Blu-ray

  • CrunchDeals: Laugh It Up Fuzzball: The Family Guy Trilogy

    The Family Guy adaptation of Star Wars is perhaps Seth MacFarlane’s greatest┬ácontribution┬áto humanity — and the Blu-ray release is on sale at Amazon for only $20. Seriously, can you think of a better way to spend $20? The Star Wars Space Slug Oven Mitt, you say. Okay, well played. Besides that must-have kitchen accessory the Blu-ray set is a great way to spend a twenty spot. Read More

  • Sony Wins Case Against LG. LG Ordered To Pay

    Sony has won their case against LG. The more than 300,000 PS3’s that were seized will be returned to Sony. Also, all future shipments into Europe will continue without any issues. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: A Memorex Blu-Ray Player For $84


    Always wanted to get behind an obsoleting optical standard? Don’t want to buy a PS3? Here’s your chance to get a sub-$100 Blu-Ray player from Woot! Read More

  • With Injunction, LG Temporarily Stops European PS3 Imports

    The feud between Korea’s LG and Japan’s Sony has just hotted up. LG has won a preliminary injunction against Sony in Europe, the result of which is the temporary banning of the importation of PS3s into the continent. LG says Sony infringed on a number of its patents, specifically with regard to Blu-ray playback. Hence, the preliminary injunction. Read More

  • Unstoppable Is The First Blu-Ray Release With Android Compatible Bonus Disc

    Android has been unstoppable this week — they’re railing the competition. That momentum isn’t expected to slow, especially since the Blu-ray release of Unstoppable comes with a digital version for Android. Who knows what took so long, but we’re glad it’s here. Read More

  • LG: The PS3 Infringes On Our Patents, So We Want It Banned

    What exciting times we live in, what with word that Sony has plans to subpoena a boatload of Web sites and individuals in an attempt to track down the members of fail0verflow and other PS3 hackers. Good luck with that. But wait, what’s this? Now LG wants to ban the sale of PS3s here in the US of A because of a patent dispute? In the words of Scott Hall, two sweet! Read More

  • The Star Wars Re-Release: Much We Have To Learn

    As we saw teased before CES, the Star Wars Trilogy (along with those other ones) is indeed to be re-released on Blu-Ray in September (you can pre-order now). The fan relationship with this franchise is perhaps the most complicated one in the entertainment world, for various reasons, and while I have no doubt that the new release will see millions of sales, it’s a legitimate question to… Read More

  • 12 Days of Christmas: Blu-Ray Player and a Redbox Subscription

    Grab ringside seats to the death of optical media with one of three new Blu-ray players complete with 1 year of free Redbox rentals. The folks at Redbox, who are running some other kind of concurrent Blu-Ray promotion, want their business model to remain vaguely viable for at least the next few years so they want to ensure that you and yours are enjoying fine Blu-ray entertainment as… Read More

  • Sharp Shows Super-Slim 3D Blu-ray Player

    Those Android 3D handsets aren’t the only 3D devices Sharp announced today. The company also showed [JP] the BD-HP90 today, a 3D Blu-ray player that’s just 35mm thick. Needless to say, this makes the device the thinnest of its kind. Read More

  • Panasonic Announces More Affordable BDXL Blu-ray Recorder


    In case you always wanted to get one of those Blu-ray recorders that allow you to store up to 100GB of content on a single BDXL disc but were put off by the high prices for these devices so far, Panasonic might have announced [JP] the right device for you today. Apart from the BDXL compatibility, the DMR-BR585 also offers a built-in 320GB HDD. Read More

  • Pioneer Announces Another Two 3D Blu-Ray Players

    The 3D boom knows no end. Pioneer Japan today announced [JP] two Blu-ray players supporting 3D content, the BDP-LX54 (pictured above) as the high-end model, and the BDP-430. Apart from Blu-ray discs, the players are also compatible to the following formats: DivX HD, MKV, WMV, MP3, WMA, and JPEG. Read More

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