Posts Tagged ‘DVD’

If you bought a PC with a DVD drive between 2003 and 2008, you can claim $10 per drive following a class action lawsuit in which it has been deemed that a number of DVD drive manufacturers colluded in order to ensure prices stayed high.

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Netflix has launched a new iPhone app called ‘DVD Netflix’ to let users manage their DVD and Blu-ray physical disc queue on the go.

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Steve Jobs movie’s DVD, Blu-ray and digital HD release gets a confirmed release date. The movie is about the talismanic Apple co-founder starring Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet.

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Here’s how you can play and watch DVD video movies on your Windows 10 PC for free, without paying Microsoft $15 for it.

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You can now download the official Windows DVD Player app for Windows 10 directly from Microsoft. It’s paid for new users and free for those upgrading from Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate, or Windows 8/8.1 with Media Center Pack or Pro Pack installed.

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How To Play DVD On Windows 8 PCs

By | December 20th, 2012

Windows has been the most popular desktop operating system for years, and by the looks of it, will continue to be so, despite the fact that Windows 8 had raised a lot of eyebrows over its rather bizarre feature set. I have expressed my liking for the Redmond giant’s latest iteration of the operating system, but even someone like me can’t help but question some of the obscure choices that Microsoft made while designing Windows 8.

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Hardcore fans of The Dark Knight trilogy of Batman films by Christopher Nolan will be happy to know that the Blu-ray release of the latest (and last) entry in the series – The Dark Knight Rises – has been officially detailed and confirmed. Details are available after the jump.

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Back in the DVD golden age, I can remember having a difficult decision to make, regarding DVDs of course and their dreaded players. DVDs were brand new tech (I’m showing my age again, aren’t I?) and wanting to be at the front of the technological curve, I wanted to get my hands on a DVD player. Problem was, I knew those little plastic platters had a new-fangled region lock on them, and I didn’t like it.

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