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Netflix to only stream movies in the future

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I knew this was going to happen. This is why I chose the Xbox360 over the PS3.  Xbox360 offered Netflix streaming.  If you haven’t noticed yet, the future of media will all be streamed.  Movies and TV will go from the big screens to YOUR screen. Meaning any screen on any type of tech you want them on.  No more physical media.  The only thing physical will be the device you watch it on.  Sure PS3 has Blu-Ray.  But high res streaming is getting better and better.

The internet is getting faster and people are getting what they want, when they want, wherever they are.  I predict that Blu-Ray will be another media to die out.  And the article about Netflix stopping their mail distribution service, from Information Week, only makes that prediction even more possible.

I’m very happy Netflix is taking this step into the future.  No more scrathed DVDs coming to your door and sending it back just to wait for another scratched DVD.  But also, this will help the enviroment just a little bit.

Roku reveals first Netflix set-top-box

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After a mildly uncomfortable wait, the very first Netflix set-top-box has landed (the Xbox 360 with plug-ins notwithstanding). Thanks to Roku, users can finally tap into the Netflix browse instant library without having to wait for physical discs to arrive. All access for just $99.99 and the $8.95 month or higher membership fees for the traditional service. Read On

GameFly Now Barters for Your Games

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GameFly Now Barters for Your Games

So if any of you have yet to sign up to GameFly’s services yet (The Netflix of video games), maybe now would be the time do so if you have some games to trade in. Out of nowhere and without any announcements via email or anything, a new tab has appeared in GameFly’s navigation simply named Trade-In. Read On

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