York Times. If you're willing to go along, you can subscribe to the company's film library and stream to your heart's content for less than the monthly... Read more on The New York Times »
You do the math: stream movies through any number of devices you probably have at home, courtesy of Netflix, or continue renting and buying. Which is cheaper? See how WalletPop calculates the bottom... Read more on Wallet Pop »