Redbox Stories August 11, 2014

9to5Toys Last Call: Automatic driving assistant for iOS $80, Belkin iPad Air keyboard case $37, LG 50″ LED HDTV $450, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals:

Last Call updates:

iPad deals:

MacBook Air deals:

Get a free Redbox game and movie rental

Other new deals:

  • New! Mountek nGroove Snap 2 car mount for smartphones & tablets $19 (orig. $40)
  • New! Games/Apps: CARROT Alarm FREE, Turtle Beach headsets $35+, iOS freebies, more
  • New! Daily Deals: Mophie iPhone Juice Pack: $39, 4′ MFi Lightning cable: $8, more
  • New! Urge Basics Sound Brick Bluetooth speaker $30 (Reg. up to $70)
  • New! Home Deals: Up to 50% off name brand vacuums, up to 70% off at JCPenney, more
  • New! Lenovo IdeaPad 11.6-Inch Touchscreen Chromebook $300 shipped (Reg. $330+)

More tech deals still alive:


New products/ongoing promos:

Android/Microsoft/misc tech:

Redbox Stories December 19, 2012

Verizon and Redbox confirmed on the official Redbox Instant Twitter account that the new unlimited streaming service is rolling out gradually starting today. The $8-per-month Netflix competitor will provide unlimited streaming and four physical DVD or Blu-ray rentals ($9 a month for Blu-ray) and will be available through the browser as well as mobile apps. A Redbox Instant by Verizon iOS app for iPhone and iPad is already available on the App Store. There is also a free one-month trial included.

It is unclear what kind of content deals are in place for streaming, but we do know the service will offer content from Warner Bros., and EPIX.

If you’re interested in taking advantage of the service today, you’ll have to sign up for the private beta on the Redbox Instant website.

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Redbox Stories February 6, 2012

Analyst: Apple could use ‘iTV’ moniker for HDTV, partner with carriers for programming

Apple’s rumored HDTV might be called the iTV, according to a new report from Bloomberg citing Jefferies & Co. analyst Peter Misek. In a note to clients this morning, Misek also claimed Apple might buy licenses for programming through possible partnerships with Verizon and AT&T and could “leverage content into a YouTube-like model” by taking […]

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