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05.02.2008

iTunes It was only a matter of time but Apple recently announced that as of yesterday, their mega-popular iTunes would be providing movie downloads on the same day that the titles are released on DVD. They've managed to get pretty much every studio on board, making agreements with Fox, Disney, Warner Bros., Paramount, Universal, Sony, Lionsgate, Image and First Look, so expect to be able to download all the latest, greatest (and not so greatest) releases. Titles available this week include JUNO, I AM LEGEND and AMERICAN GANSTER. New titles will retail for $14.99 and catalog titles for $9.99. And, of course, you'll be able to download these to your spiffy new iPod Touch and/or iPod classic if you haven't gotten with the times. Get more details over HERE.

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Extra Tidbit: iTunes was introduced by Apple on January 9, 2001 at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco.
Source: Reuters

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11:32PM on 05/02/2008
Eh, I don't know why anyone would want to buy a movie just to play it on a 2.5 inch screen. I might consider renting something off iTunes, but not buying.
Eh, I don't know why anyone would want to buy a movie just to play it on a 2.5 inch screen. I might consider renting something off iTunes, but not buying.
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4:44PM on 05/02/2008

Still Not Sure

I have an iPod Touch right now and I have a couple of movies on here. I will consider buying more if they increase the storage capacity on the device AND improve the battery life. If you watch something like AVP-R on the thing with the full brightness setting (since the movie scenes themselves are horrifically dark) it drains the battery so you have less than half left. If they improve those, then maybe I'll consider going the digital movie route. Until then, I will stick with DVDs or
I have an iPod Touch right now and I have a couple of movies on here. I will consider buying more if they increase the storage capacity on the device AND improve the battery life. If you watch something like AVP-R on the thing with the full brightness setting (since the movie scenes themselves are horrifically dark) it drains the battery so you have less than half left. If they improve those, then maybe I'll consider going the digital movie route. Until then, I will stick with DVDs or Blu-Ray.
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4:35PM on 05/02/2008

Unless...

...your in Australia, in which case you can't get shit all videos on iTunes.
...your in Australia, in which case you can't get shit all videos on iTunes.
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